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Nannette Hechler of Credit Suisse International Wealth Management explains how the rising trend of angry societies worldwide could impact policy.

A "pro-cyclical fiscal policy" in Washington could increase the public debt to GDP ratio, warned Vitor Gaspar, director of fiscal affairs at the IMF.

Henrique Meirelles, Finance Minister of Brazil, discusses the impact of a Trump presidency, a slowing China and his country's beef scandal.

CNBC's Willem Marx reports from Westminster on the U.K.'s snap election, with comments from Prime Minister Theresa May and leaders of major opposing parties.

Smartphone at the heart of Facebook's reality push, for now

CNBC's Arjun Kharpal speaks about Facebook's strategy to enter the augmented and virtual reality space, as it launches its social VR platform Facebook Spaces.

Arab oil ministers discuss whether the oil price can reach mid $60s

CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Abu Dhabi where Middle Eastern oil ministers are meeting to discuss the current market environment and its effect on Gulf economies.

CNBC's Gemma Acton speaks about AkzoNobel's first-quarter earnings.

Could Audi go head-to-head with Tesla?

Rupert Stadler, chairman of Audi, talks about the automaker's new electric E-Tron Sportback and the growing appeal of electric vehicles in China.

Time of change in automotive industry: Jaguar Land Rover CEO

Ralf Speth, CEO of Jaguar Land Rover, says the iconic automaker is looking to high tech spaces, including autonomous and electric vehicles.

OPEC would be foolish not to extend cuts: Pro

Mark Keenan, Societe Generale, says the markets are wrestling with increasing U.S. shale production and prospects of an extension in OPEC output cuts.

'Upside for pound is limited'

Elias Haddad, Commonwealth Bank, says a large current account deficit and negative real interest rates will restrict upside for the GBP.

Switzerland is not manipulating currency: Official

The Swiss franc is "grossly overvalued" due to its safe haven status and the weak euro, explains Jörg Gasser, Switzerland state secretary for International Financial Matters.

Moneygram-Ant Financial deal pending approval

Moneygram CEO Alex Holmes explains what U.S. officials will be focusing on as they assess the acquisition and describes why the deal is a "win-win" situation for both firms.

Prosecutors indicted Park on 18 charges, including bribery and abuse of power, for her role in a corruption scandal, reports Chery Kang from Seoul.

Domestic SUV makers shine at Shanghai Auto Show

Mainland buyers have long preferred foreign SUVs but local brands Great Wall, Geely and Guangzhou Auto are currently dominating the market, says Michael Dunne of Dunne Automotive.

As Asian consumers grow, demand for services such as emergency medical care can boost Honeywell's business, explains the firm's Southeast Asia President Briand Greer.

Chinese bike-sharing startup Ofo is now valued at $2 billion, Sophia Yan reports live from Beijing.

Micky Pant, CEO at Yum China, is confident on the company's outlook after same-store sales rose 1 percent in the first quarter.

Trump's comments about the US dollar being too high could be a form of currency manipulation, warns David Kuo, CEO of The Motley Fool Singapore.

Bates Gill, Australian National University, says Trump's strategy, while not new, involves increasing pressure on North Korea while compelling China to do more.

China is on the US' currency monitoring list

Donald Trump might have backtracked on labeling China a currency manipulator but the world's second-largest economy has been kept on a "monitoring list."

North Korea's next step

John Park, Asian security analyst at the Harvard Kennedy School, says Kim Jong-un appears to be preparing for a sixth nuclear test in North Korea.

Is the greenback fairly valued?

Jim Rickards, Strategic Intelligence, says he's not reading too much into Donald Trump's comments on the dollar being too strong.

Traders are in treacherous territory: Analyst

The strong rise in U.S. major banks' stocks are on the back of policy expectations which can be risky, says John Maxfield from The Motley Fool.

Toshiba woes: 'I think they will survive'

Amir Anvarzadeh, BGC Securities, says the Japanese government will be Toshiba's last resort to stay alive.

Could dollar/yen be headed lower?

David Mann, Standard Chartered Bank, weighs in on the direction of the Japanese yen.

There's more than $700,000 worth of whisky in this room

CNBC goes inside the invite-only Johnnie Walker House in Singapore.

The Fed is testing the waters: Strategist

Tapering the Federal Reserve's massive balance sheet is uncharted territory, says Westpac Bank's Sean Callow.

Bank of Singapore CIO: It's business as usual for markets

John Jooste, CIO at Bank of Singapore, says geopolitical risks have not yet dampened the market's sentiment.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visits Baekdu Mountain Architecture Research Institute in this undated picture provided by KCNA in Pyongyang on March 11, 2017.

The Trump-ordered airstrikes on Syria sends a clear message to China about keeping North Korea in check, says Dane Chamorro from Control Risks.

Favor European solution to NPL issue: Italy's Dep Fin Min

Italy's Deputy Finance Minister Enrico Morando responds to whether he expected there to be any more government interventions in the Italian banking sector.