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Why this analyst is looking for a pullback

Wayne Kaufman, Phoenix Financial Services, says the pullback in U.S. markets is likely to be a shallow one given the strong earnings picture.

China Bond Connect: 'Not a case of build and they'll come'

Rachel Ziemba, Roubini Global Economics, says foreign investors will want to be paid for undertaking greater risk in EM bond markets.

'Very clear' that North Korea threat entering new stage: Abe

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe welcomed President Trump's stance on North Korea as he warned of growing threats from the rogue nation.

Japan must take on leadership role in TPP: Abe

TPP momentum must not be lost following Washington's exit from the trade deal, according to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Ransomware cyberattack a 'lower level' of threat: FireEye

Despite the lower level of threat posed by the latest cyberattacks, the impacts were significant, says Tim Wellsmore, FireEye.

Not enough focus on oil demand, rather than supply: UBS

Dean Turner, economist at UBS Wealth Management CIO (Chief Investment Office), discusses the price of oil and his expectations of how volatility will impact markets.

Who will Macron pick as France’s Prime Minister?

CNBC’s Claire Fournier discusses who could be named as the next prime minister of France, which is expected to be announced by President Emmanuel Macron on Monday.

Macron to name his prime minister

CNBC's Claire Fournier speaks about Emmanuel Macron's potential pick for prime minster, Republican Edouard Philippe, who is intended as a "symbol of renewal."

CNBC's Annette Weisbach speaks about Angela Merkel and Martin Schulz's potential to win the German federal election later this year.

Portugese government does not want to bear the political cost of heavy decisions: Pro

Ricardo Santos Silva, partner at Aethel Partners, speaks about his company's bid in January for Portuguese bank Novo Banco.

'WannaCry' attack: More to come?

Ryan Kalember, Proofpoint, warns that there could be "a few more" waves of cyberattacks after the vulnerability in Microsoft software was highlighted.

CFTNI's Harry Kazianis warns that Kim Jong-un's next step would be to test an intercontinental-range ballistic missile that could hit the U.S.

China's great leap outward

Steve Wilford, Control Risks Group, weighs in on the countries and companies stand to gain the most from China's "One Belt One Road" initiative.

Advertising is a challenged sector

Alan McIntosh, chief investment strategist at Quilter Cheviot, and Saker Nusseibeh, CEO and banking standards board member at Hermes Investment Management, discuss a deal between Vivendi and Havas.

Lack of diversity on fund boards - strong push to increasing diversty for fund managers

Alastair Sewell, head of FAM group for EMEA and APAC at Fitch Ratings, speaks about the lack of women - and diversity generally - on fund boards.

We had a great first quarter

Rusal CFO Alexandra Bouriko speaks about earnings, demand in China and where the price of aluminum could move to.

Saker Nusseibeh, CEO and banking standards board member at Hermes Investment Management, discusses the case for investing in Unilever.

Invest ing as rather than oil due to EV disruption

Saker Nusseibeh, CEO and banking standards board member at Hermes Investment Management, and Alan McIntosh, chief investment strategist at Quilter Cheviot, speak about investment in the oil market.

AIIB and OBOR are not identical: AIIB President

Jin Liqun, president of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, outlines the criteria countries need to meet in order to take out loans.

Myanmar goes from 0G to 4G

The least-developed countries are doing more in the fintech space than their developed counterparts, says Serge Pun, chairman of Serge Pun & Associates.

There are 20 billion cyber attacks every day: Cisco

Naveen Menon, Cisco, says there is great potential growth for the digital economy in ASEAN but cybersecurity infrastructure needs to be developed first.

Lawrence Ho on end of Melco, Crown partnership

Lawrence Ho, Melco Resorts & Entertainment, says the company will focus on the potential of the Japanese markets.

Snap, Facebook and millennials

Eric Kim, Goodwater Capital, weighs in on the competition between Facebook and Snap for millennial users.

This is what's eating into Toyota's profits

Toyota's profits are suffering because of the United States, which is plateauing as a market, says Michael Dunne of Dunne Automotive.

Markets are down in South Korea but...

David Sokulsky, Crestone Wealth Management, says Moon Jae-in's election win is a positive for Korean markets even though the Kospi edged lower.

OBOR will affect movies too: Zhang Yimou

Filmmaker Zhang Yimou tells CNBC's Sophia Yan about how China's "One Belt, One Road" project will influence culture and Hollywood's ties with China.

US prepares lawsuit over Fiat Chrysler diesel emissions: Report

Reports have emerged that the U.S. Justice Department will sue Fiat Chrysler over excess diesel emissions. CNBC’s Nancy Hungerford discusses the reported news.

Can a new South Korean government ease tensions with the North?

Unlikely, says Michael Green of CSIS, as Pyongyang is very much set on its course of developing ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons.

Sunshine policy 3.0 in South Korea

If Moon Jae-in is elected, he is likely to favor proactive diplomacy with North Korea, says Duyeon Kim, visiting senior fellow at the Korean Peninsula Future Forum.

'Cornerstone' of Australian budget will be housing and infrastructure

CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports on what to expect from Australia's upcoming budget announcement later in the day.

US interest rate has no correlation to MSCI: Mobius

Mark Mobius, Templeton Emerging Markets Group, says growth in developed countries leads to more money flowing out into the global economy.