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Oil demand moving away from China: Pro     Fri, 30 May '14 | 2:15 AM ET

Miswin Mahesh, analyst at Barclays Capital, says oil demand is moving away from China with increased demand from Latin America.

As Germany turns its attention to renewables and Japan re-enters the nuclear market, CNBC takes a look at which path is more critical to the world's energy future.

Steve Cowley, CEO of United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, says nuclear energy is "critical" for Japan's energy economy.

Thanos Vamvakidis, head of European G10 FX strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research, discusses the U.K.'s revised way of calculating GDP - which includes counting illegal prostitution and drugs.

Treasury correction ahead: Pro     Fri, 30 May '14 | 1:30 AM ET

Don Smith, strategist at ICAP, says Treasurys are likely to see a "sharp correction" when the Federal Reserve begins to "normalize" its monetary policy.

James Meekings, co-founder of Funding Circle, says businesses are turning away bank loans because the processes are "slow and archaic."

The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan manages around $141 billion, says Ron Mock, the group's CEO, as he discusses how the Pension Plan invests.

Andrew Balls, deputy CIO and managing director at PIMCO, says France will lag German and Spanish growth for a few years, while also discussing the U.K. economy.

European market closes flat     Thu, 29 May '14 | 11:30 AM ET

European shares closed flat on Thursday following U.S. growth data, and as investors eyed a possible shift in policy by the European Central Bank.

The first telegraph line from Cairo to Alexandria was inaugurated in 1854 and with it came the birth of Telecom Egypt. The firm's CEO, Mohamed El-Nawawy, discusses the potential of being the country's fourth mobile phone operator, and what he plans to do with the stake in Vodafone Egypt.

Worldwide, undersea cables carry 99% of intercontinental internet traffic and one of the busiest hubs is in Egypt. CNBC gains exclusive access to the country's strategic "TE North" facilities, and takes a closer look at where the company is moving next.

In an exclusive interview with CNBC, Mohamed El-Nawawy, CEO of Telecom Egypt, relives the moments around the controversial decision to cut Egypt off the Internet on January 28, 2011.

John Lonski, chief economist at Moody's Capital Markets Research Group, expects the U.S. first quarter GDP to be revised down on Thursday and says the economy should "snap back" in the second quarter.

David Woo, head of global rates and currencies research at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, comments on U.S. Treasurys and argues that China may be buying long-duration U.S. bonds through Belgium.

Treasurys signal 'trouble behind': Pro     Thu, 29 May '14 | 5:00 AM ET

Ken Karmen, president at Mercadien Asset Management, discusses the U.S. market ahead of the release of the first quarter GDP revision.

Peter Oppenheimer, chief global equities strategist at Goldman Sachs, explains that the World Cup's winning country tends to have a feel-good factor in its stock market, leading to outperformance for a month.

Brazil: Central bank breaks hike cycle     Thu, 29 May '14 | 4:40 AM ET

Michael Henderson, senior emerging markets economist at Maplecroft, says the Brazilian central bank is likely to start hiking rates again towards the end of the year as inflation continues to increase.

Simon Rubinsohn, chief economist at RICS, says buyers' appetite in the London housing market is losing momentum as a few constraints are kicking in.

Japan retail sales drop: 'So what?'     Thu, 29 May '14 | 4:20 AM ET

Ed Rogers, CEO of Rogers Investments Advisors, says the drop in Japanese retail sales was widely expected by the market and advises how to invest in Japan.

Paul Sedgwick, head of investment at Frank Investments, comments on Apple¿s acquisition of Beats and says there should be a broader pick-up in M&A deals over the next few months as confidence grows.

Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner, co-authors of "Think like a Freak", discuss their meeting with U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron about what to do with the country's National Health Service.

Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner, co-authors of "Think like a Freak", says stock pickers are "as good as a monkey with a dart board".

Barry Dixon, head of research at Davy Research, says buy shares in Holcim as the U.S. construction industry recovers.

European shares opened mixed on Thursday as investors continue to ponder what policy response the European Central Bank (ECB) will announce next week.

Daniel Lacalle, senior portfolio manager at Ecofin, says the "exuberance" is coming out of sovereign bond yields in Europe and it is better to buy into "boring" large cap companies.

Sir Ian Cheshire, CEO of Kingfisher, says the deal to acquire Mr Bricolage in France is a long-term move despite a struggling economy in the country.

Sir Ian Cheshire, CEO of Kingfisher, shares his barbeque tips as the summer approaches.

Japan's economy in a 'quagmire': Pro     Thu, 29 May '14 | 2:10 AM ET

Jim Swanson, chief investment strategist at MFS Investment Management, and Daniel Lacalle, senior portfolio manager at Ecofin, discuss Japanese stocks and the country's economy.

Carlo Gallo, director of Enquirisk, says global companies could view U.S. technology firms with increasing mistrust due to alleged links with the National Security Agency.

Luis Costa, emerging market strategist at Citi, discusses whether the increase in tourists buying the Brazilian real will affect the price movement of the country's currency.

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