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European shares closed higher on Monday after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi reiterated that he was willing to do more to stimulate the euro zone economy if necessary.
Markus Kerber, director general at the Federation of German Industries, says that both Germany and Europe are in a "transitional stage", but adds that there will be "an increased growth rate" in Germany at the end of next year.
Juergen Stark, former member of the Executive Board at the European Central Bank, says some council members are "reluctant" to purchase government bonds, and their opinions must be "taken into account".
Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, discusses possible future stimulus measures, saying that sovereign bond purchases are possible if needed.
Michael Green, international CEO at investment firm American Century, talks about how his company puts a chunk of its profits back into supporting medical research in genetically-based diseases.
Roberto Azevêdo, director-general at WTO, talks about the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and how he hopes the "challenges" between countries will be "overcome".
European shares closed flat to lower on Friday, as investors reacted to better-than-expected euro zone growth data and lower oil and metal prices.
Peter Bofinger, member of the German Council of Economic Experts and one of the German Chancellor's "wise men" says that Germany's is not doing its original job of being the economic "powerhouse of the euro area".
A prolonged decline in oil prices should not hurt investment in Brazil's energy sector, and neither should the Petrobras scandal, says Roberto Jaguaribe, the Brazilian ambassador to the UK.
"All corners of our planet" should be able to host the World Cup, but the decisions made today have failed to protect FIFA's "sanctity" says Jerome Champagne, a presidential candidate for the organization.
CNBC talks to four German CEOs about their thoughts on the current state of Germany's economy, prior to release of the third quarter's GDP data.
Europe will have very low GDP growth for years to come, which could be a "great opportunity", says Sodexo CEO Michel Landel.
The conflict between Ukraine and Russia in July and August 2014 could be "ratcheting up again", says Andrew Foxall, director of the the Russia Studies Centre at the Henry Jackson Society.
European shares closed higher on Thursday, even as a further fall in oil prices led to heavy selling in the energy sector.
Louis Gargour, chief investment officer at LNG Capital, discusses whether the time is right to buy corporate bonds.
European shares closed lower on Wednesday with investors shunning banking stocks after regulators announced penalties for the alleged manipulation of foreign exchange markets.
Louis Gargour, chief investment officer of LNG Capital, says Russian President Vladimir Putin's move to start sending tanks towards Ukraine again is "directly related" to his popularity ratings and his need to appear "strong".
Jon Kemp, vice-president of the Science Business Unit of e2V, talks about the European Space Agency's success in landing on a comet, and how the comet provides "real clues", "fossil record" and "material" about the universe.
Martin Wheatley, CEO of the U.K.'s Financial Conduct Authority, says the regulator wants to send a "strong and early message" to banks about unacceptable behavior.
Jan Erik Back, CFO of SEB, talks about his company's relationship with banking regulators, which he describes as "love-hate".