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Is BABA a black sheep or still cheap?
Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba made history Friday, marking its Wall Street debut with the biggest IPO in history. Here's Alibaba's big day ... condensed to two minutes.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan asks NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell about Procter and Gamble pulling its partnership with the NFL.
A woman in debt comes in asking for a Suze Smackdown, but gets a shocking discovery in her credit report.
Nina, who's 39 and lives in New York, tells Suze she let a family member use her name to buy homes and a car. Now she's in debt for $450,000. She asks Suze for help.
Mekka, from North Carolina, says her 12-year-old son broke her 63-inch TV. She wants to know how to make it a financial teaching moment.
Bart De Smet, CEO of Ageas, expects further developments in GDP per capita and market penetration to fuel growth in Asia's insurance market.
Dariusz Kowalczyk, Senior Economist & Strategist at Credit Agricole, expects the euro to gravitate towards 1.20 against the greenback by end-2015. He also explains his bearish bet on the Indonesian rupiah.
Tim Condon, Head of Research, Asia at ING Financial Markets, explains why he expects Tuesday's HSBC flash PMI for August to come in above market expectations.
Ebrahim Rahbari, director of European and global economics at Citi Research, discusses the "fundamental differences in opinion" between Germany and France when it comes to fiscal policy.
Tesco's stock price fell to its lowest level since 2003 after the group announced it had launched an investigation into a misstated profit, CNBC's Catherine Boyle reports.
Nicla Di Palma, equity analyst at Brewin Dolphin, says Hennes & Mauritz's operating margins are likely to fall in the face of increasing retail competition.