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Chris Williamson, chief economist at Markit, says the U.K. is "gathering momentum" following the release of manufacturing and industrial output numbers and expects GDP to reach 0.5% in the current quarter.
Alvin Liew, senior economist at United Overseas Bank and Chris Williamson, chief economist at Markit, talk about the Bank of Japan's decision to keep its stimulus program unchanged and the outlook for the country.
Tom Forte, managing director at Telsey Advisory Group, discusses Apple ahead of the Developer's Conference in which the tech giant is expected to unveil new software but no hardware.
Alec Young, global equity strategist at S&P Capital IQ, says the US jobs data was the "goldilocks" number as it was strong enough to allay fears of a soft summer but not so strong to prompt early tapering.
Mike Tyndall, auto analyst at Barclays, explains that the threat of Chinese anti-dumping measures on European imported cars is "not that bad" as a number of car-makers are "localized" in China.
James Walston, professor at the American University of Rome, discusses the low turnout at the Italian local elections and explains why it's positive for the ruling coalition.
Jiong Shao, chief China strategist at Macquarie, says the Chinese economy is "gradually softening" and not "dramatically" slowing like May data suggests and adds that structural reforms are needed.
Nathan Sheets, global head of international economics at Citigroup, says what Japan really needs is structural reforms but that it is unlikely any will be announced until after the elections.
Patrick O'Keefe, director of economic research at CohnReznick and Jim Strugger, derivatives strategist at MKM Partners, discuss U.S. payroll expectations and how the US market is in a "lose-lose" scenario.
Hamdi Ulukaya, CEO of Chobani, says the American dream is "still very alive," as his brand is the best-selling yogurt brand in the U.S.
James Brazier, analyst at IHS Global Insight, Tom Nagorski, executive vice president of Asia Society and Tim Summers, senior consulting fellow for the Asia Program at Chatham House discuss U.S-Sino relations as the Chinese Premier visits his American counterpart.
Pawel Szalamacha, Polish member of parliament from the Law and Justice Party, says the current government is focusing too much on the financial sector and that Poland should not join the euro zone.
Marco Stefanini, CEO and president of Stefanini IT Solutions, talks about the Brazilian economy, the challenges it has overcome and the remaining ones as well as state interference.
Peter Thal Larsen, Asia editor at Reuters Breakingviews, says that the fact that money hasn't left Japan yet is "a paradox" but expects a slow gradual move out of JGBs and Japan in general.
Jane Foley, senior currency strategist at Rabobank, expects the euro to dip slightly but stay in its current range, and explains why the market "got ahead of itself" on its dollar positioning.
James Round, vice president of the LBBW Landesbank Baden - Wurttemberg, discusses the euro and the ongoing court case over the legality of OMTs.
Dan Lewis, energy policy advisor at the Institute of Directors, talks about the U.K.'s shale gas reserves, the need for a better tax and incentive system and the effect it would have on renewables.
Jens Larsen, Chief European economist at RBC, says the ECB is keeping the negative deposit rate for "dramatic" times, and that it will keep its interest rate unchanged.
Geoffrey Yu, FX strategist at UBS, says the British pound is being "supported" and that it's likely to continue to underperform against the dollar but that EUR/GBP may have some more downside.
Fraser Robinson, CEO of Taggstar, explains that his company makes photos interactive by allowing users to add layers to images and how it's monetizing its services.