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Week ahead 7 Sept 54 Mins Ago
Week ahead 7 Sept

CNBC breaks down the six big stories to keep an eye out for the coming week.

Sanctions on Russia hurt Europe: Russia Deputy PM

Arkady Dvorkovich, deputy Prime Minister of Russia, says food prices will stabilize despite inflation around 20 percent.

Russia can live with any oil price: Russia Deputy PM

Arkady Dvorkovich, deputy prime minister of Russia, says the country will not cut oil production.

China can get back to normal: Russia Deputy PM

Arkady Dvorkovich, deputy prime minister of Russia, talks about the impact of the Chinese slowdown. He is optimistic that China can return to a healthy rate of economic growth.

Should Gulf do more to help with refugees?

Hadley Gamble, CNBC correspondent, talks about the refugees arriving in Europe from Syria and elsewhere.

Migrant crisis: Europe has 'lost its soul'

Europe has 'lost its soul' with its handling of the migrant crisis, says Greece's former finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis.

Has Syriza frustrated Greeks?

The Syriza government gave Greeks their dignity back with the referendum says Yanis Varoufakis, but said it let them down by turning the No into a Yes.

Greece is a 'pawn' in Schauble's game: Varoufakis

Yanis Varoufakis, former Greek finance minister, discusses Wolfgang Schauble position during the bailout negotiations.

Would Greece have reintroduced the Drachma?

Yanis Varoufakis, former Greek finance minister, said that reintroducing the currency was merely a "contingency plan".

Draghi is 'exquisite' central banker: Varoufakis

Mario Draghi is an "exquisite" central banker who is very badly constrained, says Yanis Varoufakis, the former Greek finance minister.

Should Greece have introduced a parallel currency?

Philippe Legrain, former economic advisor to the President of the European Commission and Author of "European Spring", says Greece shouldn't have folded to the Troika and introduced a parallel currency.

Need to stop 'extending and pretending': Varoufakis

Yanis Varoufakis, Greece's former finance minister, defends his contribution to the bailout negotiations and argues over what needs to be done in Greece, adding that Germany wants a Grexit.

Varoufakis: I'm not endorsing Syriza

No Greek party, including Syriza, is capable of implementing a reform and fiscal agenda that is able to stabilize the economy says Yanis Varoufakis, former Greek finance minister.

BWIN accepts GVC offer

Kenneth Jack Alexander, CEO of GVC, comments on the deal between GVC and BWIN and says that scale in the betting industry is ‘crucial’ to compete in the coming years.

European markets open lower

European markets fell at the open on Friday, after rallying Thursday afternoon following ECB President Mario Draghi's reiteration of his "willingness to act" to protect the euro.

Monetary policy can't do much: Bini Smaghi

The ECB is unlikely to do anything until spring next year says Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, former ECB Executive Board Member and chairman of Societe Generale.

Airlines to cut fares on oil price drop: O'Leary

The drop in oil prices is "very good" for the world economy and for airlines says Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair adding that it should prompt the "mother of all fare wars" this winter.

Germany ready to accept Grexit: 'Wiseman'

Lars Feld, member of the German Council of Economic Experts and professor for Economic Policy at the University of Freiburg, discusses Germany's stance on Greek politics and the euro zone.

Draghi is 'a master': Pro

Guy Miller, chief market strategist and head of macroeconomics at Zurich Insurance, discusses M&A activity and how much central banking continues to impact markets.

Progress is 'unexpectedly difficult': OECD's Gurria

Angel Gurria, secretary-general at the OECD, says global economic conditions "are difficult" and that the Chinese stock market was in a "super bubble" ahead of the G-20 meeting in Turkey.

It's the battle of the TVs Wednesday, 2 Sep 2015 | 7:00 PM ET
It's the battle of the TVs

They're getting brighter, crisper and also a lot more expensive. CNBC's Phil Han breaks down who is winning the race to control your TV.

Can Samsung beat the Apple Watch?

CNBC's Phil Han reports on the brand new Samsung Gear S2 and finds out whether it has a shot against the market leading Apple Watch.

Mobiles still a focus: SAP

Franck Cohen, president of EMEA at SAP, says the technology market is shifting towards cloud-based applications and subscription models.

EU can resolve its problems: The European House

Valerio De Molli, managing partner of The European House, explains what themes will be discussed at the Ambrosetti forum this weekend.

Why I'm disappointed: Former ECB member

Athanasios Orphanides, former ECB governing council member, says he is disappointed that ECB president Mario Draghi did not consider expanding the central bank's balance sheet at Thursday meeting.

Europe ends sharply higher after Draghi raises QE hopes

European markets ended sharply higher on Thursday as the European Central Bank hinted that its asset-purchase program would be increased if needed.

ECB's Mario Draghi remains dovish

James Davidson, fund manager at JP Morgan Asset Management, says remarks by ECB President Mario Draghi suggest he remains dovish on monetary policy.

Home of the future 19 Hours Ago
Home of the future

CNBC's Phil Han reports on new innovations in the connected home sector and whether the internet of things will usher in a new era of connectivity.

 Unclear whether China weakness is permanent: Draghi

ECB President Mario Draghi says authorities are still trying to determine whether China’s economic weakness is set to continue.

Projecting ‘very low’ inflation: Draghi

ECB President Mario Draghi says based on current inflation forecasts and oil price projections, he expects inflation to stay very low in the near term.

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