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Peter Oppenheimer of Goldman Sachs says Wednesday's U.S. GDP data was "distorted" by weather conditions, but growth will pick up in Q2.
Goldman Sachs' Peter Oppenheimer agrees that April's euro zone inflation data is a good sign for equity investors, and expects economic activity to pick up with the impact of asset purchasing by the ECB.
Toca Boca makes digital toys. CEO, Bjorn Jeffery says that what sets it apart is making digital toys rather than games and steering away from competition and gender-based products.
With many airlines reporting results on Thursday, John Strickland, director at JLS Consulting, talks about Airbus and says many companies are only seeing limited benefits from the fall in the oil price.
In Birmingham, UK, CNBC's Wilfred Frost talks about the latest results from the U.K. pre-election polls.
Henry Dixon, portfolio manager at GLG, says that after the disappointing U.S. GDP results, it was interesting that the bond market sold off quite aggressively.
Tony Dwyer, equity strategist at Canaccord Genuity, says he agrees that investors are fearful of the upcoming U.S. GDP data.
Erin Lash, senior equity analyst of consumer packaged goods at Morningstar, says factors including commodity cost headwinds have impacted Kraft earnings.
How are investors positioning themselves ahead of U.S. GDP data? Boris Schlossberg, managing director at BK Asset Management, weighs in.
Thomas Harr, global head of FICC research at Danske Bank, says the latest policy decision by Sweden's Riksbank is an "interesting move."
Nathan Harding, CEO and co-founder of Ekso Bionics, says the company has produced what is essentially a wearable robot that helps retrain anyone to walk.
Andrew Hilton, director of CSFI, says that having talked to City professionals, an overwhelming amount admit that they would vote to stay in the euro zone.
Arndt Ellinghorst, head of automotive research at ISI Group, says that Volkswagen's chairman, Ferdinand Piech, has done a "great job," but now it's time for a change at Volkswagen.
Charles Diebel, head of macro strategy at Aviva Investors, says that if policymakers are "embracing the unconventional", the European Central Bank will continue to buy bonds.
Neil Campling, partner at Aviate Global, talks about the recent Apple earnings and whether the growth is sustainable.
Ranjith Gopinathan, program manager of life sciences and healthcare practice at Frost & Sullivan, shares his forecasts for Pfizer and Merck earnings.
As riots continue in Baltimore, NBC News' Darcy Spencer reports on the latest.
Shari Olefson, director of The Carnegie Group, says there's no question that we'll see a rise in U.S. home prices at a slow, but steady, rate.
Ursula Morgenstern, CEO of Atos UK, says the company has seen more investment from their clients in technology, especially after the U.K.'s economic recovery.
Discussing a possible "Brexit," Suzanne Evans, deputy chairman of UKIP party, says that you don't have to be in a political union with the European Union to trade with it.
Carolin Roth is co-anchor for Worldwide Exchange and based in London. Fluent in both German and English, she was previously CNBC's correspondent in Zurich.
Wilfred Frost is co-anchor for Worldwide Exchange, joining CNBC in 2014.
Seema Mody is co-anchor for Worldwide Exchange, having joined CNBC in July 2011 as a reporter focusing on market-moving stories that impact Wall Street.