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  • Ukraine cease-fire: What happens next?

    Will the Ukraine cease-fire actually hold, what could happen next, and why is Russian President Vladimir Putin so confident despite the fact that his own Finance Minister said Russia's economy was in "dire straits?" CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.

  • How do equity markets deal with geopolitics?

    Stephen Macklow-Smith, head of strategy team for European equities at JPMorgan Asset Management, says it's very difficult for equity markets to price in geopolitical events, who discusses the Russia-Ukraine cease-fire.

  • Ukraine cease-fire: How it impacts investors

    How does the cease-fire between Russia and Ukraine impact investors and businesses? Robert Buckland, chief global equity strategist at Citi Investment Research, weighs in.

  • What will this

    Discussing the cease-fire, Daragh Mcdowell, senior Russia analyst at Verisk Maplecroft, says the cease-fire doesn't change anything in the "grand scheme of things."

  • Russia-Ukraine peace deal 'opaque': Ex-diplomat

    Former British ambassador to Russia, Andrew Wood, says a cease-fire deal signed by the leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France on Thursday is "open ended."

  • 'Things are looking good' in Greece: Expert

    While an immediate resolution to the Greek drama is unlikely, rhetoric from both parties seem to be softening, says John De Clue, chief investment officer, Private Client Reserve at U.S. Bank.

  • A man walks into a Whole Foods Market in Brooklyn, New York.

    Sometimes the champions are right in front of your eyes! Jim Cramer reviews the victorious stocks of Thursday.

  • Renault CEO: 2015 will match 2014

    Renault has reported a sharp rise in 2014, in terms of its profits. Carlos Ghosn, CEO of Renault, talks about 2015's predictions and its market in Russia and Brazil.

  • Stubbs: Seeing more Russian state control

    Discussing the cease-fire between Ukraine and Russia, Alexander Stubbs, Prime Minister of Finland, says "we're seeing more elements of state control" with Russia trying to do everything to save its economy.

  • Vladimir Putin

    Former Clinton Deputy Treasury Secretary Roger Altman tells CNBC it's too early to say if the Russia-Ukraine cease-fire is a good deal.

  • Russia looks 'profoundly weak': Roger Atlman

    Evercore Partners Chairman Roger Altman, shares his thoughts on Russia's economy and whether sanctions are working to keep Putin in check.

  • Ukrainian servicemen load rockets before launching them toward pro-Russian separatist forces outside Debaltseve, eastern Ukraine February 8, 2015.

    The cease-fire agreement is only hours old and doesn't start until Sunday, but analysts fear the deal will fail.

  • Ukraine is 'not a big macro driver' for US

    Brian Reynolds, chief market strategist at Rosenblatt Securities, talks about the current state of the U.S. economy, and says the agreement between Russia and Ukraine is not a big macro driver.

  • Minsk agreement: Must be implemented

    Discussing the ceasefire deal reached between Russia and Ukraine, Rob Carnell, chief international economist at ING, says while it's a positive start, there needs to be an "implementation on the ground" to ensure that the agreement follows through.

  • Have markets reacted to the ceasefire?

    A ceasefire deal between Ukraine and Russia has been made. Simon Quijano-Evans, head of EM research at Commerzbank, discusses market reaction.

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin attends peace talks over Eastern Ukraine.

    A cease-fire between Russia and Ukraine will start Sunday, Russian President Vladimir Putin says.

  • Will a Russian ceasefire end sanctions?

    Could the agreement in Minsk between Russia and Ukraine lead to a lift in Western sanctions? James Butterfill, global equity strategist at Coutts, weighs in.

  • Ukraine deal: A 'necessary' start, not a solution

    It appears that Russia's Vladimir Putin and Ukraine's Petro Poroshenko have reached an agreement on peace in Ukraine. Christopher Granville, managing director at Trusted Sources, discusses.

  • Minsk agreement eases market concerns

    Discussing the agreement between Russia and Ukraine, Philip Shaw, chief economist at Investec says "it's a long way before we get a permanent ceasefire," but it's a step toward easing markets' concerns.

  • IMF chief on Ukraine funding

    IMF chief Christine Lagarde says Ukraine has shown an "appetite for reform" and discusses funding for the crisis-hit economy.