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Arndt Ellinghorst, head of automotive research at ISI Group, comments on European car sales - including in sanctions-hit Russia - and says the future of automobile "will be electric".
Peter Thal Larsen, Asia editor at Reuters Breakingviews, discusses China's debt level and highlights that as most of the debt is held domestically, it is easier for the authorities to sort it out.
Timothy Ash, head of emerging markets research at Standard Bank, says the West and markets are "sleep-walking through the Ukraine crisis" and ignoring the ongoing "full-scale war".
Scott Shellady, CEO of TJM Investments, discusses the U.S. market and says that 10-year Treasurys show that "the man on the street" is not feeling the rally.
Pavle Sabic, financial risk manager at S&P Capital IQ, says that Allergan and Apple were the U.S. leading hedge funds' top buys in the second quarter and reveals who the best performing hedge funds are.
Krishna Vedati, co-founder and CEO of Tynker, explains that the platform introduces programming to children in a fun way and discusses how coding skills are becoming increasingly relevant.
Riccardo Barbieri, chief European economist at Mizuho International, says the lower-than-expected euro zone inflation data is not a "game-changer" and that the ECB could start QE before year-end.
Ken Karmen, president at Mercadien Asset Management, says investors put too much emphasis on "psychological levels" in stocks - like the S&P 500 2,000 level - and that the rally should continue.
Simon Derrick, chief currency strategist at BNY Mellon, says that while geopolitics is starting to have an impact, the recent performance of the euro is "really about the ECB".
Paul Kavanagh, partner and senior market strategist at Killik & Co., discusses Tesco following the group's profit warning and dividend cut.
Andrew Foxall, director of the Russia studies centre at The Henry Jackson Society, says the EU is likely to extend and toughen its Russian sanctions and discusses next week's NATO meeting.
"Obama looks increasingly hesitant" on the ISIS threat after he said in a speech that the West had no strategy to combat the terrorist organization, CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports.
Charles Dumas, director and chief economist at Lombard Street Research, comments on Japan's latest inflation data and says that Abe's structural reforms are making Japan's "basic problems worse".
Jonathan Krinsky, chief market technician at MKM Partners, discusses the S&P 500's recent winning streak and discusses the outlook for the index.
Tom Bergin, European corporate strategy correspondent at Reuters, discusses the short and long-term impacts the explosion at BP's Whiting refinery will have on the group.
Bruno Del Ama, CEO of Global X Funds, says social media is one of the fastest-growing segments in global capital markets and advises how best to invest in the space.
Manuela Mesco, reporter at the Wall Street Journal, discusses the bidding war between Telefonica and Telecom Italia for Vivendi's Brazilian assets and says Vivendi seems to have no preference at the moment.
Tina Fordham, chief global political analyst at Citi, says that investors are right to disregard geopolitics for now but that the world is heading into a "very different environment" that will last "for a long time".
David Rees, emerging markets economist at Capital Economics, discusses the Venezuelan economy and says that President Maduro shows no signs of implementing the reforms that are needed.
Tony Webber, managing director at Webber Quantitative Consulting, discusses Qantas following the release of the group's earnings and says the international business remains "poor".
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