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Wolfgang Schauble, Germany's finance minister, says the Eurogroup will discuss how euro zone investment projects should be financed.
Geoffrey Yu, foreign exchange strategist at UBS, discusses the Bank of England's monetary policy and how best to trade the sterling.
Mike Ward, global director of content at SCRIP Intelligence, explains why it would be "pretty difficult" for Ebola to spread from West Africa to Western countries.
Poul Thomson, European department active director at the IMF, says the current European policy mix is consistent with accelerating growth, and that the IMF supports the emphasis on structural reforms.
European shares closed sharply lower on Friday, as concerns over global growth and weaker economic data from Germany hit risk sentiment.
Arnaud Gandon, CIO of Heptagon Capital, says there is value in the European equity market due to the weaker euro and the ECB's continued stimulus measures.
The world owes a "debt of gratitude" to central bankers says Angel Gurria, secretary-general of the OECD, adding that it's now time for countries to "go structural" to improve competitiveness and productivity.
Bob Parker, senior advisor at Credit Suisse, says the euro zone is suffering from "extreme economic divergence", and discusses member states' reform progress.
Simon Ballard, head of credit strategy at National Australia Bank, discusses ECB action and what a slowing Germany mean for growth in the euro zone and monetary policy.
The IMF's latest recommendations seem to be the "opposite" of what it had previously advocated, says German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble.
Italian Economy and Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan says Italy has already implemented successful reforms, such those to its pension system. He comments on the government's proposed labor reforms.
ECB President Mario Draghi outlines what is needed for monetary stimulus to be effective, including a healthy banking sector and a clear inflation target.
Europe is "massively" more vulnerable to geopolitical tensions than the U.S. and Japan, argues Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group, adding that the rise of euroscepticism will make the situation more challenging in the future.
Europe is faced with a lack of both supply and demand, says Italian Economy and Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan, adding that Italy's reforms will take time to bear fruit.
Every single euro zone member has some issues to deal with, even Germany, says German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble, adding that "bashing" one another would lead the bloc nowhere.
Europe is on the same path as Japan was on in the 1990s says Larry Summers, professor of economics at Harvard University.
There is a risk of a "new mediocre" setting in, in Europe says David Lipton, first deputy managing director at the IMF. He adds that more should be done at a national level to support the ECB's work.
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Michael O'Sullivan, CIO for U.K. and EMEA at Credit Suisse Private Bank, says the equity market sell-off is quite "standard" and more of a test of the trend rather than a trend reversal.
European shares closed mostly lower on Wednesday, as fears over global growth and the Ebola virus spooked investors.