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Analyst at Japan's Credit Suisse Securities, Masahiro Akita says that there's still "potential" for Toyota to overshoot its annual operating profit guidance, due to its extra cost improvements, pricing and new model launches.
CEO of Lundin Petroleum, Ashley Heppenstall says the group will continue to invest in exploration projects despite the oil price decline, as he believes the oil price will turn around eventually.
CEO of Intuit, Brad Smith says having now served 55 million customers globally, the group wants to provide the "lowest cost solution" to file people's taxes easily. To Intuit, filing your taxes via mobile will be a "huge opportunity".
Managing Director of Spiro Sovereign Strategy, Nicholas Spiro says that whilst Spain is doing "relatively well", the overall picture of the euro zone is "fairly grim" as what little growth the euro zone had, is now in danger of being "snuffed out".
Helia Ebrahimi says that despite the drop in U.K. private sector activity, the U.K's economy is "humming along nicely" compared to the euro zone, and is above trend in growth and employment levels.
Nikkei Correspondent at The Nikkei, Makiko Utsuda says the firm aims to double its production capacity of material which is essential in making electrodes, by building a plant just 15 kilometers south of Fukushima.
Former CEO of Apple, John Sculley says that his new business is launching an affordable smartphone called Obi Mobiles, which will bring "great design" and "good marketing" to younger audiences who want low cost smartphones.
Managing Director at Manhattan Place Strategies, Tony Fratto says that typically the U.S. governing system works best when one party controls Congress and the other controls the presidency, but there's "too much bad blood" in this case for negotiating U.S. issues.
Head of Research at Manhattan Venture Partners, Santosh Rao, says he expects a "solid beat" in this quarter's results, with Alibaba's basic fundamentals coming in strong.
Carter Worth, chief market technician at Sterne Agee says the free fall in the oil price has not pushed energy shares to new lows as he thinks the commodity price slump is largely priced into to oil equities.
CFO of Continental AG, Wolfgang Schaefer says that low oil prices encourages more driving and usage, which is "advantageous".
Founder and former CEO of Hailo, Jay Bregman, says that his new venture is in robotics, saying that the combination of humans and robots will help "solve the toughest problems".
John Collison, president & co-founder of Stripe says he welcomes the likes of Apple Pay, arguing they are making online payments more secure as shoppers are now starting to spend a lot more money when using mobile devices to shop.
Cynthia Meng, managing director and head of TMT equity research for Hong Kong and China at Jefferies says Alibaba has huge potential and estimates the group will be selling to 50 percent of the Chinese population in 10 years.
Paul Gait, senior metals and mining research analyst at Sanford Bernstein says Glencore's focus is now on all the base metals and its lack of iron ore differentiates the group from its peers.
President at Traderaudio.com, Ben Lichtenstein, says jobs numbers out this Friday could be a "catalyst" to seeing the "new higher highs" in the markets.
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.
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".
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.
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".
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