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  • Ireland in 'strange' recession: Economist Monday, 17 Mar 2014 | 6:30 AM ET
    Ireland in 'strange' recession: Economist

    Conall MacCoille, chief economist at Davy Stockbrokers, says Ireland is currently in a "pretty strange kind of recession" as, despite the poor GDP data, underlying conditions are "much more positive."

  • A weak yuan signals China's slowing growth: Pro Monday, 17 Mar 2014 | 1:21 AM ET
    A weak yuan signals China's slowing growth: Pro

    Andrew Abrahamian, Head of FX Strategy at Compass Global Markets, says recent weakness in the renminbi indicates that the Chinese government may be prepared to accept a weaker-than-expected economic growth.

  • Why it's still too early to judge Chinese growth Sunday, 16 Mar 2014 | 6:24 PM ET
    Why it's still too early to judge China

    David Kuo, CEO at Motley Fool Singapore, explains why it is still too early into the year to judge whether China can achieve its 7.5 percent growth target.

  • Debating on China's economic outlook Friday, 14 Mar 2014 | 1:24 AM ET
    Debating on China's economic outlook

    Roger Nightingale, Economist and Strategist at RDN Associates, explains why he thinks China's gross domestic product (GDP) may come in well below 7 percent.

  • Faber's 4% GDP for China unrealistic: StanChart Thursday, 13 Mar 2014 | 8:15 PM ET
    Faber's 4% GDP for China unrealistic: StanChart

    Marc Faber's comments about China seeing 4 percent growth may be too unrealistic, says David Mann, Regional Head of Research, Asia at Standard Chartered Bank, adding that China still has the potential for strong performance in the years ahead.

  • Don't read too much into Irish GDP: Deputy fin min Thursday, 13 Mar 2014 | 12:45 PM ET
    Don't read too much into Irish GDP: Deputy fin min

    Brian Hayes, Ireland's deputy finance minister, comments on the country's "very successful" bond auction on Thursday and says investors shouldn't read too much into the negative GDP reading.

  • China's premier hints at slower growth Thursday, 13 Mar 2014 | 6:06 AM ET
    China's premier hints at slower growth

    Concerns around a slowdown in the world's second largest economy have resurfaced after China's Premier Li Keqiang hints at "flexibility" around the country's GDP, reports CNBC's Eunice Yoon.

  • Can China reach its growth target? Thursday, 13 Mar 2014 | 6:00 AM ET
    Can China reach its growth target?

    Willy Lam, professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says that government investments in China will be key to reaching the 7.5 percent growth target.

  • 2014 will be 'very good year' despite Q1: Expert Monday, 10 Mar 2014 | 8:38 AM ET
    2014 will be 'very good year' despite Q1: Expert

    Martin Feldstein, Harvard University economics professor, shares his outlook on the economy. We no longer see the fiscal drag that we saw last year, explains Feldstein.

  • US economy set to spring ahead? Monday, 10 Mar 2014 | 8:35 AM ET
    US economy set to spring ahead?

    CNBC's Steve Liesman provides perspective on Friday's jobs numbers and revisions to GDP.

  • Japan's weak GDP not 'entirely unexpected': UOB Monday, 10 Mar 2014 | 1:40 AM ET
    Japan's weak GDP not 'entirely unexpected': UOB

    Alvin Liew, Senior Economist at UOB, discusses Japan's fourth-quarter economic growth data for 2013, which saw a disappointing on-year growth of 0.7 percent.

  • Examining Japan's Q4 GDP data Sunday, 9 Mar 2014 | 10:25 PM ET
    Examining Japan's Q4 GDP data

    Uwe Parpart, Managing Director, Head of Research, Reorient Financial Markets, analyzes Japan's disappointing fourth-quarter economic growth data for 2013.

  • Japan's Q4 GDP was a miss: HSBC Sunday, 9 Mar 2014 | 7:50 PM ET
    Japan's Q4 GDP was a miss: HSBC

    Izumi Devalier, Japan Economist at HSBC, discusses Japan's below-view fourth-quarter economic growth data and record current account deficit for January.

  • Greenspan revisits 'irrational exuberance' Friday, 7 Mar 2014 | 7:42 AM ET
    Greenspan revisits 'irrational exuberance'

    Alan Greenspan, former Federal Reserve chairman, shares his thoughts on what he learned at the Federal Reserve about long-term economic stability and its part in creating economic bubbles.

  • Greenspan: Household data better indicator of weather effect

    Alan Greenspan, former Federal Reserve chairman, shares his thoughts on the impact of weather on the employment report.

  • Is Australia's economy gaining momentum? Wednesday, 5 Mar 2014 | 10:22 PM ET
    Is Australia's economy gaining momentum?

    Savanth Sebastian, Equities Economist at CommSec, discusses Australia's recent raft of good economic data, from Wednesday's strong gross domestic product (GDP) to Thursday's retail sales.

  • China's GDP target will support commodities: UBS Wednesday, 5 Mar 2014 | 5:48 PM ET
    China's GDP target will support commodities: UBS

    China's gross domestic product (GDP) target at 7.5 percent indicates steady growth in the country, which should support commodities like copper and nickel, says Tom Price, Global Commodity Analyst at UBS.

  • Euro zone's recovery 'lackluster': Pro Wednesday, 5 Mar 2014 | 5:00 AM ET
    Euro zone's recovery 'lackluster': Pro

    James Ashley, chief economist at RBC Capital Markets, says the euro zone's economy is recovering but at a "lackluster" pace, after the 0.3 percent fourth quarter GDP growth was confirmed.

  • China's telling the world 'we can do it': Reorient Wednesday, 5 Mar 2014 | 12:24 AM ET
    China's telling the world 'we can do it': Reorient

    Without resorting to stimulus activities, Steve Wang, Research Director, Chief China Economist at Reorient Financial Markets, says China is trying to tell the world that they can continue to grow steadily.

  • China declares war on pollution Wednesday, 5 Mar 2014 | 12:00 AM ET
    China declares war on pollution

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang vowed to crack down on pollution at Wednesday's National People's Congress. What are some of the implications of this? CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more.