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Difficult to announce this loss: RBS CFO

RBS CFO Ewen Stevenson discusses the bank's latest earnings, which saw it post its ninth consecutive year of losses.

Currency manipulation labeling is much ado about nothing: Expert

Mark Matthews of Bank Julius Baer says nothing is likely to come out of currency manipulation talks even if they are held.

Why the iPhone can't be made in the US

Willy Shih, professor at Harvard Business School, says getting manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. will involve more than just issuing edicts.

Pro: US won't call China a currency manipulator but there's a 'back door'

The U.S. could target specific industries in China as violating trade rules, which would lead to trade tensions, says Diane Swonk of DS Economics.

Qantas is outperforming competitors: CEO

However, international airlines are facing headwinds on the capacity front, says Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas.

What you need to know about Russia's APT28

Patrick Walsh, VP of FireEye, talks about APT28, a cyber operations team sponsored by the Russian government, and the reality of information warfare.

March is too soon for a Fed rate hike: Expert

Jack McIntyre of Brandywine Global Investment Management says he's in the "two rate hike" camp and that he's expecting a June rate hike.

Loretta Mester: 'Comfortable' if interest rates are higher

Loretta Mester, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, says she would be comfortable with higher interest rates if the economy continues on the path its on.

Expect $25 billion from Japanese integrated resorts: CLSA

Jon Oh, head of gaming at CLSA, says he expects more than just 1 or 2 casino operators to enter the Japanese market.

'Hard to see' how coal regulation rollback can improve jobs: Mester

Loretta Mester, president of the Cleveland Fed, says bringing back mining production might not necessarily lead to more jobs.

Convinced Marine Le Pen cannot be next French preident

European Commissioner for Finance Pierre Moscovici says that he "cannot imagine 50 percent of the French are crazy enough to vote for (Marine Le Pen.)"

Le Pen does not have the slightest chance of election: Publicis CEO

Publicis CEO Maurice Levy explains his views on the French election race and why France is a "great land for investors."

Robus business growth worldwide: InterContinental CEO

InterContinental Hotels Group CEO Richard Solomons weighs in on the company's earnings, which reveal "pretty good revenue growth around the world."

Expert: Everyone loves a good Greek drama but...

Charles Dallara, vice chairman of Partners Group, says it will take years to correct structural problems in the Greek economy.

Cybersecurity vulnerabilities to watch out for

Mahendra Negi, CFO of Trend Micro, says that changes in technology and user behavior create challenges in security.

The real question about gold

Brett McGonegal, CEO of Capital Link International, says it all boils down to how investors are playing gold.

Strong start in Covestro's brief history: CEO particularly strong start in China

Covestro CEO Patrick Thomas discusses his company's latest earnings, with particular focus on the China market.

Unilever, Kraft-Heinz deal buzz not over yet

Tressis Gestion CIO Daniel Lacalle responds to news that Kraft Heinz has dropped its bid to buy Unilever.

'Happy days' for China markets: Expert

Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities, says financials have been underpinning the markets in Hong Kong.

Trump's war on the press

Tom Switzer, senior fellow at the U.S. Studies Centre, University of Sydney, talks about how the role of the media in keeping government accountable.

Brand Korea facing damage: Expert

Tony Michell, MD at Korea Associates Business Consultancy, weighs in on the arrest of Samsung's Jay Y. Lee and its impact on the Korean markets.

Allianz CFO Dieter Wemmer talks about how the financial services firm will work under a Donald Trump presidency, with added comment on Pimco.

Allianz CFO Dieter Wemmer talks about Generali, deal activity and whether it’s an opportunistic time to be making purchases in the financial services sector.

CNBC’s Matt Taylor talks to Steven Joyce, finance minister of New Zealand, about protectionism and Australia and New Zealand’s relationship with the new U.S. administration.

Apple is the world's most admired company for 10th straight year

Scott DeCarlo at Fortune Magazine talks about the Fortune's list of the world's most admired companies in 2017.

How investors are reacting to Samsung

Daniel Yoo of Kiwoom Securities says investors are more focused on what the next growth area rather than the ties between chaebols and politics.

Wooing Chinese consumers with Michelin stars

Lawrence Ho, CEO of Melco Crown Entertainment, talks about the tastes of Chinese consumers and how Macau needs to stay ahead of the game.