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  • We remain overweight on equities: Pro

    Bob Doll, Chief Equity Strategist at Nuveen Asset Management, says jitters from Ukraine and China will subside eventually and equities will get a boost from positive U.S. manufacturing data.

  • Fundamentals in Russian banks attractive: Pro

    Apostolos Bantis, credit analyst at Commerzbank, says Russian banks have "sufficient buffers" to withstand pressures from the country's economy.

  • Need to focus on Ukraine economy: Pro

    Charles Dallara, The Americas of Partners Group, discusses Ukraine's economy and sanctions on Russia. Ukraine's economy is in desperate need of support, Dallara says.

  • Surprised at tepidness of Russia sanctions: Pro

    Discussing the strength of sanctions put on Russia, with Charles Dallara, The Americas of Partners Group; Dr. Angela Stent, professor at Georgetown University; and William Taylor, United States Institute of Peace.

  • The West keeping their powder dry: Pro

    Erik Ristuben, Chief Investment Strategist at Russell Investments, says Russia can't afford to stop exporting gas given its weak economy.

  • Bull market still intact: Chu

    Discussing how geopolitical concerns for Russia, Ukraine, and China are impacting the overall market, with Jeffrey Saut, Raymond James; Cardiff Garcia, FT Alphaville; Independent tech reporter Natali Morris; "Fast Money" contributor Brian Kelly; and CNBC's Dominic Chu. Garcia says geopolitical events didn't affect markets today.

  • Obama imposes sanctions on 11

    CNBC's Eamon Javers discusses who will be affected by the sanctions President Obama placed on Russia.

  • Russian stocks: A time to buy?

    Discussing the rhetoric coming out of Russia and how global markets are reading the crisis in Ukraine, with Tom Lydon, Global Trends Investments, and Willis Sparks, Eurasia Group global macro analyst.

  • This winter-into-spring of disturbance could generate a "summer of grumbling discontent" for the global economy, according to a Wall Street forecast.

  • Less geopolitical hope for Russia: Trader

    Tim Seymour, Triogem Asset Management CIO, discusses if now is the time to jump into the beaten down Russian stock market. CNBC's Steve Liesman and Michelle Caruso-Cabrera weigh in.

  • Playing the selloff in Russia

    The Russian stock market has been getting hit hard, CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and Steve Liesman, discuss why investors may be looking at Russia as an investment opportunity.

  • 'What's up with this world?': Ukraine PM

    Ukraine would rather have a diplomatic solution to the crisis with Russia but will defend itself if provoked further, says Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Ukrainian prime minister.

  • Crimea is a 'big mistake' for Russia

    Russia has made a "big mistake" as no country in the world will cooperate with a Russian Crimea, says Petro Poroshenko, Ukraine member of Parliament.

  • Ukraine: What it reveals about Putin

    Andrew Foxall, director of the Russia studies center at The Henry Jackson Society, says the Crimean referendum could be seen as "hugely significant" because of what it reveals about Putin's nature.

  • Russia wants Kiev: Klitschko

    Russia is not only interested in Crimea but the whole of Ukraine, says Ukrainian presidential candidate Vitali Klitschko, but adds that the country is "ready to defend" itself.

  • Key politicians in Ukraine very concerned

    CNBC's Steve Sedgwick spoke with Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk about defending the country's sovereignty.

  • US may impose further sanctions: Javers

    CNBC's Eamon Javers reacts to President Obama's move to authorize a "very tough" set of sanctions on Russia.

  • Pres. Obama authorizes sanctions on Russia

    President Barack Obama announces a series of sanctions against Russia and warned of further measures. Obama said, "Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity must be respected and international law must be upheld."

  • Global markets waiting on Putin

    Discussing what Ukraine means for global markets, with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.

  • Crimea already feels like Russia: Reporter

    Crimea voted to secede from Ukraine and join Russia, a move declared illegal by western leaders, reports NBC's Ian Williams.