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Jim Rogers, Rogers Holdings chairman & CEO discusses why he is skeptical the Europeans will find a solution to their problems and why the situation will be worse in the U.S. the next time there's a financial crisis.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports EU officials are considering two separate rescue funds to tackle the region's ongoing debt crisis. Central banker Fabrizio Saccomanni discusses the situation in Europe.
Are EU officials considering creating two separate rescue funds? CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera has the latest details from Europe.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche has the story on why Blackstone's CEO, Steve Schwarzman, is back home in the U.S.
Is the threat of a credit downgrade good news for Europe and investors? Arthur Hogan, Lazard Capital Markets, and Mike Holland, Holland & Company, weigh in.
Just how catastrophic would a credit downgrade be if the sovereign credit rating of euro zone countries are cut? Boris Schlossberg, GFT Forex director of currency research, discusses.
Global markets wrap with CNBC's Mandy Drury. The Dow started higher but loses its early-morning gains. 3M is higher and Bank of America agrees to pay $315 million to investors who claim they were misled about mortgage securities.
A dip in Europe on the day. S&P puts the European Financial Stability Fund on creditwatch negative. Meanwhile, Merkel downplays the possibility of a downgrade and German industrial orders in November post their biggest gain since March 2010, with CNBC's Carl Quintanilla & Gary Kaminsky, and Fast Money trader Joe Terranova.
The possibility of credit ratings cuts for Germany and other top-rated European nations is putting a damper on the recent rally in the U.S., with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and David Malpass, Encima Global.
Insight on the S&P's warning to the EU of a potential downgrade of five countries; GE's upgrade; and Darden's guidance, with the Squawk on the Street team.
Realty prices in Europe are expected to fall even more in 2012 as the continent continues to battle through its debt crisis, with Thomas Flexner, Citigroup Global Head Of Real Estate. Flexner also adds insight on U.S. and Chinese realty markets. "There's a lot of risk embedded in China," says Flexner.
Kevin Ferry, Cronus Futures, sheds insight on global markets:"It's impressive that the market is holding in given the Asian markets were lower yesterday," he says.
Analysis of the global markets, particularly Europe as it manages its debt crisis, with CNBC's Ross Westgate.
A roundup of the global markets. U.S. stock futures are mixed as investors await news out of Europe. European markets react negatively to S&P's threatened downgrade of 15 European countries, oil is off slightly and all of Asia is keeping a close eye on this week's European summit.
Frederic Neumann, MD & Co-Head of Asian Economic Research at HSBC, thinks Standard & Poor's negative credit watch of 15 euro zone countries was timed to put pressure on EU leaders, but is doubtful over its effectiveness.
Lorraine Tan, Director of Equity Research, Asia at S&P Capital IQ, sees Asian banks doing well in 2012 because of their immunity to events in Europe and lower interest rates in the region.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs has the latest details on Europe's debt crisis, and the impact of the S&P placing 15 EU countries on negative credit watch, with Randy Kroszner, former Federal Reserve governor.
Eric Lascelles, Chief Economist at RBC Global Asset Management says the S&P downgrade presents a risk for all the progress achieved so far. He adds that S&P cannot be blamed for the downgrade because countries are already in the weight of a possible recession.
Michael Gibbs, Director of Equity Strategy Group at Morgan Keegan talks about S&P cutting its ratings outlook on 15 euro zone nations to negative. He also says the markets will force a euro bond.
Is Italy's latest austerity plan a step in the right direction or will progress and investor optimism be short-lived? Marco Tronchetti Provera, Pirelli Tyre S.p.A chairman & CEO, provides perspective.
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The European Commission has found that Apple's Irish tax deal was in breach of European Union law. CNBC's Catherine Boyle reports on the "interesting" timing of the announcement.
John Krey, director at S&P Capital IQ, says investors should continue to have a "market weight" in Hong Kong despite the protests and discusses emerging markets, including India.
George Hill, analyst at Deutsche Bank, discusses Walgreens ahead of earnings and explains his buy rating on the stock following the Alliance Boots acquisition.