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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.
Leaving the European Union will not harm U.K. businesses says Nigel Farage, leader of the U.K. Independence Party, arguing that most trade bodies are wrong on the issue.
The U.K.'s current strategy against ISIS is not thought-through says Nigel Farage, leader of the U.K. Independence Party, arguing that the West should work with Middle Eastern partners.
European stocks managed to consolidate slim gains on Friday afternoon after a heavy selloff in the previous session, while the German Dax index finished lower with a sharp drop for the insurance company Allianz.
Mark Haefele, global chief investment officer at UBS, says that the divergent central banks' policies will add volatility this fall and discusses how best to trade ECB action.
Jane Foley, senior currency strategist at Rabobank, looks at the euro and ECB policy and says that an even weaker euro "depends on the dollar".
Simon Ballard, head of credit strategy at National Australia Bank and Tom Elliott, partner and co-founder of Macro Advisory Partners, discuss the market reaction to Bill Gross's departure from PIMCO.
Jyrki Tervonen, CFO at Hennes & Mauritz, discusses the group's disappointing sales in September and comments on the online strategy.
European shares closed lower on Thursday afternoon, as the head of the Bank of England warned that the time for raising interest rates from record lows was nearing.
Former ECB economist and president of the Center for Financial Studies at Goethe University, Otmar Issing, says the concerns about the ECB's voting rotation scheme are "exaggerated".
Russian courts could get the green light to seize foreign assets on Russian territory under a draft law.
Sales of post-war art broke records in the first half of 2014. Katharine Arnold, associate director at Christie's, tells CNBC. She discusses the latest trends in the market.
European shares closed up on Wednesday, after wavering throughout the day, as weak economic data from Germany fuelled ECB stimulus hopes.
Valentin Marinov, director of foreign exchange strategy at Citi, says the euro is lower due to the market focusing on the upcoming ECB meeting and on expectations of quantitative easing.
Tax and social law reforms are the most important changes to implement in France, says Pierre Gattaz, president of MEDEF, adding that French people are "ready" for them.
The economy has "got to be changed" says U.K. Labour leader Ed Miliband, arguing that ir currently doesn't work for most people.
Moritz Kraemer, chief rating officer for sovereign ratings at Standard & Poor's, says that the rise of euro-skepticism in Germany could mean the government hardens its stance.
European shares closed lower on Tuesday, after weak economic data weighed on sentiment and new tax rules in the U.S. hit the pharmaceutical sector.