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Big fans of European investments: CIO

Shaun Port, CIO at Nutmeg, says he's encouraged by the macro backdrop in Europe.

 Q2 was a 'modest miss': Swiss Re CFO

David Cole, CFO of Swiss Re, plays down the comapny's second-quarter earnings, which missed expectations.

Fed hike will hurt EM equities: Strategist

Ramin Nakisa, global asset allocation strategist at UBS, says a Fed interest rate hike will cause pain in both emerging market equities and fixed income.

Expect more listings: Euronext Interim CEO

Jos Dijsselhof, interim CEO and COO of Euronext, says he expects the listings business will do better than last year.

Green shoots in UK housing: Countrywide CEO

Alison Platt, CEO of Countrywide, says he sees encouraging green shoots for the U.K. housing market in the second half.

Americans are 'drinking better': Diageo CEO

Ivan Menezes, CEO of Diageo, says the U.S. market is improving on sales of products like Crown Royal and Bulleit Bourbon.

Europe opens higher on bumper day of earnings

European equities opened higher on Thursday as investors keep an eye on a bumper morning of earnings and remain focused on continuing volatility in China markets.

Migrant crisis holds up UK border crossing

CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports on the migrant crisis hitting the U.K. border.

First consumer mobile growth in years: O2 CEO

Ronan Dunne, CEO of O2, says the company saw the first growth in customer spending on mobile products in years.

EU hiring still recovering: Randstad CEO

Jacques van den Broek, CEO of Randstad, says hiring trends in Europe have not yet recovered.

Africa, Middle East hotel demand soars: CEO

Sebastien Bazin, CEO of Accor, says some of the strongest markets for hotel rooms have been in Africa and the Middle East.

September Fed hike 'still in play'

Manish Singh, strategist and head of investments at Crossbridge Capital, says the U.S. is still on track for a September rate hike.

Expect 'pretty good results' from Shell: Pro

Dan Scott, vice president, investment strategy & research at Credit Suisse, says Shell's downstream business will continue to insulate the company from the slide in its upstream business.

Samsung's semiconductor unit is undervalued: Pro

Nam Hyung Kim, partner at Arete Research, explains why it's time for investors to start focusing on Samsung Electronics' semiconductor division.

Forget A and H-shares, buy Chinese N-shares: Pro

The high valuations of the Chinese e-commerce firms listed in New York are backed up by robust growth rates, says Kevin Carter, founder of The Emerging Markets Internet & E-commerce ETF

Odds of a September rate hike are rising: Pro

The insertion of "some improvement" in the statement shows that the Fed is increasingly confident of meeting its inflation and employment goals, says Richard Iley, chief economist, emerging markets at BNP Paribas.

How dancing could save the planet... Monday, 27 Jul 2015 | 7:00 PM ET
How dancing could save the planet...

Could dancing be a source of clean energy?

Key topics at the Boao Forum for Asia Conference

Greg Medcraft, chairman of Australian Securities and Investment Commission, explains why financial cooperation and digital disruptions are key topics at the Boao Forum for Asia Conference.

Why this analyst is positive on Facebook

Neil Doshi, analyst at Mizuho Securities, explains his positive outlook for Facebook which reported quarterly results that topped analyst estimates on Wednesday.

Premise: The real-time economic data tracking app

David Soloff, co-founder of Premise, explains how its mobile software tracks economic indicators by monitoring data recorded by local residents over 40 countries across 4 continents.

The good, the bad and the ugly on Wall Street

John Petrides, managing director & portfolio manager at Point View Wealth Management, discusses the plunge in the shares of Facebook, Twitter and Yelp overnight.

What HK can learn from Australia's Fintech space

KC Chan, Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury of the Government of Hong Kong, explains what Hong Kong can learn from Sydney's development in the financial technology (Fintech) industry.

Fed statement was 'incrementally hawkish': Expert

Nizam Idris, MD & head of strategy, fixed income & currencies at Macquarie, says the small tweaks in the Fed's policy statement indicate that the central bank is preparing for a September rate hike.

This expert gives US earnings season a 'C+'

Alan Gayle, senior investment strategist & director of Asset Allocation at RidgeWorth Investments, says the second-quarter earnings season has proceeded "reasonably well" so far.

We have a very defensive Fed: Heller

Robert Heller, former Fed Governor, outlines his expectations for a Fed liftoff and discusses former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan's comments about a bubble in the bond market.

Ex-Australian Fin Min: China FTA is significant

Bob Carr, Former Foreign Minister of Australia, explains why he agrees with Prime Minister Tony Abbott on the importance of Australia's free trade agreement with China.

Playing China stocks? Take a long-term view: Pro

Chris Powers, senior associate at Z-Ben, says China's long-term fundamentals remain intact, with great growth prospects in both the economy and stock markets.

Snapdeal: India's e-commerce in for exponential growth

Kunal Bahl, co-founder & CEO of Snapdeal.com, says India's e-commerce sector hasn't reached its "true potential" yet.

Xiaomi's Barra: We do business differently

Hugo Barra, vice president of international at Xiaomi, believes that the Chinese smartphone maker's unique business model gives it a competitive edge over its rivals.

Xiaomi partners Uber for smartphone delivery

Hugo Barra, vice president of international at Xiaomi, introduces the on-demand delivery scheme it is rolling out with Uber and explains why China's economic slowdown hasn't dampened the company's growth.

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