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Brian Reynolds, chief market strategist at Rosenblatt Securities, explains that investors have reasons to be positive as the Fed "changed the way they view the world last week".
John Wraith, fixed income strategist at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, discusses the U.K. economy and the lack of recovery momentum despite positive GDP expectations.
David Burchell, senior lecturer, School of Humanities and Languages at the University of Western Sydney, says the Australian Labor Party elected Kevin Rudd in order to "minimize the scale of the loss" at the next elections.
Charles Dallara, chairman of the Americas at Partners Group AG, questions the sustainability of the housing recovery as rising interest rates could impact mortgages.
Seth Merrin, CEO of Liquidnet, describes the current bond market as "the most unloved in history" and warns that investors staying in bond funds will lose money.
Lord Norman Lamont, former Chancellor of the Exchequer, discusses the upcoming U.K. spending review and the state of the British economy.
Eugene Ludwig, founder and CEO of Promontory Financial Group, talks about too big to fail banks and says the U.S. is "very close" to getting a "system to resolve the largest institutions".
CNBC's Matt Taylor, reports from Australia where the Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, has called for a leadership ballot to put an end to threats to her position.
Jonathan Larsen, global head of retail banking at Citi, discusses consumer banking in Asia and how the digitization of financial services is transforming banking.
Bob Parker, senior advisor at Credit Suisse, talks about the ECB and Draghi and says they are concerned that the euro zone will have remained in recession in the current quarter.
Michael Purves, chief global strategist at Weeden & Co., explains how in the coming year, equities are likely to range higher but in a volatile way and argues that the next "incremental easer" will be the ECB.
Richard Clarida, executive vice president and global strategic advisor at Pimco, discusses how the bond market is "recalibrating", and trading will remain "sloppy" so long as Fed continues with "this kind of communication".
Charles Beazley, CEO of Nikko Asset Management, talks about how the tapering discussion has been received in Japan and how retail investors have not changed their long term thinking.
Olli Rehn, the European Commission's economic chief, says the euro zone now has to finalise its banking union and insure better access to financing for SMEs and discusses France's fiscal target.
John Studzinski, senior managing director at Blackstone, explains Chinese companies' international investment strategy and why the new government is "a real class act".
Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, says near-term treasury bonds, gold and equity markets are very oversold and they can rebound for the next 10 days or even the next month.
Olli Rehn, the European Commission's economic chief, says there is a "fair chance" that an agreement on a banking union will be reached quickly and highlights the "unacceptable" level of youth unemployment.
Jim O'Neill, former chairman at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, explains that Chinese policymakers are trying to engineer "better-quality growth" at the expense of "quantity growth."
Mark Sebastian, chief operating officer at Option Pit Mentoring and Consulting, describes the current situation in which bonds and equities are correlating as "weird" and advises holding cash.
What should investors do with equity markets at record highs? Here is a recap of trade tips from today.