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Britain awaits first Conservative budget in two decades

British Prime Minister David Cameron's government will unveil the first Conservative budget in almost 20 years on Wednesday. Melanie Baker, U.K. economist at Morgan Stanley, outlines her expectations.

Why Beijing's support measures ain't working

With retail investors making up for nearly 80 percent of the market, it is difficult for authorities to sway market sentiment, says Eric Liu, head of Research, Partner at Vanda Research.

Expect more downside risks for the euro: Nomura

Craig Chan, head of Asia FX Strategy at Nomura, says factors such as uncertainty over Greece's future in the euro zone will continue to weigh on the euro.

Greek contagion risk is limited: SocGen CEO

Frederic Oudea, CEO of Societe Generale, says the immediate contagion effect of a Greek exit from the euro zone would be limited.

Will get solution in the euro zone: Greek minister

Greek Economy Minister, Giorgos Stathakis, tells CNBC that he remains committed to finding a solution within the euro zone.

Ferrari's new supercar unveiled in Singapore

Dieter Knechtel, managing director, Far East hub at Ferrari, introduces the 488 GTB supercar, which is touted as the new "benchmark" for the luxury sports car sector in Singapore.

Greece won't cause a financial contagion: Pro

While the events in Greece are affecting investor sentiment, it won't provoke the spread of a financial contagion, says Stefan Hofer, MD & chief investment strategist for Asia at BNP Paribas Wealth Management.

Amid endless drama, Greeks flock to Australia

The seemingly never-ending debt crisis has led thousands of Greeks to leave the country for better prospects elsewhere. CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports from Melbourne.

Amid market rout, China-listed firms rush to file trading halts

Andrew Freris, CEO of Ecognosis Advisory, discusses news that over 20 percent of Chinese-listed companies have issued requests to suspend trading or extend trading halts.

China is a bubble and it will burst: Pro

With the rally primarily driven by margin trading among retail investors, China's stock market bubble is destined to pop, says Ecognosis Advisory's CEO, Andrew Freris.

There will be a 'temporary' Greek deal: Freris

Andrew Freris, CEO of Ecognosis Advisory, expects Greece and its creditors to agree on a "temporary funding program" soon.

PuraPharm CEO: Not worried about market rout

CNBC's Susan Li asks Abraham Chan, founder, chairman, CEO and executive director of PuraPharm, whether he is worried about how the recent market rout may affect the company's listing in Hong Kong.

This expert remains hopeful of an Iran deal

Nuclear talks in Vienna will take a longer time but an agreement between Iran and world powers remains likely, says Flynt Leverett, professor of International Affairs at Pennsylvania State University.

Tracking Uber's progress in China

It's been a bumpy ride for car-hailing app Uber as it battles local rivals and traditional taxi operators in the world's second-biggest economy. CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more.

The best thing for markets now? A 'Grexit': Pro

Ken Fisher, CEO and Chairman of Fisher Investments, wants to see Greece out of the euro as soon as possible so that global \markets "can move on."

Euro zone sets 'final deadline' for Greece

Euro zone leaders have set Greece a Sunday deadline to come up with new reform proposals. CNBC's Geoff Cutmore has more from Brussels.

Did Beijing overreact with rescue measures?

Given the volatility in China's market, a 30 percent correction is within expectations so the aggressive measures may have been too premature, says Jorge Mariscal, regional CIO of Emerging Markets at UBS.

Should the US heed IMF's advice to delay rate hike?

Nigel Chalk, mission chief to the U.S. for the International Monetary Fund, says U.S. central bankers should defer the rate hike until there are tangible signs of wage and price inflation.

Ex-US ambassador: There will be a Greek deal

Thomas Miller, former U.S. Ambassador to Greece from 2001-2004, explains why he remains optimistic that an agreement can be reached between Greece and its creditors.

Panic heightens as China's market rout worsens

Fear and anger are intensifying among Chinese retail investors as the country's market rout deepened on Wednesday. CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more.

Iran nuclear deal is imminent: IHS

Dan Yergin, vice chairman at IHS, says the U.S. and Iran are within striking distance of a nuclear deal.

How badly will HK be affected by China's rout?

While the Hang Seng index is affected by the volatility in China, the index will likely see a smaller downside due to lower valuations, says Wong Sui Jau, general manager at Fundsupermart.com.

Chinese investors are scared: Analyst

Chen Jiahe, analyst at Cinda Securities, discusses the state of panic among Chinese investors after weeks of erratic trade on the mainland bourses.

Time to short commodity currencies: BofA

Adarsh Sinha, head of Asia Pacific G10 FX Strategy at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, explains why he is shorting the Australian dollar versus the Japanese yen.

Temasek: Comfortable with outlook on China

Ravi Lambah, Senior MD for investments at Temasek, explains why the Singapore sovereign wealth fund is sticking with its bets on China.

Will Greece have to print its own currency?

With Greece running dangerously low on cash, failure to clinch a deal on Sunday will leave Athens with little choice but to introduce a form of second currency, says Jay Bryson, global economist at Wells Fargo Securities.

Ideal time for stock picking in small caps: Pro

Amid the surge in volatility across global markets, Eric Marshall, co-portfolio manager at Hodges Small Cap Fund, likes small-cap stocks which are immune to currency fluctuations and geopolitical risks.

Cramer: This stock has recession written all over it

"Mad Money" Host Jim Cramer warns you which stock to watch for signs of a recession -- and to stay away!

Cramer's crude reality: Where is oil headed?

Mad Money host Him Cramer goes off the charts with the help of Carley Garner to figure out where the price of crude may be headed next.

Cramer reviews 3 necessary conditions for economic upheaval

What China, Europe and copper means for your money, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.

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