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Andrew Burkly, head of institutional portfolio strategy at Oppenheimer & Co., comments on the U.S. earnings season and explains why he expects the cyclical sector to lead growth.
Chris Forsyth, IP/IT partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, discusses the European Parliament's potential data protection reform to be voted on Monday and looks at how it will impact IT and social media firms.
Ed Rogers, CEO and CIO at Rogers Investment Advisors, talks about Japan and how there is "less and less disbelief" regarding Abenomics due to strong economic data.
Marc Ostwald, strategist at Monument Securities, says that the Fed won't start tapering until at least March 2014 as the Fed's dovish majority is "fracturing".
Nick Xanders, head of European equity strategy at BTIG, discusses European equities following results from SAP and Philips and says the increase in the euro is "a big issue".
Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at Sterne Agee, talks about the latest release of the Fed's Beige book and says the U.S. has been "losing momentum since the beginning of the year".
Chris Kotowski, senior research analyst at Oppenheimer & Co, comments on U.S. banking earnings ahead of Morgan Stanley's results and says it's been a "weak quarter in trading".
Simon Greer, CEO of The Nathan Cummings Foundation and Ian Whittaker, media analyst at Liberum Capital, discuss the 21st Century Fox's vote to split Rupert Murdoch's current position as both chairman and CEO.
Miranda Carr, head of China research at NSBO, says that China will have to introduce "destabilising reforms" in the hope that "it pays off in the long term".
Paul Young, founder and master chocolatier at Paul A Young Fine Chocolates, comments on the "massive growth" seen in luxury chocolate products ahead of London's Salon du Chocolat.
Olyvia Kwok, founder of Willstone Management, discusses her company which offer loans against art, by offering up to 50 percent of a piece's estimated price.
Prince Charles argues that the current pensions system's focus on "quarterly capitalism" is becoming "unfit for purpose".
Ben Simpfendorfer, managing director at Silk Road Associates, says that the Chinese economy remains "fundamentally imbalanced" and needs to see a recovery in its light industry.
Charles Dumas, chairman and chief economist at lombard Street Research, explains that U.S. GDP growth for the fourth quarter will be lower than expected due to the shutdown but that he is "bullish" on 2014 growth.
Paul Bulcke, CEO of Nestle, explains that the group expects to achieve its guidance due to a combination of "real internal growth" and "softening" prices.
Marty Mosby, banking analyst at Guggenheim Partners, says that as a "pure player broker-dealer", Goldman Sachs revenues could be under more pressure than at other banks.
George Gonvales, head of U.S. rates strategy at Nomura, discusses the U.S. bond market and points out that the "year started with fiscal crisis and will end with fiscal crisis".
Michael Haynes, CEO of American Precious Metals Exchange, explains that the physical trading for gold has been up recently and that investors have a "longer-term interest".
Brian Gardner, senior vice president and Washington research analyst at Keefe Bruyette & Woods, talks about Treasurys following the announcement of the Congress deal and where they¿re likely to head next.
Paul Kavanagh, chairman and partner at Killik Capital, reacts to the latest U.K retail sales number and highlights that consumer spending is picking up as saving ratios are coming down.