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    SocGen's Bini Smaghi pushes back on suggestion from ECB's

  • Saudi Arabia and China just hit the 'next level' for stra

    Saudi Arabia and China just hit the 'next level' for stra

  • On China, think long-term: Lord Sassoon

    On China, think long-term: Lord Sassoon

  • China should create a 'level playing field,' Ericsson cha

    China should create a 'level playing field,' Ericsson cha

  • OMB Dir. Mulvaney Defends Budget Blueprint That Won’t B

    OMB Dir. Mulvaney Defends Budget Blueprint That Won’t B

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SocGen's Bini Smaghi pushes back on suggestion from ECB's
Europe is fortunate to have Angela Merkel, China is resilient but challenged, the U.S. could get left behind economically and the European Central Bank is unlikely to raise rates before ending its bond-buying program, Societe Generale Chair
Saudi Arabia and China just hit the 'next level' for stra
A days-old agreement between a major Saudi company and one of Chinas largest enterprises represents the next level of strategic collaboration between the two countries, according to the Saudi firms CEO. Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (S
SocGen's Bini Smaghi pushes back on suggestion from ECB's Saudi Arabia and China just hit the 'next level' for stra
‘Inflation has been too low for many years’: Riksbank
Inflation may be edging higher in Sweden; however the countrys central bank still expects inflation levels to remain below its target of 2 percent for a while longer, its governor has explained to CNBC. (Despite Tuesdays data) we do expect
[Euro-dollar may have seen its low: Expert]


BOJ Jan minutes: Members pushed back against rate hike id
Getty Images Bank of Japan board members rejected the notion that the central bank will raise its 10-year government bond yield target in the future to match expected gains in Treasury yields, minutes of their January monetary policy meetin
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Stocks are selling off because of two key reasons
Heres something we havent seen in a while: a 1 percent move down in the SP 500, which hasnt happened since Jan. 30. Whats going on? Volumes remain light, for the most part, so lets not make too much of this at least not yet. Fed-fueled red
[UBS strategist Julian Emanuel sees start of 5 to 10 perce]


Trump's 'big gray cloud' means things will likely get wor
J. Scott Applewhite | AP House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., center, flanked by the committees ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., left, and Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., listens on Capitol Hill in Washington
[Here's the risk Trump's travel ban could pose to jobs, sa]


Markets aren't 'real indicators' for the economy, Spicer
White House spokesman Sean Spicer cautioned people against using stock indexes to evaluate the success of Donald Trumps administration, despite the president having done exactly that. As the Dow Jones industrial average shed about 200 point
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Here's the risk Trump's travel ban could pose to jobs, sa
President Donald Trumps travel and trade policies could pose a risk to American jobs dependent on tourism, Marriott International President and CEO Arne Sorenson told CNBC on Tuesday. Are we in an environment in which folks are saying lets
Here's the risk Trump's travel ban could pose to jobs, sa
With more rate hikes coming, here’s the best way to pay
Matthew Staver | Bloomberg | Getty Images A shopper uses a credit card to pay for her items at a Wal-Mart Supercenter in Denver, Colorado. The cost of borrowing money is going up, so its time to get serious about paying down those unpaid cr
With more rate hikes coming, here’s the best way to pay
Markets aren't 'real indicators' for the economy, Spicer
White House spokesman Sean Spicer cautioned people against using stock indexes to evaluate the success of Donald Trumps administration, despite the president having done exactly that. As the Dow Jones industrial average shed about 200 point
Markets aren't 'real indicators' for the economy, Spicer
‘Inflation has been too low for many years’: Riksbank Australia's central bank warns of growing risks in housin Dollar loses more ground; yen up on safe-haven demand
SocGen's Bini Smaghi pushes back on suggestion from ECB's

Europe is fortunate to have Angela Merkel, China is resilient but challenged, the U.S. could get left behind economically and the European Central Bank is unlikely to raise rates before ending its bond-buying program, Societe Generale Chair

Saudi Arabia and China just hit the 'next level' for stra

A days-old agreement between a major Saudi company and one of Chinas largest enterprises represents the next level of strategic collaboration between the two countries, according to the Saudi firms CEO. Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (S

On China, think long-term: Lord Sassoon

As China continues to talk about opening up its economy, foreign investors keen on doing business there must be patient, cautioned former U.K. Treasury minister Lord James Sassoon. Long-term relationships are key to corporate dealings on th

China should create a 'level playing field,' Ericsson cha

China should provide the same degree of market access to foreign companies as Chinese firms are receiving in other countries, Ericssons chairman told CNBC. Its obvious that if China is to be part of the overall global economy and be able to

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Saudi Arabia and China just hit the 'next level' for stra
A days-old agreement between a major Saudi company and one of Chinas largest enterprises represents the next level of strategic collaboration between the two countries, according to the Saudi firms CEO. Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SFed
Saudi Arabia and China just hit the 'next level' for stra


