CNBC Television | Europe Squawk Box Europe

More

  • North Korea claims hydrogen bomb test

    SBS CNBC's June Yoon reports on South Korea's reaction to North Korea's claims it has successfully tested a hydrogen bomb.

  • Shi'ite cleric was a terrorist: Saudi foreign minister

    Adel Al-Jubeir, Saudi Arabian foreign minister, responds to criticism of the execution of a Shi'ite cleric, stating he was a terrorist and comparable to Osama bin Laden

  • Iran didn’t protect our embassy: Saudi Arabia FinMin

    Speaking to CNBC, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir discusses the events that led to the ransacking of its embassy in Tehran.

  • Iran contributed to rise of IS: Saudi Arabia FinMin

    Speaking to CNBC, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir says Iran contributed to the rise of the so-called Islamic State terrorist group.

  • Military making progress in Yemen: Saudi Arabia

    Speaking to CNBC, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir discusses military intervention in Yemen.

  • We want to engage with Russia: Saudi Arabia FinMin

    Speaking to CNBC, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir says he’d like to engage with Russia to help improve ties with the country.

  • We’re diversifying our economy: Saudi Arabia

    Speaking to CNBC, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir outlines steps that have been taken to diversify the country’s economy to curb dependency on oil revenues.

  • European stocks open higher despite wild China trade

    European markets opened higher on Tuesday despite volatile trade in China, following a rout in the previous session.

  • Your active manager won't protect you: CIO

    Alan Miller, CIO of SCMDirect.com, warns investors against blindly trusting their active manager to spot when the market is going to fall.

  • The FTSE100 could regain momentum: CIO

    Alan Miller, CIO of SCMDirect.com, argues that if oil prices stabilize, blue chip stocks in the UK stock market would gain value, while mid-caps values are high and may be overstretched.

  • How to make money in 2016?

    Alan Miller, CIO of SCMDirect.com, reminds investors of the importance of having a spread of assets and keeping costs low in an era of low returns.

  • 2016 will be similar to 2015: Moody's VP

    Marie Diron, senior VP of Moody's Investors Service, argues that 2016 will feel very familiar to 2015, in that the same problems, such as the China slow-down and recessions in Russia and Brazil, will have an impact on the market.

  • China slowdown will be gradual: Moody's VP

    Marie Diron, senior VP of Moody's Investors Service, argues that China will continue to slow very gradually as the government is more likely to support the economy rather than reform it.

  • China will step in to fix economic weakness: CEO

    Robin Bew, CEO of The Economist Intelligence Unit, discusses the Chinese economy and a weaker yuan.

  • The Fed will hike to 1% by end of 2016: CEO

    Robin Bew, CEO of The Economist Intelligence Unit, expects the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates once every three months.

  • M&A boom will continue in 2016: Analyst

    Karri Vuori, ‎head of M&A at Panmure Gordon, says the ingredients that led to a boom in M&A in 2015 are still present for 2016.

  • Is now the time to invest in Brazil?

    Will Ballard, head of emerging market & Asia Pacific equities at Aviva Investors, discusses the recession in Brazil and says there is no valuation discount for investors looking to buy equities in the country.

  • Tensions in the Middle East rise

    CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Riyadh about the mounting tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran.

  • Can China stem the market selloff?

    Will Ballard, head of emerging market & Asia Pacific equities at Aviva Investors, says the outlook for China has been tough.

  • Barrier of entry to online retail is high: CEO

    Ulric Jerome, CEO of online luxury fashion retailer Matchesfashion.com, discusses his company's business model.

About Squawk Box Europe

  • During three hours of unscripted and dynamic debate, CNBC's flagship show leads you into the open of the European markets. Each trading day, anchors Geoff Cutmore, Steve Sedgwick and Karen Tso are joined by leading business personalities and financial market specialists adding to the debate. The show opens with the Overnight Indicator covering Asia's market performance and analysis on how the US markets fared, with the second hour 'Squawk Pre-Trade' focusing on news affecting the opening call and futures prices. Finally, Squawk Real-Time focuses on live market trades and market reaction to major stories of the day.

Contact Squawk Box Europe

  • Showtimes

    Europe
    Monday - Friday 07:00 - 10:00 CET
    Asia
    Monday - Friday 13:00 - 16:00 SIN/HK
    Australia
    Monday - Friday 15:00 - 18:00 SYD

 

  • Geoff Cutmore

    Geoff Cutmore is co-anchor for CNBC’s flagship programme Squawk Box in EMEA; the three-hour show bookends the opening of European equity markets.

  • Karen Tso

    Based in London, Tso co-anchors CNBC flagship show in EMEA, Squawk Box, a show that sets the news agenda every trading day.

  • Stephen Sedgwick

    Stephen Sedgwick co-anchors CNBC's flagship program Squawk Box Europe and is also CNBC's OPEC reporter covering major meetings.

Follow Squawk Box Europe