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European shares closed sharply higher on Friday after the U.S. monthly jobs report showed the economy adding 321,000 jobs in November, exceeding expectations.
A weaker currency and liquidity from the ECB could help European growth catch up with the U.S., says Nick Nelson, head of global equity strategy at UBS.
Greece's privatization drive has been a bright spark for its economy. Paschalis Bouchoris, chief executive officer of the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund, discusses.
The U.S.'s latest non-farm payrolls report cements the fact that the economy has very "strong trend growth", which is likely to have continued in December, says Nomura's Jens Nordvig.
The collapse of Israel's government is keeping investors on edge, but the drop in the shekel could be a positive for exporters says CNBC's Hadley Gamble.
European closed lower on Thursday after the President of the European Central Bank (ECB), Mario Draghi, said the bank would assess monetary policy "next year".
Yra Harris of Praxis Trading says he¿ll be eyeing the euro-yen trade following the ECB's latest policy announcement.
Putin blames everyone else for Russia's problems, including speculators and the West in general, says Timothy Ash, head of emerging markets research at Standard Bank.
After the ECB meeting, Bill O'Neill from UBS Wealth Management gives his take on why the ECB is hesitating over QE.
Spiralling inflation and the declining value of the ruble have already hit Russia's economy – and now prostitutes in one town are hiking their rates.
The Russian President accused the Western powers of "pure cynicism" in Ukraine in a key speech to his country, as its economy worsens.
Following the U.K.'s Autumn Statement, Business Secretary of State Vince Cable asserts that the British economy is the fastest-growing in the Western world. He adds that concerns about the U.K. deficit are exaggerated.
The U.K. "can't do too much on innovation" to boost its economy at the moment, says John Cridland, the director-general of the Confederation of British Industry lobbying group. He believes the U.K. could go for a "bolder approach" with its R&D tax credit.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's decision to fire his finance minister.
Gold is treated both as a "monetary asset" and a "jewellery item", which can complicate the price and drive volatility says Nitesh Shah, associate director at ETF Securities.
Falling oil prices can only benefit the EU consumer, and to say Europe needs inflation is "complete and utter nonsense", says Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital.
European shares closed higher on Tuesday.
The South Stream pipeline deal is not yet "dead" and the European Union could yet revive it, says Chris Weafer, a founding partner at Macro Advisory.
Piraeus signing a deal with Cosco Pacific is significant to Greece as it symbolizes its "strategic partnership" with China, says Miltiadis Varvitsiotis, Greece's minister of shipping and the Aegean.
Chris Weafer, senior partner at Macro Advisory Limited, offers analysis on rumors that Royal Dutch Shell is set to bid on BP.