  • On China, think long-term: Lord Sassoon
    As China continues to talk about opening up its economy, foreign investors keen on doing business there must be patient, cautioned former U.K. Treasury minister Lord James Sassoon. Long-term relationships are key to corporate dealings on thFed

  • China should create a 'level playing field,' Ericsson cha
    China should provide the same degree of market access to foreign companies as Chinese firms are receiving in other countries, Ericssons chairman told CNBC. Its obvious that if China is to be part of the overall global economy and be able toFed

  • OMB Dir. Mulvaney Defends Budget Blueprint That Won’t B
    Kevin Lamarque | Reuters White House Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney speaks about of U.S. President Donald Trumps budget in the briefing room of the White House in Washington, March 16, 2017. President Trumps DirectorFed


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    Aaron P. Bernstein | Reuters Speaker of the House Paul Ryan speaks to the media about the American Health Care Act at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., March 15, 2017. U.S. House Republicans are working on changes to their health-care overhaFed
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    SocGen's Bini Smaghi pushes back on suggestion from ECB's
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    ‘Inflation has been too low for many years’: Riksbank

    Inflation may be edging higher in Sweden; however the countrys central bank still expects inflation levels to remain below its target of 2 percent for a while longer, its governor has explained to CNBC. (Despite Tuesdays data) we do expect

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    Dollar loses more ground; yen up on safe-haven demand
    Philippe Huguen | AFP | Getty Images The dollar dipped to a three-week low against the Japanese yen on Tuesday as concerns about how quickly the Trump administration can implement pro-growth policies pushed stocks lower and kindled safe-hav
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    Stocks are selling off because of two key reasons
    Heres something we havent seen in a while: a 1 percent move down in the SP 500, which hasnt happened since Jan. 30. Whats going on? Volumes remain light, for the most part, so lets not make too much of this at least not yet. Fed-fueled red
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    UBS strategist Julian Emanuel sees start of 5 to 10 perce
    Paul Souders | Digital Vision | Getty Images The stock markets broad-based decline Tuesday is most likely the start of a bigger 5 to 10 percent sell-off, according to Julian Emanuel, UBS equity and derivatives strategist. Stocks swooned Tue
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    'Healthy' pullback an 'attractive buying opportunity,' sa
    Investors shouldnt be spooked by Tuesdays stock market tumble, instead they should look at it as a buying opportunity, experts told CNBC. Stocks posted their worst day of 2017, with the Dow Jones industrial average closing more than 200 poi
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    Trump's 'big gray cloud' means things will likely get wor
    J. Scott Applewhite | AP House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., center, flanked by the committees ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., left, and Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., listens on Capitol Hill in Washington

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    ‘Inflation has been too low for many years’: Riksbank

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    Euro-dollar may have seen its low: Expert

    Prospects for the euro are looking up, with some financial experts forecasting the single currency will recover from its five-year slump. The euro has struggled against the dollar in the last five years, losing lost around 19 percent of its


    Australia's central bank warns of growing risks in housin

    Brendon Thorne | Bloomberg | Getty Images Houses stand by the waterfront as commercial buildings stand in the distance in Sydney, Australia, on Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016. Australias central bank saw growing risks in the nations hot housing m


    BOJ Jan minutes: Members pushed back against rate hike id

    Getty Images Bank of Japan board members rejected the notion that the central bank will raise its 10-year government bond yield target in the future to match expected gains in Treasury yields, minutes of their January monetary policy meetin


    Europe shares close lower as investors focused on U.S. he

    European markets closed lower on Tuesday afternoon as investors saw the U.S. revamping a health care bill to replace Obamacare. Symbol Name Price Change %Change Volume FTSE FTSE 7378.34 -51.47 -0.69% 873158284 DAX DAX 11962.13 --- UNCH 0% 0


    Dollar loses more ground; yen up on safe-haven demand

    Philippe Huguen | AFP | Getty Images The dollar dipped to a three-week low against the Japanese yen on Tuesday as concerns about how quickly the Trump administration can implement pro-growth policies pushed stocks lower and kindled safe-hav


    Stocks are selling off because of two key reasons

    Heres something we havent seen in a while: a 1 percent move down in the SP 500, which hasnt happened since Jan. 30. Whats going on? Volumes remain light, for the most part, so lets not make too much of this at least not yet. Fed-fueled red


    UBS strategist Julian Emanuel sees start of 5 to 10 perce

    Paul Souders | Digital Vision | Getty Images The stock markets broad-based decline Tuesday is most likely the start of a bigger 5 to 10 percent sell-off, according to Julian Emanuel, UBS equity and derivatives strategist. Stocks swooned Tue