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Luca Cordero Di Montezemolo, outgoing Ferrari chairman, talks to CNBC about his 23 years at Ferrari and the progress the company has made since he first started working there.
European shares closed sharply lower on Thursday, after a press conference by ECB President Mario Draghi left investors wanting more details about its asset purchase program.
Thomas Seidl, senior research analyst for European insurance at Sanford Bernstein, discusses the change of management at Pimco's mother company - Allianz - and what to expect from Pimco.
Fredrik Nerbrand, head of global asset allocation at HSBC, and Jeremy Stretch, head of foreign exchange strategy at CIBC, discuss the latest ECB meeting and euro zone inflation expectations.
Russian President Putin pledged Russia would continue to develop as an open market - but stop using the US dollar for trade.
Russia will definitely not impose controls to stop the flow of money out of the country, its Minister of Economic Development told CNBC on Thursday.
Sarbjit Nahal, head of thematic investment strategy at BofA Merrill Lynch, talks about global pandemics and discusses investment strategies.
European shares closed lower on Wednesday, with investors reacting to fresh economic data from the euro zone and the U.S., and looking ahead to Thursday's ECB meeting.
BMW is "fully hedged" against the falling euro says Ian Robertson, head of sales and marketing at BMW, adding that the weaker currency should not affect the group's 2014 performance.
Bob Parker, senior advisor at Credit Suisse, says the ECB will have to take a more "aggressive" approach going forward as demand for credit remains weak and spare capacity is "very significant".
David Cameron said a re-elected Conservative government would raise the threshold for the country's 40 percent rate of income tax
Russia’s first post-sanctions budget suggested the Kremlin is more hopeful than most about the country’s economy.
The Hong Kong protests are "unsettling" for businesses, says Anson Chan, former Hong Kong chief secretary, adding that the international community should be more involved.
European shares closed broadly higher on Tuesday, as investors focused on key data from the euro zone rather than the geopolitical risk posed by the protests in Hong Kong.
Anson Chan, former Hong Kong chief secretary, says the Hong Kong authorities' response to the protests is surprising, and that this crisis is entirely "of the government's making".
Phyllis Papadavid, senior global foreign exchange strategist at BNP Paribas, says the latest euro zone inflation data "confirms" that investors should short the euro against a range of G10 currencies.
Riccardo Ronco, head of technical analysis at Aviate Global, charts the recent performance of the dollar index and the CCI commodity index and says most commodities face another downside.
European shares closed down on Monday, with disappointing data weighing on sentiment and protests in Hong Kong affecting some financial firms with exposure to the region.
Sajid Javid and Nadhim Zahawi, U.K. members of Parliament for the Conservative Party, comment on George Osborne's economic plan.
Andy Brough, fund manager at Schroders, says there is "more pain to come" for the U.K. construction sector after Balfour Beatty issued its third profit warning in a year.