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PCs not a sunset industry: Lenovo CFO

Wong Wai Ming, CFO of Lenovo, says the entrance of new competitors in the PC industry reflects how opportunities continue to exist in the sector.

OPEC supply cuts this year won't be enough to drawdown inventories

Supply and demand in the oil market are expected to be roughly balanced for the rest of the year, says Victor Shum at IHS Energy Insight.

1 more China downgrade in the works?

Ken Wong, Eastspring Investments, says some economist see another ratings downgrade for China in the next three to four years.

Police stand guard near the Manchester Arena on May 23, 2017 in Manchester, England.

CNBC's Willem Marx reports from Manchester on the investigation into this week's terror attack.

Seen a dampening of sentiment in China: Vedanta Resources CEO

Vedanta Resources CEO Tom Albanese speaks about earnings and the business environment in China.

Moody's downgrade confirms what we know about China's debt: CEO

Longview Economics CEO Chris Watling discusses Chinese debt and the country's broader economic strategy.

Govt measures 'not quite enough' to contain risks in China, says Moody's

Marie Diron from Moody's Investors Service explains the factors behind China's downgrade from Aa3 to A1.

China's debt will continue to grow, says Moody's

Marie Diron from Moody's Investors Service talks about the outlook of China after the country's rating got downgraded.

3 more Fed rate hikes a possibility: Heller

Robert Heller, former Federal Reserve governor, weighs in on the number of interest rate hikes expected this year and the latest federal budget plans.

Engaging with local Muslim communities and stepping up information sharing are key, notes Thomas Sanderson of CSIS.

Blast in Manchester kills 19

Officials must now rely on forensic investigations to figure out the type of explosive device used, said Stratfor's Fred Burton.

Netflix product chief says its more focused on improving services instead of competitors

Netflix and its competitors are competing for a user's time against other activities like reading a book or going out, says Greg Peters of Netflix.

Always open to US return to TPP: Japan's Seko

Hiroshige Seko, minister of economy, trade and industry of Japan, says the U.S. might have accounted for a large part of the deal but TPP still has its value.

Trump will need to reassure Israel that the U.S. is not actually pursuing the one-state solution he campaigned on, says Jonathan Lieber, Eurasia Group.

US not changing decision on TPP: Lighthizer

From the TransPacific Partnership (TPP) 11 to the U.S. stance on free trade, Sri Jegarajah reports on the developments out of the APEC trade meeting.

Expect more collaboration between US/Saudi private sectors: Pro

Fahd Al-Rasheed, group CEO of King Abdullah Economic City, reflects on what U.S. President Donald Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia means for the countries' relationship.

Past shows that it is possible to do deals with Russia: Norwegian foreign minister

Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende speaks about Russia's role in the Syrian civil war.

Trump right to reach out to the Middle East: Norwegian foreign minister

Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende speaks about U.S. President Donald Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia, the result of the recent Iranian election and Russia's role in the Syrian civil war.

President Donald Trump delivers remarks during a joint news conference with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos at the White House May 18, 2017 in Washington, DC.

"It's almost 50-50 that the Trump won't be in office by the end of 2018," warns PredictIt co-founder John Aristotle Phillips, citing market data.

Alibaba takes the Amazon path

Duncan Clark, BDA China, says Alibaba's move into cloud and content is costing the company's earnings.

Brazil crisis: More uncertainty ahead?

The Brazilian markets have been through worse before but things could still spin out of control, says Jim Rickards, Strategic Intelligence.

Volkswagen CEO Mueller subject of emissions probe

CNBC's Nancy Hungerford speaks about Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller and others at the top of the company being investigated for their disclosure of its emissions scandal.

The Trump trade had been in reversal for ‘a long time’: Pro

Richard Lewis, head of global equities at Fidelity International, weighs in on the jitters seen on Wall Street concerning news out of the U.S. administration, with comment on strategy.

Expensive US markets don't deter us: OTPP CEO

Ron Mock, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan CEO, weighs in on U.S. valuations and energy stocks.

Possibility of Trump impeachment floated

However, the U.S. is "a long time away" from securing the two-thirds of the Senate needed for a conviction, says Thad Kousser, University of California, San Diego.

Singtel Q4 profits up 2%; revenues rise 5%

Competition in the market might be on the rise but Chua Sock Koong, group CEO of Singtel, says the telco's overseas businesses remain market leaders.

Tencent 'could be a road map for Facebook'

Charles Sizemore, Sizemore Capital Management, weighs in on Tencents "mind-boggling" 58% surge in profits on year.