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  • Auto Sales: No slowdown for now   Monday, 3 Nov 2014 | 5:40 AM ET
    Auto Sales: No slowdown for now

    CNBC's Phil Lebeau says no one is expecting a "slowdown" in auto sales until at least late 2015, and October's US total is expected to be about 16.4 million.

  • US Mid-terms: Republicans & the economy   Monday, 3 Nov 2014 | 5:35 AM ET
    US Mid-terms: Republicans & the economy

    Republican Analyst at Former McCain - Palin Campaign Aide, Boris Epshteyn says that one of the top agenda items for the Republicans is to "continue the strong economic trends" by bringing "calm to the markets".

  • Dollar/Yen long term could go above 120: Pro   Monday, 3 Nov 2014 | 5:30 AM ET
    Dollar/Yen long term could go above 120: Pro

    Head of Global Technical Strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, MacNeil Curry says that the dollar's "very strong bull trend" and the yen being in a "sizeable bear trend", will result in a "significant upside" for the dollar/yen's long-term trajectory.

  • Don't fear rising rates. Embrace them: strategist

    Chief strategist at Stansberry Research, Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, says that while there will be "imminent" rising rates in 2015 by the U.S. Federal Reserve, "rising rate environments" are actually "great for the stock market".

  • Oil oversupply is not significant: Economist   Monday, 3 Nov 2014 | 4:50 AM ET
    Oil oversupply is not significant: Economist

    Philippe Dauba-Pantanacce, senior economist for Turkey, Middle East and North Africa at Standard Chartered Bank is bullish on oil prices and claims data shows there is no real oversupply.

  • UK manufacturing bounces back: Markit   Monday, 3 Nov 2014 | 4:30 AM ET
    UK manufacturing bounces back: Markit

    Rob Dobson, senior economist at Markit says it is too early to say that U.K. manufacturing is off its lows, but the data beat expectations and looks positive.

  • Chinese home sales are rebounding: Analyst   Monday, 3 Nov 2014 | 4:20 AM ET
    Chinese home sales are booming: Analyst

    Rafael Halpin, head of quantitative research at China Confidential, says despite a rebound in China home sales, prices have not picked up.

  • HSBC is 'reassuringly expensive': Killik & Co   Monday, 3 Nov 2014 | 4:00 AM ET
    HSBC is 'reassuringly expensive': Killik & Co

    Paul Kavanagh, partner and senior market strategist at Killik & Co, says the market is trying to look for the good in HSBC's third-quarter results, adding that the bank's share price is "reassuringly expensive".

  • QE will be 'waiting on the sidelines'   Friday, 31 Oct 2014 | 5:55 AM ET
    QE will be 'waiting on the sidelines'

    Founder of Averagejoeoptions.com, Todd Horwitz, says that the Fed are "standing right in the sidelines" in case markets show "any sign of weakness."

  • Mobileiron 'executing well' in mobile sector: CEO

    President and CEO of Mobileiron, Bob Tinker, says that they are "executing well" in the mobile management and security segment.

  • US Politics is 'tremendously polarized'   Friday, 31 Oct 2014 | 5:40 AM ET
    US Politics is 'tremendously polarized'

    Chief economic correspondent for POLITICO, Ben White, says the U.S. midterm vote will not be "the kind of election that clarifies everything", causing further polarization during 2016 campaign.

  • Mid-term elections: 'Recipe for change'   Friday, 31 Oct 2014 | 5:35 AM ET
    Mid-term elections: 'Recipe for change'

    American Enterprise Institute's James Pethokoukis says there's a 70 percent chance of the Republicans taking the senate thanks to U.S. President Barack Obama's low approval rating.

  • Oil giants to curtail capital plans?   Friday, 31 Oct 2014 | 5:25 AM ET
    Oil giants to curtail capital plans?

    President & CEO of Stephenson & Company Capital Management, John Stephenson, expects some oil giants to "announce some curtailment of capital plans" today.

  • 'Huge amplification' from Bank of Japan move   Friday, 31 Oct 2014 | 5:00 AM ET
    'Huge amplification' from Bank of Japan move

    Founder of Gavekal Draganomics and Reuters' New York Times Columnist, Anatole Kaletsky, says that the Bank of Japan's move was a "huge amplification" to the central banks worldwide, but is still "bearish" due to Japan's future tax increase.

  • Fed's message was 'catalyst' for rally: expert   Thursday, 30 Oct 2014 | 5:50 AM ET
    Fed's message was 'catalyst' for rally: expert

    Global Head of Forex Strategy at Nomura Securities International, Jens Nordvig, says the Fed's message was a "catalyst" for the rally to start again in some forex moves.

  • Chinese interest in Smart Ship 'exploding'   Thursday, 30 Oct 2014 | 5:20 AM ET
    Chinese interest in Smart Ship 'exploding'

    Chairman & CEO Royal Caribbean Cruises, Richard Fain, says the line is "going after the new Chinese customer" as the market's interest is now "exploding" for their product.

  • We are pleased with Ireland's recovery: Danske Bank CFO

    Henrik Ramlau-Hansen, CFO at Danske Bank says he is pleased with the group's strong growth in profits and the developments in the Irish market, which he says are moving in the right direction.

  • Stocks will move higher in next 15 months: Fund manager

    Max King, portfolio manager at Investec Asset Management says the market recent wobble was down to hedge funds de-risking and stocks will continue their upward trend in the next 15 months.

  • Fed coming to end of its experiment: Pro   Wednesday, 29 Oct 2014 | 5:50 AM ET
    Fed coming to end of its experiment: Pro

    Ylan Mui, financial reporter The Washington Post says it's unlikely there will be any surprises from the Federal Reserve's policy statement on Wednesday, but the winding down of QE is still significant.

  • Facebook's acquisitions won't age well: Economist   Wednesday, 29 Oct 2014 | 5:30 AM ET
    Facebook's acquisitions won't age well: Economist

    Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners says that while Facebook's user base is impressive and mobile growth is strong, some of its acquisitions may not age well.

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