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Michael Purves, chief global strategist at Weeden & Co., says that the risks for the S&P 500 are to the downside after the index closed at a new record high on Friday.
Simon Light, head of property at EC Harris, comments on a report by the consultancy firm on how China could soon surpass the U.S. in total worth of infrastructure and property assets.
Antonio Garcia Pascual, chief southern European economist at Barclays, says Portugal does not have "many choices" and that exports are the key issue as domestic demand growth should remain negative.
George Godber, fund manager at Miton Group, says European banks' earnings will depend on the regulatory regime in individual countries and that U.K. banks offer very limited return to earnings.
Dan Primack, senior editor at Fortune, says the momentum for IPOs is getting stronger because many companies want to come out before tapering starts on fears market will turn bearish.
Daniel Ives, senior analyst at FBR Capital Markets, describes Microsoft's quarterly results as "the worst quarter" in years and says the biggest concern is Windows.
Guy Ryder, director general at ILO, talks to CNBC from the Moscow G20 meeting about employment and the need for the G20 to change course on labor issues.
Angel Gurria, secretary general of the OECD, discusses the potential spill over effect from the Fed's tapering and says the whole world has "a stake" in the U.S. going back to growth.
Angel Gurria, secretary general of the OECD, defends the G20 employment talks and says they are an initial step towards national decisions.
Angel Gurria, secretary general of the OECD, discusses tax avoidance from the Moscow G20 meeting and how countries are now slowly migrating towards an automatic exchange of information.
Steven Englander, global head of G10 FX strategy at Citi, discusses the Japanese yen ahead of the elections in Japan and explains why he expects some weakness.
Henry Dixon, fund manager at Matterley Asset Management, comments on Vodafone's quarterly results, the German weakness and the value of Verizon.
Nicholas Smith, director and strategist at CLSA, discusses the upcoming Japanese upper house elections in which Prime Minister Abe is the favorite and what a win would mean.
Dan Wagner, CEO & founder of Powa Technologies, reacts to Nokia's quarterly earnings and says that the company's smartphone initiative is starting to pay off.
Gerard Cassidy, lead banking analyst at RBC Capital Markets, expects Morgan Stanley to report strength in its equity business as well as higher investment banking fees.
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Larry Fishelson, co-founder & CEO of Dynalink and Mark O'Hare, CEO of Preqin, discuss Dell ahead of a shareholders' vote on a private takeover and what it would mean for the group to go private.
Hugh Grieves, manager at CF Miton US Opportunities fund, says that by discussing tapering, Bernanke has put a stop to the "tremendous" corporate bond market bubble that was building up.
Maurice Levy, CEO of Publicis, comments on the situation in Europe and says the group has raised its guidance on "very strong and positive aspects" within the group.
Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, German MEP at the European Parliament, talks about the German finance minister's visit to Greece and explains why the money he brings won't make much difference.