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James Round, vice president of LBBW Landesbank Baden - Württemberg, says that the European Central Bank could cut rates in December.
Andrew Sentance, former MPC external member and senior economic adviser at PwC, discusses the "knockouts" for a rate hike and whether unemployment is a good indicator for when to increase interest rates.
George Buckley, chief UK economist at Deutsche Bank, says that the Bank of England will most likely raise interest rates towards the end of 2015.
Santosh Rao, head of research at Greencrest and Michael Chasen, founder and CEO of SocialRadar, talk about the Twitter pricing and how shares are likely to perform.
Erik Nielsen, global chief economist at Unicredit, says the ECB has exactly the same tools as the Fed and that the euro strength is "not as dramatic as it appears".
Joerg Schneider, CFO at Munich Re, says the group is resuming its share buyback program because it's in a "very comfortable capital position."
Marc Einstein, industry principal at Frost & Sullivan, says Lenovo has managed to offset its declining PC business -mainly because of China - and discusses upcoming product launches.
Wolfgang Schafer, Continental's CFO, discusses the impact the strong euro had on the group's results and says the European car market is stabilizing, albeit "on low volumes."
Keiko Peters, economist at Deutsche Bank, expects the ECB to keep its policy unchanged but highlights that the central bank is ready to use "all instruments available."
Eileen Burbidge, partner at Passion Capital, says Twitter should use its IPO money to acquire some "advertising tech" and that it¿ll be under scrutiny regarding its international strategy.
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Mark Hamrick, Washington bureau chief at Bankrate, expects Friday's U.S. job report to be "downbeat" and the unemployment rate to be a "statistical aberration" because of the shutdown.
Ron Grover, Los Angeles bureau chief for Reuters, says that while Twenty First Century Fox "spent like crazy", Disney's spending was more subdued and its movie and parks business performed well.
Peter Dixon, senior economist at Commerzbank, says there is "no way we can justify a euro as high" as it is currently due to weak domestic demand and a slight slowdown in Asia.
Alastair McCaig, market strategist at IG, says the "grey market" expects Twitter's shares to reach $44 on the first day of trading due to a "pretty healthy appetite from investors".
Juerg Kiener, CIO at Swiss Asia Capital, talks about the renewed growth in the metals markets as China starts to take "more and more out of the global pie".
Peter Garnry, equity strategist at Saxo Bank, discusses the European earnings season and says it should continue to lag behind the U.S. as domestic demand remains weak.
Randy Warren, CIO at Warren Financial Service, says the volatility index VIX's steady decline indicates that we're in a bull market which he expects to continue into the year-end.
Fabrizio Saccomanni, Italy's minister of economy and finance, says measures are needed to inject liquidity and reduce the euro's strength, and argues that no Italian bank will fail the ECB's stress tests.
Will Guyatt, games correspondent at IGN.com and Eric Handler, managing director for media and entertainment at MKM Partners, discuss expectations for the latest Call of Duty game.