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Moritz Kraemer, chief sovereign rating officer at Standard & Poor's (S&P), tells CNBC that the euro zone has been working on rebalancing its economy, but that "much more needs to be done".
Peter Dixon, senior economist at Commerzbank, explains that the latest services PMI highlights that U.K. growth will slow and that there is still a"¿long way to go" before the unemployment target is reached.
Andrew Sentance, senior economic adviser at PwC, discusses what to expect from U.K. Chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement.
Robert Wood, chief UK economist at Berenberg Bank, says UK Chancellor George Osborne will only give away small concessions in his Autumn Statement.
Andrew Leung, founder of Andrew Leung International COnsultants, comments on David Cameron's visit to China and how the U.K. can benefit from the latest Chinese reforms.
Diana Choyleva, head of macroeconomic research at Lombard Street Research, and Jonathan Fenby, managing director of the China team at Trusted Sources, discuss the U.K.'s political visit to China.
Martin Ruhs, senior researcher at the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society at Oxford University, discusses the U.K.'s immigration policy and how it's looking at reducing access to the welfare state.
Jason O'Connell, research director at Boston Private Bank & Trust and George Tsapouris, investment strategist at Coutts, discuss U.K. and U.S. consumption as the holiday shopping season has started.
Bryan Roberts, retail insights director at Kantar Retail, talks about the U.K.'s Black Friday and Cyber Monday and says the former should bring spending forward "rather than being incremental."
Philip Shaw, chief economist at Investec, tells CNBC that while the U.K. recovery is becoming broader-based, it's "no time for being complacent."
Katja Hall, chief policy director at CBI, says medium-sized businesses contribute significantly to jobs and growth.
Alan Capper, head of credit strategy at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking, discusses the China-U.K. economic relationship.
Chinese state-backed investors are eying a stake in one of the domestically focused U.K. banks, and have hired lawyers at Norton Rose Fulbright in London to examine their options for gaining a foothold in the U.K. market, sources have told CNBC.
David Cameron arrives in China on Monday with the biggest trade mission in recent Sino-British history. CNBC's China correspondent Eunice Yoon has more.
The U.K. city of Birmingham is the fastest growing destination for Brits over the Christmas and New Year period, according to travel website Expedia.
Angela Knight, chief executive of Energy U.K., responds to the news that a cap may be imposed on the prices U.K. energy providers can charge. Knight says only a fraction of the price is within the control of energy companies.
James Knightley, U.K. economist at ING Wholesale Banking, says that the housing market is "on course for an ongoing improvement" and that the impact of the Funding for Lending scheme changes will be minimal.
Emran Mian, director of the Social Market Foundation, discusses the EU migration debate in the U.K.
Xavier Rolet, CEO of the London Stock Exchange, says he will be joining U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron on a trade trip to China and sees an opportunity to 'sell Britain' to Chinese businesses.
Ray Boulger, senior technical manager at John Charcol, discusses what impact the U.K.'s Funding for Lending scheme will have on the housing market and the economy.