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Britain's finance minister, George Osborne, says markets are still confident in his austerity policies, despite the Moody's downgrade on Friday.
Designer Laurence Llewelyn Bowen, and Sarah Wyse, head of design at Coutts, tell CNBC why they have created 'Beautiful Boxes', a charitable concept aimed at boosting arts and education.
European shares rose on Friday in a broad-based rally as investors took advantage of the previous session's steep falls to pick up equities on the cheap, though traders cited some caution given weekend elections in Italy.
Nicholas Colas, chief marketing strategist at ConvergEx Group, tells CNBC why the market reaction to some fairly innocuous Fed comments shows just how addicted it is to money.
John Van Reenen, director of Centre for Economic Performance at LSE, tells CNBC why he is in favor of rewards in the financial sector being based on long term success, not short term risk.
Tom Levinson, FX strategist at ING Financial Markets, tells CNBC that uncertainty will surround Italy even after the elections next week, and this will weigh on the euro in the short term.
Roelof van den Akker, senior technical analyst at ING Wholesale Banking, gives CNBC a technical look at whether this market pullback is a one of or the start of a long term trend.
Simon Hayes, chief UK economist at Barclays Capital, tells CNBC that investors should plan for a less volatile market but be braced for significantly lower returns.
Mike Ingram, market analyst at BGC Brokers, tells CNBC that the market is addicted to cheap money and the Fed simply won't try to force it to go cold turkey.
A sharp fall on the Milan stock market hit European shares on Thursday, with uncertainty over this weekend's Italian elections pushing a key euro zone equity index to its lowest level since the start of 2013.
Emmanuel Babeau, CFO of Schneider Electric, tells CNBC why he expects the company to see a return to form in China this year, after 2012 saw negative growth there for the first time in 20 years.
Chris Eagle, global head of FX at Marex Spectron, tells CNBC why he expects to see a stronger dollar in the medium term.
Marcus Ashworth, head of fixed income at Espirito Santo Investment Bank, tells CNBC why this week's market slump was merely a correction after a good run.
Riccardo Ronco, technical analyst at Aviate Global, gives CNBC a technical look at stocks, bonds and ''the great rotation'.
Ton Buchner, CEO of AkzoNobel, tells CNBC why AkzoNobel have responded to a solid 2012 by setting "realistic" targets which reflect a more difficult climate.
Yra Harris, partner at Praxis Trading, tells CNBC why the Italian elections will only be important if there's a surprise result, otherwise continuity will be the order of the day.
Enrico Cucchiani, CEO of Intesa Sanpaolo, tells CNBC that although Mario Draghi has gone above-and-beyond the call of duty as leader of the ECB, it's time for Italy to take control of its reforms.
European shares closed lower on Wednesday following varied earning reports.
Michael Schweitzer, global head of sales and distribution at HSBC, tells CNBC that the daily cost of living is the most significant reason behind a huge shortfall in people's retirement savings.
Bill Blain, senior fixed income partner at Mint Partners, tells CNBC that he questions whether a weaker sterling would actually prompt an increase in UK growth.