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Lee Cheuk-Yan, Hong Kong Legislator and Chairman of the Labour Party, calls the agreed wage increase for Hong Kong port workers a "half win", saying the union will continue to work for a collective bargaining agreement.

Marc Desmidt, MD & Head of Alpha Strategies at BlackRock Asia Pacific discusses the structural policies of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe - the last of his 3 policy 'arrows.'

Jim Cramer doesn't like high-frequency trading, but since the government is letting it continue, he says investors should learn how to protect themselves, and even profit, from the "madness" it creates. (4:52)

It's time to short the long bond, Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter says. (3:11)

Doug Kass: I'm Still a Berkshire Bear     Mon, 6 May '13 | 5:29 PM ET

After having a chance to square off with Warren Buffett himself at the annual shareholder meeting, Doug Kass said he's still a Berkshire bear. Here's why.

In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Bob Pisani about positive signs he sees in the stock market's consolidation after big gains Friday. (2:54)

Santelli's Postmortem on Jobs Report     Mon, 6 May '13 | 10:40 AM ET

As he reflects on Friday's employment report for April, Rick Santelli sees negative changes in the jobs market due to Obamacare. (3:11)

Cramer on Warren Buffett and Stocks     Mon, 6 May '13 | 9:00 AM ET

Jim Cramer endorses Warren Buffett's view, expressed over the weekend at Berkshire Hathaway's shareholder meeting and this morning in a CNBC interview, that stocks are reasonably priced and a better buy right now than bonds.

Warren Buffett tells CNBC's Becky Quick that stock indexes will go a "lot higher" in her lifetime and advises investors not to pay so much attention to short-term moves.

Laurent Fabius, Foreign Minister of France tells CNBC's Bernie Lo and Kelly Evans that France is committed to drawing in more investment.

Zafrul Aziz, CEO of Maybank Investment Bank, describes the election results from the perspective of Malaysia Inc.

Malaysia's ruling coalition extended its 56-year grip on power, winning Sunday's general election. However, claims of voter fraud are rising. CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar has the latest.

Investors continue to rush into Indonesia despite growing economic setbacks. CNBC's Deirdre Wang Morris speaks to Sandiaga Uno, the founder of one of Indonesia's largest investment firms, Saratoga Capital, and asked him about the road ahead for the economy.

In a CNBC.com-only interview after a marathon question-and-answer session with shareholders, Becky Quick asks Warren Buffett to comment on some of Charlie Munger's best lines, and asks about his new Twitter account.

Dow 20,000 Not Far Off: Pro     Fri, 3 May '13 | 4:20 PM ET

Ralph Acampora, Altaira Investment Solutions, says Dow 20,000 is not as far off as you may think. (4:21)

In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Bob Pisani about this morning's surprisingly strong jobs data and the financial markets' reaction. (3:10)

Charlie Munger, Berkshire Hathaway vice chairman, tells CNBC's Becky Quick why he thinks bankers "are like heroin addicts,' and high frequency trading is "legalized front running." (4:26)

Warren Buffett's long-time business partner Charlie Munger tells CNBC's Becky Quick why he thinks you can't trust bankers. (0:45)

Art Cashin's Play on Jobs Surprise     Fri, 3 May '13 | 10:41 AM ET

Arthur Cashin, UBS Financial Services, provides his perspective on today's better-than-expected jobs numbers and the dramatic triple-digit gains on the Dow. (4:13)

In this collection of clips from an interview with Becky Quick last night, Warren Buffett comments on the economy, Berkshire’s stake in IBM, and reveals why he finally started a Twitter account. (2:06)

Why Cramer Wants to Buy LinkedIn     Fri, 3 May '13 | 9:11 AM ET

Jim Cramer is very positive on a stock that got clobbered last night after a disappointing revenue outlook. (2:06)

Ewald Nowotny, member of the Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB), tells CNBC that markets over interpreted the possibility of negative deposit rates and there is no specific plan in that direction.

Iron Man 3 could power up earnings at Disney after the block buster pulled in nearly $308 million worldwide over the last week.CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.

What is missing in business today? CNBC's Maria Bartiromo shares her observation on confidence and the value of certainty.

Talking Numbers: Good Intel?     Thu, 2 May '13 | 3:30 PM ET

Technical analyst Richard Ross is bullish on Intel, but fundamental analyst Enis Taner says it's his favorite stock to sell. (2:14)

Until we get something more positive for the gold market, investors are going to have to live with volatility, says Dan Denbow of USAA on CNBC.com's "Futures Now." (0:53)

CNBC's Carl Quintanilla tries out Google Glass and asks the Wall Street crowd what they think during an outdoor interview with CNET.com senior editor Scott Stein.

In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Bob Pisani about strange reactions in the financial markets after ECB chief Mario Draghi held a news conference.

CNBC's Simon Hobbs challenges stock market strategist Bob Doll after he notes that stock investors don't want the economy to become too strong.

During a news conference, CNBC's Geoff Cutmore asks ECB chief Mario Draghi to react to a Tweet from the Pope suggesting the ECB is concentrating too much on helping financial markets and not enough on boosting the underlying economy.

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