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CNBC's flagship show in Europe sets you up with everything you need to know for the European business day. Anchors Geoff Cutmore, Steve Sedgwick and Karen Tso engage in unscripted and dynamic debate on the day's top stories. They are joined by leading business executives, policymakers, financial strategists, fund managers and other newsmakers to provide original points of view and instant analysis of the latest business news and key market themes.
 
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The S&P posts its best day since March as earnings season kicks into gear on a upbeat day for US markets. All three major averages are now on track to end the week in positive territory. Banking stocks are among the winners on Wall St. Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, Citi and Wells Fargo all post earnings beats as trading ramps up and credit reser…
 
President Vladimir Putin tells CNBC his country is not weaponising gas against Europe but instead blames the U.S. for not addressing supply issues in advance. Putin was speaking at Russia’s Energy Week, where we also spoke to a slew of energy bosses, including BP CEO Bernard Looney who said the current gas crisis can only be resolved with further i…
 
China sees accelerating export growth beat expectations for the month of September, but imports fall short, prompting fears of a domestic slowdown. The IMF revises its global growth outlook, citing supply chain issues and the Covid pandemic for the cut. Chief Economist Gita Gopinath urges a more urgent global vaccine rollout. And earnings season ge…
 
Oil surges with U.S. crude at 7-year highs but Wall Street finished in the red as global equities markets fret over inflation concerns. Under-fire IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva gets the backing of the agency over a data-rigging scandal, but U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warns over slipping ethical standards. Chinese property gia…
 
A positive week for Wall Street gives way to disappointing U.S. jobs data in September, despite Congress agreeing to extend the debt ceiling. Meanwhile, world leaders reach a historic agreement for a minimum global tax rate of 15 per cent. The energy sector continues to be in focus with oil prices continuing to rise on surging demand. WTI hits its …
 
U.S. markets hit a three-day green streak after lawmakers in Congress agree to extend the debt ceiling until early December. Chinese services activity bounces back, while stock markets resume activity positively following the Golden Week holiday. In Germany, Armin Laschet says he will stand down as leader of the CDU following the party’s worst elec…
 
The GOP offer a temporary truce in federal funding talks with Democrats, potentially extending the debt ceiling to December. U.S. equities rebound on the news and Asian stocks rise amid a volatile week of trading so far. Meanwhile, natural gas prices in Europe whip-saw on Wednesday after Russian President Vladimir Putin offers to boost supplies to …
 
Wall Street rebounds from recent lows, with tech stocks solidly in the green following Tuesday’s rout. Meanwhile, the U.S. heads towards a potential default if Congress cannot pass measures to raise the debt ceiling. U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen tells CNBC exclusively that delays failing to pay government debt could be “catastrophic”, warni…
 
Wall Street falls sharply lower, dragged down by U.S. tech stocks and rising bond yields. Financials and energy shares are also lower as investors eye the Fed’s next tapering move. Facebook shares tumble following a six-hour outage of its platforms while a whistleblower accuses the social media giant of “a betrayal of democracy”. U.S. oil prices su…
 
Evergrande shares are suspended in Hong Kong markets following Chinese media reports that Hopson Development is set to swoop in for a $5.1bn stake of its property unit. In other M&A news, U.S. private equity company CD&R has snapped up UK supermarket chain Morrisons for close to $10bn and is reportedly looking to install former Tesco boss Sir Terry…
 
Wall Street ends its worst month since the start of the pandemic. September saw Covid-related losses, supply chain issues and inflation woes all weighing heavily on U.S. indices. In Washington a shutdown was averted with President Biden signing off on a late-night bill to fund Congress. However, Democrats have bowed to partisan pressure and delayed…
 
Wall Street recovers but the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq are set to report their worst month for a year. We hear from the Delivering Alpha investor summit where TPG’s Jim Coulter predicts a volatile October. All eyes are on the U.S. Senate where Republicans are expected to continue their opposition to President Biden’s spending plans as well as a bill t…
 
The Nasdaq suffers its worst session since March with tech titans such as Alphabet, Facebook and Microsoft all tumbling. There is talk of a looming broader correction in the sector. Asian markets see more selling as U.S. yields remain at 3-month highs with pandemic support set to be wound down. The Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warns Congr…
 
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