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Karen Tso takes you through the European market open where stocks have come in higher.
Dmitry Chernyshenko, CEO of Sochi 2014, responds to the report that Vladimir Putin was frustrated at the cost and speed of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
Clemens Grafe, chief economist Russia at Goldman Sachs, tells CNBC that the recent slowdown in Russia is domestic.
The combination of the extreme selling over the last few days with quadruple witching -when options expire on the third Friday of June - in the U.S. and the end of the quarter coming up, could lead to market volatility.
Andrei Dubovskov, CEO of MTS, tells CNBC that growth in mobile data usage in Russia is helping fuel growth.
Paul Willcox, senior vice president at Nissan, tells CNBC about their new electronic racing car which will go over 300 km an hour.
David Fass, EMEA CEO of Macquarie Group, tells CNBC it's key to have excellent local partners when investing in markets like Russia.
Andrey Kostin, CEO of VTB, tells CNBC that the bank wants to be more resilient and protected from any of the worst fluctuations of the market.
Charles Robertson, global chief economist at Renaissance Capital, tells CNBC that 2015 is going to be pretty dreadful as there is always a second double dip after a big crash.
Helge Lund, CEO of Statoil, tells CNBC that US shale has been a revolution but people have underestimated the decline in existing oil fields around the world.
Alisher Usmanov, founder of USM Holdings, tells CNBC that those who have sold down positions in Apple either have short money or are limited in waiting for the company's maturity.
Ruben Aganbegyan, CEO of Otkritie Financial Corporation, tells CNBC that there is value in Russia, in innovation and IT and Russian debt numbers have a lot of room for leverage.
Gene Ludwig, chairman at the Promontory Financial Group, tells CNBC that we can¿t live in a world that has excess stimulus forever, for the Fed to signal change is a good thing.
Marcus Wallenberg, chairman of SEB bank, tells CNBC that Europe needs investments to get going and in a number of industries you see over capacity at the moment.
Klaus Mangold, chairman of TUI, tells CNBC that companies want to have clarity when it comes to big investments and the Russian government needs to deliver this.
Karen Tso take you through the European market open, where stocks have come in sharply lower.
Baroness Kramer, member of the parliamentary commission on banking standards, and Brooks Newmark, Conservative MP, discuss UK banking standards
Frans Van Houton, CEO of Royal Philips, tells CNBC that he is focused on innovation, entrepreneurism and going for growth in the growth markets.
Mark Haefele, global head of investment at UBS Wealth Management, tells CNBC that despite volatility, a bet that has worked very well is betting where you see that the central bank has got your back
Mark Haefele, global head of investment at UBS Wealth Management, tells CNBC that Ben Bernanke is married to economic recovery so his decision on when to end stimulus is going to be data dependent.
Cutmore anchors CNBC’s flagship "Squawk Box" in EMEA; the three-hour show bookends the opening of European equity markets.
Based in London, Tso co-anchors CNBC flagship show in EMEA, Squawk Box, a show that sets the news agenda every trading day.
Sedgwick co-anchors CNBC's flagship program "Squawk Box" (Europe) and is also CNBC's OPEC reporter covering major meetings.