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European stocks closed mixed on Wednesday, with worse-than-expected jobs data weighing on the U.K.'s FTSE 100, and investors awaiting the release of the latest minutes from the U.S Federal Reserve.
Virginie Maisonneuve, deputy CIO of PIMCO, says the political instability in Italy could provide a buying opportunity for investors.
DataSift founder Nick Halstead discusses his plans to launch an IPO in a couple of years' time. DataSift aggregates social media data for businesses and Halstead is famed as the founder of Twitter's "retweet" button.
ISS CEO Jeff Gravenhorst talks about the company's IPO announcement. The stock listing would be the second largest Nordic IPO since 2010.
Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, a German member of the European Parliament, says officials should not "threaten" Switzerland regarding its vote to restrict immigration from other European Union countries.
European stocks closed flat on Tuesday, after mixed data from Germany and reports that PSA Peugeot Citroen had finalized a deal with China's Dongfeng.
Hans Redeker, the head of foreign exchange strategy at Morgan Stanley, discusses the threat deflation poses to Europe.
Jon Brager, senior credit analyst at Hermes Fund Managers, says Peugeot's capital hike is an "obvious credit positive".
Mairead Molloy, global director of Berkeley International, discusses the dating industry and the difficulties of finding love online.
William Mack, equity analyst at S&P Capital IQ Equity Research, says the luxury sector in China will see big growth.
Luis da Silva, chief designer at McQueens, talks about why the rose is the most popular flower on Valentine's Day.
European stocks closed higher on Friday with sentiment boosted by better-than-expected growth data from the euro zone, while Italian shares reacted positively to a new prime minister.
Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Bank, says the U.S. Federal Reserve has created a "phony recovery" and will reverse the taper.
Curt Custard, head of global investment solutions at UBS, discusses the outlook for the emerging markets and the countries where investors should be looking.
Marcus Ashworth, head of fixed income at Espirito Santo Investment Bank, says Matteo Renzi is a "doer" and will push through electoral reform in Italy.
European stocks closed lower on Thursday, failing to build on a six-session rally, with investor sentiment curbed by a slew of corporate earnings releases and a political showdown in Italy.
Paolo Scaroni, CEO of ENI, says the company is comfortable growing its dividend and continuing with its share buyback program.
Jim McCormick, head of asset allocation at Barclays, says Europe is showing similarities to Japan of two decades ago, with deflation and tight fiscal policy.
Geoff Andrews, senior lecturer in politics at the Open University, says it's an "illusion" to think that replacing Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta with Matteo Renzi will create a strong government.
Former Ireland rugby player Ronan O'Gara said you need to be competitive because when you're at the top "they like to knock you down."