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Alex Koagne, banking analyst at Natixis Securities, says that BNP Paribas' announcement that it would continue to pay dividends is a good signal to investors and discusses the bank's U.S. activities.
Daniele Antonucci, European economist at Morgan Stanley, comments on the latest euro zone data and says that there seems to be a "growth rotation" towards reformist economies such as Spain.
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Scott Shellady, CEO of Bull Reef Brokerage and TJM Investments, says that despite it being a four-day week due to the July 4th U.S. holiday, there will be enough data "to surprise".
Katie Stockton, chief technical strategist at BTIG, says there is "very little reason to be bearish right now" and discusses the outlook for crude oil.
Former News of the World editor, Andy Coulson will face retrial on several charges which could potentially leave News Corp vulnerable to corporate charges, CNBC's Catherine Boyle reports.
Janet Henry, chief European economist at HSBC, says the latest euro zone inflation data show that inflation for the bloc is still lower than expected and comments on ECB action.
Brian Caplen, editor at The Banker Magazine, discusses global banks and explains why Chinese banks top the magazine's Top Wold Banks rankings and why no euro zone bank figures in the top 10.
Guy Grainger, U.K. CEO at Jones Lang LaSalle, comments on the latest U.K. mortgage approval data and on the outlook for the country and London's real estate market.
Christian Keller, economist at Barclays, says that due to improved U.S. and global growth in the second half of the year, returns from emerging markets will be harder to achieve.
Todd Horwitz, author and founder at AverageJoeOptions.com, says U.S. investors "can only go into equities" as money remains cheap and the Fed will continue to "back the market".
Kathleen Smith, principal and co-founder at Renaissance Capital, says the U.S. IPO market is "conservative" at the moment, and discusses rivalry between the Nasdaq and NYSE.
Hugh Grieves, manager at CF Miton U.S. Opportunities Fund, says the U.S. market has been "very complacent", especially on inflation, and discusses the Fed's communication strategy.
Bruno Monteyne, senior analyst for European food retail at Sanford C. Bernstein, says Tesco's management is not dealing well with a changing U.K. food retail environment.
Freya Beamish, economist at Lombard Street Research, says Japan could be forced to take more aggressive policy action to avoid "an actual crisis".
Steven Saywell, global head of foreign exchange strategy at BNP Paribas, comments on the U.K GDP data and says the Bank of England should be the first major bank to hike rates.
Irakli Garibashvili, Georgian prime minister, comments on the free trade agreement between Georgia and the European Union and on Georgia's relations with neighboring Russia.
Pawel Swidlicki, research analyst at Open Europe, discusses David Cameron's opposition to Jean-Claude Juncker becoming the European Commission president and what it means for a possible 'Brexit'.
The Bank of England has always provided its forward guidance "faithfully and consistently" says Mark Carney, governor at the Bank of England, brushing off "unreliable boyfriend" criticism.
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