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European equities closed lower on Monday as U.S. factory data offered a disappointing take on January, and as concerns over a slowdown in China took hold once more.
2013 was a "transformation year" for Bankia says Leopoldo Alvear, CFO at Bankia, as the bank posts profit for the whole year.
The European recovery should benefit from the stress tests on banks, says Vitor Constancio, ECB vice president.
Ben Allen, founder of Oomph and Joe Ludlow, director of impact investment at Nesta, discuss investment opportunities in companies with social purposes.
European equities closed lower on Friday as investor sentiment was weakened by euro zone inflation data that missed expectations.
Guy Peddy, senior analyst for telecoms and media at Macquarie Group, says BT's results were boosted by demand for super-fast broadband, and customers' loyalty.
Philip Tyson, rates strategist at ICAP, says the ECB will be "very concerned" about the latest euro zone inflation figures which are "very close to record lows". He expects "some sort of rate move" by the central bank.
Bill Rhodes, president and CEO of William Rhodes Global Advisors, told CNBC that he had been expecting a selloff in emerging markets ever since the Fed first started tapering.
European equities closed higher on Thursday after data from the U.S. showed the economy expanding in the fourth quarter.
Reinhard Ross, CEO of Infineon Technologies, comments on the group's quarterly earnings and says the "strongest growth momentum" came from the auto sector.
Investors should be "concerned about China" as it's "going through a major change" and its banking system is experiencing a "real difficult time" warns Bill Rhodes, president and CEO at the William Rhodes Global Advisors.
Bill Rhodes, president and CEO at the William Rhodes Global Advisors and author of "Banker to the World", says the turmoil in emerging markets was "a long time coming" and that a lot more tightening will be needed "before we're through."
European equities closed lower on Wednesday, hitting new six-week lows, as global markets awaited a policy announcement by the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Arnaud Gandon, CIO at Heptagon Capital, says that volatility will be a lot higher in 2014 than it was last year bu,t expects corporate spending and M&A activity to pick up.
It's too early for a "serious revision" to Turkish growth expectations, as the national elections will highlight the country's political stability, says Mehmet Simsek, Turkey's finance minister.
Cristian Maggio, senior emerging market strategist at TD Securities, and Elizabeth Corley, CEO at Allianz Global Investors, discuss emerging markets and which one are the most under pressure.
William Mack, equity analyst at S&P Capital IQ Equity Research, explains why he is positive on the luxury goods industry and reveals what his top picks are for the sector.
Richard Perry, analyst at Hantec Markets, charts the recent performance of the Turkish lira relative to the U.S. dollar and discusses where it's expected to go next.
European equities closed the session in positive territory after consumer data and earnings in the U.S. helped to boost sentiment in afternoon trade.
A general in the Egyptian police was killed in a drive-by shooting on Tuesday, reports CNBC's Yousef Gamel El-din, and Adbel Fatah El-Sisi, one of the country's top military generals, is expected to announce his presidential campaign within days.