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  • The crisis in Iraq is not a "catastrophic event' that will severely impact oil supply and lead to a spike in prices, says Michael Langford, CEO of Fractaux.

  • 56% bullish on US dollar: CNBC survey  Sunday, 15 Jun 2014 | 7:46 PM ET

    According to CNBC's weekly poll, over half of respondents expect gains in the greenback this week. Gareth Berry, FX Strategist at UBS Investment Bank, explains why he agrees.

  • Ex-ambassador: How the US can help Iraq  Sunday, 15 Jun 2014 | 7:34 PM ET

    Adam Ereli, former U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain from 2007 to 2011, says U.S. assistance with military supplies and logistical support could help the Iraqi government.

  • Motley Fool's guide to investing this week  Sunday, 15 Jun 2014 | 7:06 PM ET

    While short-term investors keep an eye on interest rates in the U.S. and Europe, long-term investors will need to discern the noise in global markets, says Joe Magyer, Senior Analyst, The Motley Fool.

  • Milne: Abbott on a 'climate denial recruitment tour'  Thursday, 12 Jun 2014 | 9:43 PM ET

    Christine Milne, Senator for Tasmania, says Prime Minister Tony Abbott's stance on climate change indicates that he only wants "dig it up, cut it down, ship it away" businesses for Australia.

  • Tracking the growing appetite for dim sum bonds  Thursday, 12 Jun 2014 | 9:33 PM ET

    Thomas Kwan, Head of Fixed Income at Harvest Global Investments, outlines the factors behind the growing demand for yuan bonds.

  • Iraq may dent but not derail stock market rally Thursday, 12 Jun 2014 | 9:30 PM ET
    Kurdish soldiers provide security at a checkpoint as Iraqi refugee arrive fleeing from the city of Mosul.

    Jitters about Iraq have unsettled global stock markets but are unlikely to lead to the deeper correction anticipated for some time, analysts say.

  • Protests in Brazil are understandable: JP Morgan  Thursday, 12 Jun 2014 | 9:18 PM ET

    Adrian Mowat, MD & Chief Asian and Emerging Market Equity Strategist at J.P. Morgan, explains why some Brazilians are angry at their government for spending over $11 billion to host the World Cup.

  • Did Brazil spend too much on the World Cup?  Thursday, 12 Jun 2014 | 8:39 PM ET

    Michael Bushell, Group Managing Director, Sports Marketing and Management, outlines the benefits that host nations typically gain from global sporting events.

  • Is this Microsoft's chance to catch up with Sony?  Thursday, 12 Jun 2014 | 8:23 PM ET

    Lewis Ward, Research Manager at IDC, says Microsoft's announcement to make the Kinect optional, along with a reduction in retail price by $100, will give its Xbox One a boost.

  • Expect China to grow 7.2% in 2014: S&P  Thursday, 12 Jun 2014 | 8:07 PM ET

    Paul Gruenwald, Asia Pacific Chief Economist at Standard and Poor's Ratings Services, discusses the agency's growth estimates for China this year and highlights the benefits of slower growth for the country.

  • The benefits of a corporate tax cut in Japan  Thursday, 12 Jun 2014 | 7:43 PM ET

    Atsushi Nakajima, Chairman, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry, describes how a decrease in corporate taxes will revitalize the mindset of domestic firms.

  • StanChart's prediction of World Cup final four  Thursday, 12 Jun 2014 | 7:33 PM ET

    Mike Moran, Senior FX Strategist, Standard Chartered Bank, describes why the firm is picking Brazil, Spain, Germany and Argentina to be the final four teams in this World Cup.

  • US stocks are just taking a little rest: Pro  Thursday, 12 Jun 2014 | 7:04 PM ET

    Bob Doll, Chief Equity Strategist & Senior Portfolio Manager, Nuveen Asset Management, says U.S. stocks are taking a temporary breather.

  • Visa picks Nobel Laureates for World Cup ad  Wednesday, 11 Jun 2014 | 9:51 PM ET

    Antonio Lucio, Chief Brand Officer at Visa, discusses the firm's decision to feature Nobel Laureates, instead of athletes, in their World Cup campaign.

  • Housing is a big risk for global growth: IHS  Wednesday, 11 Jun 2014 | 9:19 PM ET

    Nariman Behravesh, Chief Economist at IHS, discusses the International Monetary Fund's warning of a pending housing crash and explains why the U.K. should be on the list of worrisome property markets.

  • Brace for higher oil prices: IHS  Wednesday, 11 Jun 2014 | 9:11 PM ET

    While oil prices may not hit $140 a barrel, instability in Iraq will definitely set prices on an uptrend, says Nariman Behravesh, Chief Economist at IHS.

  • Auckland Airport: Strong Kiwi dollar won't hurt us  Wednesday, 11 Jun 2014 | 8:47 PM ET

    Simon Robertson, CFO at Auckland Airport, says the firm has a balanced currency exposure to combat the impact of a stronger Kiwi dollar.

  • Iraq won't impact oil in near term: Pro  Wednesday, 11 Jun 2014 | 8:35 PM ET

    John Kingston, Global Director of News, Platts, says the advancement of Sunni rebels into the city of Tikrit won't impact oil prices as pipelines in that area have been closed since March.

  • The pros and cons of investing in Brazil  Wednesday, 11 Jun 2014 | 8:15 PM ET

    Despite Brazil's strengths, investors are concerned about hyperinflation and the government's intervention in businesses, says David Riedel, Founder & President at Riedel Research Group.

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  • Bernie Lo and Susan Li co-anchor Squawk Box from CNBC's Hong Kong studio. Squawk Box, the marquee brand in business news, is where enlightening and engaging conversations about the top stories of the day take place. Get all your news and hear the views of top CEOs, influential asset managers and newsmakers. The programme also launches you into the Asia trading day, covering key market opens, including Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai.

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  • Based at CNBC's Hong Kong studios, Bernie Lo covers core business day programming and co-anchors Squawk Box Asia.

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