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Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 12:18
Francisco Jeronimo, senior research director at IDC, discusses Samsung's new folding smartphone and the competition being brought by Huawei.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 11:55
Fahed Kunwar, banking analyst at Redburn, discusses the U.K. banking sector.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 11:39
John Strickland, director of JLS Consulting, says Air France has lagged behind partner airline KLM when it comes to addressing labor issues that have hit profits.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 11:35
Kevin Boscher, chief investment officer of Brooks Macdonald, discusses global markets.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 11:33
Emma Jones, founder of Enterprise Nation, discusses the impact of Brexit on small businesses.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 11:26
European stocks opened slightly higher Wednesday, amid rising hopes the U.S. and China could soon secure a deal to end their trade dispute.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 11:23
Bruno Monteyne, senior analyst for European food retail at Bernstein, discusses the proposed merger between U.K. supermarket giants Sainsbury's and Asda.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 10:40
Georgios Katrougalos, Greece's minister of foreign affairs, said the country does not need a snap election.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 10:04
Freddie Lait, chief investment officer at Latitude Investment Management, said it was "possible" Apple or another tech company could buy Tesla.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 10:00
CNBC's Silvia Amaro spoke with Kyriakos Mitsotakis, president of Greece's New Democracy party, about the domestic economy.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 09:59
Nancy McKinstry discusses Wolters Kluwer's 2018 earnings report.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 09:20
CNBC's Willem Marx discusses the U.K.'s negotiations with the European Union over Brexit.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 09:20
Freddie Lait, chief investment officer at Latitude Investment Management, discusses Lloyds Bank's earnings.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 08:14
CNBC's Silvia Amaro speaks with Kyriakos Mitsotakis, president of Greece's New Democracy party, about the country's political situation.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 08:08
Diana Amoa, senior fixed income portfolio manager at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, discusses the Federal Reserve's tightening of its quantitative easing program.
Wed. Feb. 20 2019 | 08:07
Kian Salehizadeh, senior analyst at Blockforce Capital, discusses the e-commerce rivalry between Walmart and Amazon.
Tue. Feb. 19 2019 | 13:25
RB's Keerti Nair tells CNBC why insights are more relevant when the insights team are more transparent.
Tue. Feb. 19 2019 | 13:23
Richard Mylles, politics analyst at Absolute Strategy, discusses the group of lawmakers that broke off from the U.K. Labour party over Brexit and anti-Semitism.
Tue. Feb. 19 2019 | 13:20
Nick Nelson, head of European equity strategy at UBS, discusses the automotive sector.
Tue. Feb. 19 2019 | 13:03
Nothing's more dull than a dull presentation. Dan Quirks explains why breaking 10 key rules stops presenters being asked back.

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