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Baltimore riots spark 3-alarm fire   Tue, 28 Apr '15 | 6:00 AM ET
Baltimore riots spark 3-alarm fire

A massive 3-alarm fire destroyed a church senior center that was under construction in Baltimore Monday night.

 Investors watch earnings, Fed for direction

Wall Street was cautious ahead of this morning's start of the Fed's two-day policy meeting and a flood of earnings including Dow stocks Merck and Pfizer.

Why the UK GDP miss is important   Tue, 28 Apr '15 | 4:30 AM ET
Why the UK GDP miss is important

Melanie Baker, U.K. economist at Morgan Stanley, discusses the disappointing U.K. growth figures, which come just days before a general election.

Why capital build-up is a priority for banks

Philippe Bodereau, MD and global head of financial research at Pimco, says that recent earnings reports show that capital build-up remains a big priority for many European banks.

Tech firms exploiting banking opportunities: Analyst

Edward Firth, head of European banks research at Macquarie, says tech like Apple Pay and Google Wallet have the potential to disrupt the European banking sector.

I prefer Chevron to BP: Analyst   Tue, 28 Apr '15 | 3:15 AM ET
I prefer Chevron to BP: Analyst

Jason Gammel, equities analyst at Jefferies, says that despite a good quarter, BP's bottom line wasn't as impressive as numbers might suggest.

Retail investors will return to high yield: Pro

Gershon Distenfeld, director of high-yield at Alliance Bernstein, says retail investors will return to high yield markets as they search for income in low-yield environments.

Why geographical diversification works   Tue, 28 Apr '15 | 2:20 AM ET
Why geographical diversification works

Spanish Bank Association President, Jose Maria Roldan, says the financial crisis was proof that geographical diversification works.

UK markets don't care who is in power: Pro   Tue, 28 Apr '15 | 2:00 AM ET
UK markets don't care who is in power: Pro

Peter Elston, chief investment officer of Seneca Investment Managers, argues that the outcome of the U.K. election don't have much bearing on sterling or equity markets.

Europe opens lower; Fed meeting eyed   Tue, 28 Apr '15 | 3:00 AM ET
Europe opens lower; Fed meeting eyed

European equities opened in negative territory Tuesday as caution sets in ahead of a meeting by the U.S. Federal Reserve policymakers.

This election less negative than many: William Hague

William Hague, first secretary of state for the U.K., says this election campaign period is proving much less negative than those he's previously experienced.

Committed to keeping Costa Coffee: Whitbread CEO

Whitbread CEO, Andy Harrison, says that despite pressure to spin off Costa Coffee, the café chain will remain part of the company for the foreseeable future.

Whitbread CEO Andy Harrison to retire   Tue, 28 Apr '15 | 1:45 AM ET
Whitbread CEO Andy Harrison to retire

Whitbread CEO, Andy Harrison, is stepping down, but says he's leaving the company in better shape than when he joined.

Tories have turned the UK around: William Hague

William Hague, first secretary of state for the U.K., said he was not disappointed with the traction of the Conservative campaign ahead of the May 7 election.

Delivering stable results despite challenges: Swedbank CEO

Swedbank CEO, Michael Wolf, says the group is producing stable results despite a challenging environment of low interest rates, deregulation and digitalization.

Economic conditions hitting growth target: Philips CEO

Philips CEO, Frans van Houten, says the company is running behind its growth target but that the shortfall is due to a slowing global economy.

Could UK's Q1 GDP disappoint?   Tue, 28 Apr '15 | 12:53 AM ET
Could UK's Q1 GDP disappoint?

George Buckley, chief U.K. economist at Deutsche Bank, outlines his expectations for the U.K.'s first-quarter GDP reading and explains what that means for the Bank of England's monetary policy.

Impact of Nepal quake 'close to $5B': Expert   Tue, 28 Apr '15 | 12:42 AM ET
Impact of Nepal quake 'close to $5B': Expert

In the absence of tourism income, remittances will be the "lifeline" of Nepal's economy, says Rajrishi Singhal, senior geo-economics Fellow at Gateway House.

How will Asia react to Japan's new foreign policy?

ohn Lee, adjunct associate professor, School of Social and Political Sciences at University of Sydney, explains why the Asian region, excluding China, will likely welcome Japan's proactive foreign policy.

Here's why Indian shares are taking a breather

Yoon Chou Chong, investment director at Aberdeen Asset Management, Singapore, says Indian shares are taking a breather due to factors like rising valuations and the debate on the minimum alternate tax.

Why Apple still has a firm grip on the China market

The high pricing of Apple's products make them more desirable, much to the dismay of competitors like Samsung which is seeing a drop in influence in China, says Bryan Ma, VP of IDC.

What Abe's visit means for US-Japan ties   Mon, 27 Apr '15 | 11:34 PM ET
What Abe's visit means for US-Japan ties

Richard Jerram, chief economist at Bank of Singapore, says Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe's visit to Washington shows that Japan is "behind the U.S. all the way."

China banks set to report earnings: What to expect

Jim Antos, bank analyst at Mizuho Securities Asia, expects Bank of China to surprise among the bigger lenders, while small players could be the worst performers in the sector.

'Considerable upside' to come in China: Expert

Nicholas Ferres, investment director, Global Asset Allocation at Eastspring Investments, explains why Chinese stocks could still see "considerable upside."

Can Apple investors afford to 'throw out the spreadsheet?'

John Petrides, MD & portfolio manager at Point View Wealth Management and Patrick Moorhead, founder, President & Principal Analyst at Moor Insights & Strategy, debate the potential of Apple.

Apple: The 'bright spot you can count on'   Mon, 27 Apr '15 | 10:19 PM ET
Apple: The 'bright spot you can count on'

Keith Fitz-Gerald, chief investment strategist at MoneyMorning.com, says Apple's outlook looks exciting and expects its stock price to catch up with the company's growth rate.

Indonesia must abide by its own law: Amnesty

Diana Sayed, crisis campaigner at Amnesty International, says Indonesia must give "rule of law and due process" to the group of drug-crime convicts on death row.

Merger of Applied Materials, Tokyo Electron scrapped

Sachin Shah, special situations and merger arbitrage strategist at Albert Fried and Company, says the cancellation of a merger between Applied Materials and Tokyo Electron is "a bit of a surprise."

Major rescue underway on Mount Everest   Mon, 27 Apr '15 | 9:16 PM ET
Major rescue underway on Mount Everest

After a powerful earthquake which hit Nepal on Saturday, a rescue mission is underway on the slopes of the world's highest peak. NBC's Miguel Almaguer reports.

What Apple's earnings say about its suppliers

With iPhones proving to be "stronger for longer," investors should invest in the suppliers that are gaining market shares, says Steven Pelayo, regional head of Technology Research, Asia-Pacific at HSBC.

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