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Former Feng shui practitioner Peter Chan Chun-chuen enters the High Court on July 4, 2013 in Hong Kong, China.

Former Feng Shui master Peter Chan has been found guilty of forging a will supposedly left behind by his late lover, billionaire tycoon Nina Wang who was one of Asia's richest women.

CNBC's Yousef Gamal El-Din reports from Cairo where protests have eased following the military coup.

What Do Central Banks Want?     Thu, 4 Jul '13 | 11:15 AM ET

Adam Cole, head of currency strategy at RBC, explains that both the ECB and the Bank of England are trying to "divorce" policy from U.S. events and "manipulate" rates expectations lower.

CNCB's Geoff Cutmore asks the ECB President Mario Draghi if the central bank should change its policy on guidance, as the Bank of England has done following Mark Carney's arrival.

Egypt's Temporary President Sworn In     Thu, 4 Jul '13 | 5:16 AM ET

CNBC's Yousef Gamal El-Din, reports from Cairo where Adly Mansour, the head of the supreme constitutional court, has been sworn in as temporary President, and the market's reaction.

Is the Euro Debt Crisis Back?     Thu, 4 Jul '13 | 4:00 AM ET

Thorsten Polleit, chief economist at Degussa Goldhandel GmbH, says the euro zone "debt crisis is coming" back due to increased political problems and rising yields.

'The Whole World Is Turning Japanese'     Thu, 4 Jul '13 | 2:10 AM ET

Satyajit Das, author of Traders, Guns and Motors, tells CNBC that Europe is going down exactly the same route as Japan, so they are hypocritical to criticise them.

Mario Draghi's Portuguese Headache     Thu, 4 Jul '13 | 1:10 AM ET

Ahead of the ECB meeting in Frankfurt, Portugal's political leaders are scrambling to preserve the coalition government. Annette Weisbach spoke to Portugal's Prime Minister, Pedro Passos Coelho.

Yousef Gamal El-Din reports live from Cairo on the latest events in Egypt following the ousting of President Morsi by the military last night.

The 4th of July doesn't only mean fireworks and patriotism in the U.S. It's also the start of "Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest." Six-time winner Joey Chesnut is back to beat his record of 68 hot dogs and buns.

The Rise of Quantum Computers     Wed, 3 Jul '13 | 7:00 PM ET

As computers get smaller so too do the chips that power them, but just how small can they get?

CNBC's Courtney Reagan looks at the marijuana market as well as the business & political issues surrounding pot, with Justin Hartfield, Weedmaps. Medical sales alone will reach $1.5 billion this year.

CNBC's Yousef Gamal el-Din reports there are no details where the Egyptian President Morsi currently is. Crowds await a statement from the Military about the consensus from the meeting with national, religious and political leaders.

Unscripted: My Favorite Book     Wed, 3 Jul '13 | 12:00 PM ET

CNBC personalities Josh Lipton, Kayla Tausche, Sue Herera, Jane Wells, Bill Griffeth, Courtney Reagan, Seema Mody and David Faber discuss their favorite books.

Joaquim Gomes, fund manager at Dunas Capital and Philippa Malmgren president of Principalis Asset MGMT, discuss Portugal where political stability looks uncertain and questions whether the Cypriot bail-in template will be used.

Bread Driving Egypt Protests: Pro     Wed, 3 Jul '13 | 5:00 AM ET

Philippa Malmgren, president of Principalis Asset Management, argues that the protests in Egypt erupted due to the government's failure to deliver on its promise for lower wheat prices.

Womenomics Trumps Abenomics in Japan     Wed, 3 Jul '13 | 4:51 AM ET

Nikkei correspondent, Makiko Utsuda, reports on a conference chaired by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, which highlighted the challenges faced by women in the Japanese workforce.

We're Not a Political Football: RBS     Wed, 3 Jul '13 | 3:15 AM ET

Chris Sullivan, CEO of UK Corporate Banking at RBS, tells CNBC that a review into how they can lend to small and medium sized businesses is not a result of government pressure.

Bob Parker, senior advisor at Credit Suisse, tells CNBC that Portugal is different to Greece, it has had a lot of success in privatisation and the government will hold.

NBC's Richard Engel sent this report from Cairo where the deadlock between Egyptian president, Mohammad Morsi, protestors, opposition and the military continues.

Yes, There Is a Real Life Road Runner     Tue, 2 Jul '13 | 8:50 PM ET

The latest video to go viral is of NFL player Robert Gill running on a treadmill at 25 miles per hour - that's faster than Usain Bolt, the world's fastest man, who averaged 23.35 miles/hour in 2009.

Lamborgini's New $32,000 Toy     Tue, 2 Jul '13 | 2:58 PM ET

Do you cycle to work? Well, some people do and they end up shelling out thousands for a high end bicycle. CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on Lamborghini's newest toy: a $32,000 bicycle.

CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the high-tech world of the America's Cup, and looks at the cost of entering the world's most famous boat race.

The Egyptian Army is planning to oust President Morsi and suspend the constitution, reports CNBC's Yousef el-Din.

Is Pain Trade Over for Gold?     Tue, 2 Jul '13 | 12:50 PM ET

Suki Cooper, Barclays commodities analyst, discusses the outlook on gold and why she cut the year-end target on the yellow metal to $1,393.

Michael Ward, auto analyst at Sterne Agee, discusses the US auto industry "steady recovery", why the Detroit 3 are the biggest beneficiaries and why Japanese brands should continue to hold up.

Gregg Lemkau, co-head of global mergers and acquisitions at Goldman Sachs, says the low level of M&A activity is "frustrating" as all the usual drivers are there and explains what's holding investors back.

Buying Opportunity in Bonds: JPMorgan     Tue, 2 Jul '13 | 3:00 AM ET

Nick Gartside, manager of JPMorgan Global Strategic Bond Fund, tells CNBC that bonds went through a correction, not a reversal, and the bond market is now a buying opportunity.

Naguib Sawiris, founder of the Free Egyptians Party and executive chairman of Orascom Telecom Holding, tells CNBC that three times the number of people who elected Egyptian President, Mohammed Morsi, are in the streets asking him to step down.

U.S. pop diva Jennifer Lopez performs at Avaza in Turkmenistan on June 29, 2013

Jennifer Lopez has issued an apology after performing a birthday greeting serenade for Turkmenistan President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow at an event hosted by the China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC).

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