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European shares opened lower on Monday as the partial government shutdown in the U.S. continues.
Jessica Ground, UK equities fund manager at Schroders, and Sean Corrigan, chief investment strategist at Diapason Commodities Management discuss the U.K. housing market and the politics behind the pick-up in the industry.
Eleni Papoula, analyst at Berenberg, says that emerging markets are important for European banks' revenues but emerging Latin America is preferred over emerging Europe.
Fabrice Bregier, CEO of Airbus, says that it was the quality of Airbus's aircraft and not the grounding of the rival Dreamliner from Boeing, that led to the deal with Japan Airlines
Guglielmo Miani, CEO of Larusmiani, discusses the reasons why domestic consumption in Italy is dropping and Italians are going abroad for shopping.
Carlo Carnevale, professor at Bocconi University, says that despite criticism of a lack of competitiveness, Italian products are still in strong demand around the world.
Sean Corrigan, chief investment strategist at Diapason Commodities Management and Karsten Schroeder, CEO of Amplitude Capital, discuss the different interests holding back a debt ceiling resolution in the U.S.
Michael Leister, senior rate strategist at Commerzbank, discusses the bond market amid political threats to bond investment from the debt ceiling debate.
Airbus' first jet order from Japan Airlines, worth some $9.5 billion, marks the company's entrance into a market dominated by Boeing.
Adam Schwarz, founding partner of the Asia Group, discusses the political and economic impact of U.S. President Barack Obama's absence from the APEC summit.
Carsten Raun, director of London Oktoberfest, talks about the U.K. version of the German beer festival.
Bjorn Lomborg, Editor of "How much have global problems cost the world?", discusses his new book and how the Second World War, climate change and other population change have affected the world.
Spain's Economy Ministry admitted that a typing error had boosted the country's public debt forecast by 10 billion euros ($13.6 billion).
European shares opened lower on Friday as the partial government shutdown in the U.S. continues into a fourth day.
Simon Cook, CEO of DFJ Esprit, discusses whether U.S. start-ups have an advantage over their European counterparts.
Jacopo Barigazzi, co-founder of Linkiesta, says that it is the "beginning of the end" for Silvio Berlusconi, but he could still be popular with voters.
Robin Bienenstock, senior analyst of European & Latin American telecommunications at Sanford C Bernstein, discusses the moves within the European telecoms sector.
Simona Gambarini, associate director of research at ETF Securities, says that gold buyers are focusing on the possibility of a U.S. government default so everyone is on hold with gold buying.
Alan Capper, head of credit strategy at Lloyds Banking Group, says that forward guidance by central banks is the first step towards stabilizing the economy.
Danat Abdrakhmanov, portfolio manager at Eaton Vance, says rallies in southern periphery bonds are unsustainable and there are opportunities on the short side.
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.