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Seth Merrin, CEO of Liquidnet, likens the U.S. Congress to "a bunch of children playing around" and discusses the market implications of a government shutdown.
Annalisa Piazza, senior economist at Newedge, comments on the political turmoil in Italy, where up to 20 senators from Berlusconi's PDL party could resign.
Artur Fischer, co-CEO of Borse Berlin, discusses Italy and highlights that center-right Silvio Berlusconi has always been full of surprises and could have some more "weapons" up his sleeve.
Anthony Hobley, head of climate change at Fulbright Norton Rose, says that if businesses do not adapt to climate change, the crisis faced will make the current one "look like a tea party".
European shares closed down on Friday, as a growing political crisis in Italy weighed on sentiment, combined with continual U.S. debt worries.
Slim Feriani, CEO of Advance Emerging Capital Limited, explains that there are a lot of opportunities in emerging markets at the moment, especially in China, Russia and South Korea.
Lothar Mentel, CIO, Paradigm Group at Tatton Investment Management, says European equities are "quite a risky play" at the moment and they only look cheap because problems are being ignored.
Sharon Bowles, chair of the EU's Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, comments on the U.K.'s challenge to the EU regarding bankers' bonuses cap.
Valentin Marinov, director of FX strategy at Citi, discusses what the risks are for Italy and Greece as political instability returns.
Jyrki Tervonen, CFO at H&M, comments on the company's strong third quarter, how it remains a "small player" in China and therefore has "huge potential" there, and on the group's online strategy.
Nick Hungerford, CEO of Nutmeg, advises investing in medium-sized companies in the U.S., Europe and the U.K., as they are growing "much quicker" than other companies and are driving the recovery.
European shares closed mixed on Thursday, as political uncertainty in Italy weighed against positive U.S. data, which ended five days of losses on Wall Street.
Joachim Nagel, member of the executive board at Deutsche Bundesbank, explains why the Bundesbank is against the use of OMT by the European Central Bank.
Despite the pro-business tone of France's 2014 budget, the country's largest business lobbying group said the proposals presented by the government on Wednesday were a blow for competitiveness, growth and jobs.
European shares closed lower on Wednesday with investor sentiment still subdued as concerns weighed about U.S. borrowing.
Sam Stovall, chief equity strategist at S&P Capital IQ, advises on how to position for a government shutdown and advises how to position.
Olly Burrows, a senior banks analyst at Rabobank, discusses European banking, after a report revealed that the majority of global capital shortfalls comes from Europe.
Andrew Goldberg, global market strategist at JP Morgan Funds, explains the correlation between interest rates and stock prices.
France presented its budget for 2014 introducing far-reaching spending cuts and shifting the tax burden from French businesses to households.
CNBC's Tom Mackenzie recounts U.K. opposition leader Ed Milliband's conference speech, and his plans for the economy should the Labour Party win the next national elections.