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Suze caller: Paula in Texas  Sat, 19 Jul '14 | 9:04 PM ET

Paula in Texas tells Suze she's getting a $150,000 inheritance. She says she wants to pay off debt and save, and her husband wants to invest in real estate rentals. She asks which is the best move.

1-on-One: Will & Jessica  Sat, 19 Jul '14 | 9:04 PM ET

Will & Jessica have a "dream" relationship but their finances are a nightmare. Will has been unemployed for over a year and his benefits have run out. They've come to Suze for help.

After the call: Inheritance strategy  Sat, 19 Jul '14 | 9:04 PM ET

Suze discusses what viewers should do with an inheritance.

Can I Afford It? Darlene  Sat, 19 Jul '14 | 9:03 PM ET

Darlene, who's 50, asks Suze if she can afford to spend $200,000 on a 2015 diesel pusher RV.

Will the EU match US sanctions?  Mon, 21 Jul '14 | 5:00 AM ET

Charles Robertson, global chief economist at Renaissance Capital, comments on Russian sanctions and explains why "Iran-style" sanctions are unlikely.

BskyB: 'End game looks interesting'  Mon, 21 Jul '14 | 4:40 AM ET

Tim Harris, CEO of Harris Capital, discusses BskyB and Julius Baer and says BskyB's repositioning is "much cleaner for shareholders in the long run".

Tesco is 'structurally very challenged': Pro  Mon, 21 Jul '14 | 4:30 AM ET

Bruno Monteyne, senior analyst for European food retail at Sanford C. Bernstein, comments on Tesco and says the group needs a new CEO and a new strategy very quickly.

Why the Ukrainian crisis is 'game changer'  Mon, 21 Jul '14 | 4:00 AM ET

Nicholas Spiro, managing director at Spiro Sovereign Strategy, says markets have been giving Russian president, Vladimir Putin, "the benefit of the doubt" but are becoming more sensitive to geopolitical events.

Paul Donovan, global economist at UBS, says a change in the behavior of consumers has "wrong-footed" supermarkets.

Ukraine is ready to transfer the international investigation of the MH17 crash to the Netherlands, including the bodies of the victims, says Ukraine's prime minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, strongly condemning the perpetrators.

Andrii Kuzmenko, acting Ukrainian ambassador to the U.K, discusses Ukraine's fight against separatist groups and the country's position on Russia.

John Westwood, chairman of Douglas Westwood, says that a big drop in the oil price would be a "killer" for Russia as it relies heavily on revenues from oil and gas exports.

Russia a 'hated' market for years: Pro  Mon, 21 Jul '14 | 3:30 AM ET

Slim Feriani, executive chairman at Advance Emerging Capital Limited, says sanctions will not help to change investors' perceptions of the Russian market.

Philippe Pegorier, chairman of the Association of European Businesses, says EU sanctions against Russia will end up hurting companies in the 28-nation bloc.

Tesco investors should be 'fearful': Pro  Mon, 21 Jul '14 | 3:00 AM ET

Guy Foster, group head of research at Brewin Dolphin, says Tesco investors should be "fearful" after the company announced a new CEO and a profit warning.

Europe shares cautious; Ukraine in focus  Mon, 21 Jul '14 | 3:00 AM ET

European shares were slightly lower in morning trade on Monday as sentiment remained subdued due to the ongoing tensions in Gaza and Ukraine.

Dubai shares sink as Arabtec plunges  Mon, 21 Jul '14 | 2:55 AM ET

Dubai's stock market plunged on Monday dragged down by construction company Arabtec. CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses the implications for the market.

Nadim Shehadi, associate fellow on the Middle East and North Africa Program at Chatham House, said Qatar or Turkey could be key as mediators able to bring a ceasefire between Israel and Palestine.

Sweden's Minister of Foreign Affairs Carl Bildt, claims that Russia supplied the missile system that was allegedly used to shoot down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17.

Joseph Dayan, U.K. managing director at BCS, says only tougher sanctions from the European Union will "budge" Russian markets.

Diana Buttu, former legal advisor to the Palestine Liberation Organization, says that that the "brutal" Israeli blockade of Gaza needs to be lifted for the conflict to de-escalate.

Global leaders have put pressure on France to scrap a deal to sell two warships to Russia, after pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine were accused of shooting down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.

Is China defending Russia over MH17?  Mon, 21 Jul '14 | 1:22 AM ET

CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on China's response to the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash as it urges countries not to jump to conclusions over who was responsible for the tragedy.

Chris Weafer, senior partner at Macro-Advisory, says that Russian President Vladimir Putin needs to allow open access to the crash site of flight MH17 or he risks stronger sanctions.

Why a ceasefire in Gaza is unlikely  Mon, 21 Jul '14 | 12:42 AM ET

Coline Schep, Middle East Analyst at Control Risks, says both Israel and Hamas have put out extensive demands that are hard to fulfill, thus complicating the possibility of reaching a truce.

Hold your horses on the US dollar: Maybank  Mon, 21 Jul '14 | 12:17 AM ET

Sakttiandi Supaat, Head of Global FX Strategy at Maybank, says a sustained U.S. dollar rally will only occur next year.

Can more sanctions get Putin to back down?  Mon, 21 Jul '14 | 12:05 AM ET

Ben Goldsmith, Associate Professor in the Department of Government and International Relations, University of Sydney, says more European involvement is needed to increase the effect of sanctions on Russia.

Will Europe support further Russia sanctions?  Sun, 20 Jul '14 | 11:43 PM ET

Colin Chapman, President, NSW at Australian Institute of International Affairs, says Europe may be hesitant to support more sanctions on Russia due to trade relations and energy reliance.

Stay in equities but take up protection: Pro  Sun, 20 Jul '14 | 11:31 PM ET

Simon Gross Hodge, Head of Investment Advisory at LGT Bank Singapore, advises investors to stay invested in stock markets but take up some form of protection amid geopolitical risks.

S&P: We prefer slower growth in China  Sun, 20 Jul '14 | 11:13 PM ET

Paul Gruenwald, Chief Economist Asia Pacific at Standard and Poor's Ratings Services, explains why higher growth data may not benefit China.

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