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Typical for trailing parties to receive a boost in the polls - Why there's only been only error in U.K. PM May's campaign

Charles Goodhart, former BOE Monetary Policy Committee member, says that it is typical for trailing parties to receive a boost in election polls just before the vote itself.

With hindsight BOE made a mistake to lower rates in August: former BoE committee member

Charles Goodhart, former Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee member, speaks about productivity and wages in the U.K.

Najib needs to be removed: Mahathir

Mahathir Mohamad, former PM of Malaysia, says Prime Minister Najib Razak's policies, which involved borrowing massive amounts, were "very wrong."

'Smart everything' at CES Asia

Gary Shapiro, Consumer Technology Association, weighs in on big themes at the Consumer Electronics Show Asia this year.

Trade protectionism more bark, less bite: International Trade Centre

Arancha Gonzalez, executive director of the International Trade Centre, discusses why global trade has been resilient to volatility coming from politics.

CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Riyadh on the economic fallout of a recent diplomatic spat between Qatar and four other Arab countries.

British PM wants to go for open Brexit: Ex Vote Leave CEO

Matthew Elliot, former CEO of the Vote Leave campaign, explains why he agrees with the U.K. prime minister’s comments that “no deal is better than a bad deal."

UK economy’s 'done pretty well’ since Brexit vote: Ex Vote Leave CEO

Matthew Elliot, former CEO of the Vote Leave Campaign talks about the Brexit vote, and responds to whether his views have changed since the U.K. voted to leave the European Union last June.

Confident Brexit will be a win-win situation: Ex Vote Leave CEO

Matthew Elliot, former CEO of the Vote Leave campaign, weighs in on whether Brexit will be a short-term success, or whether it will take time for the benefits to play out.

A Halliburton oil well fielder works on a well head at a fracking rig site January 27, 2016 near Stillwater, Oklahoma.

The real issue that OPEC faces is American shale output, says Clive McDonnell, Standard Chartered Private Bank.

'The re-isolation of Iran'

Stephen Schork, The Schork Report, says the rift between Qatar and other Arab nations leads to questions over OPEC's ability to maintain output cuts.

No major impact from terror attacks: JAL CFO

Norikazu Saito, CFO of Japan Airlines, says terror threats this year have not impacted passenger demand, but the airline is keeping a "close eye" on things.

Neighborhood policing crucial to intelligence flow: Pro

Peter Williams, lecturer in policing at Liverpool John Moores University, discusses the domestic security services' response to recent terror attacks in the U.K.

Security has risen to the key issue in final days of election campaign

CNBC's Gemma Acton says that U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's speech Sunday took a hard line on security following the second terror attack in the U.K. since the snap election was called.

Conflicts of interests among social media giants

James Gautrey, global sector specialist in technology and telecoms at Schroders, says that the role social media companies play in the spread of radicalism will not affect investor sentiment.

Islamist militant groups typically ramp up attacks during Ramadan

Otso Iho, senior analyst at IHS Markit, speaks about the counter-terrorism forces' reaction to the security threat in the U.K.

More US involvement in the GCC would be seen as meddling: Pro

Simon Mabon, lecturer in international relations of the Middle East at Lancaster University, speaks about the U.S.' role on diplomacy between Middle Eastern countries.

While market reaction to terror attacks are limited, U.K. consumer spending could decline in the short-term, notes Tai Hui, J.P. Morgan Asset Management.

Mark Mitchell, Defense Minister of New Zealand, stressed the need for stronger global cooperation in the fight against terrorism.

Because earnings drive markets, investors must wait and see if the terror attack impacts the health of companies, says Kieran Calder, Union Bancaire Privée.

Tech sector disagreeing about dealing with increasing automoation in jobs

CNBC's Arjun Kharpal speaks about how the technology sector is in debate over addressing the conflict between automation and the jobs market, with comments from Siraj Khaliq, partner at Atomico.

Every manjor company will have AI its core in 10-15 years

Siraj Khaliq, partner at Atomico, says that tech companies in Europe are now ambitious enough to grow to Google's scale, moving on from the previous preference for being acquired.

Trump's withdrawal from Paris pact will not change US momentum towards sustainability: CEO

Schneider Electric CEO Jean-Pascal Tricoire says that running a business which is environmentally friendly is a "question of good economic sense."

Reducing environmental footprint business as usual: International Paper CEO

International Paper Chairman and CEO Mark Sutton argues that Trump is listening to his advisors, despite the apparent unpopularity of his decision to relinquish the Paris climate change agreement.

Market significantly underpriced on Fed moves in next 18 months: TD Securities

Richard Kelly, head of global strategy at TD Securities and Didier Duret, global chief investment officer at ABN Amro Private Banking, speak about potential monetary policy moves from the U.S. Federal Reserve.

Could taxing robots be in store?

CNBC's Arjun reports from the Pioneers tech conference in Vienna, Austria, with comments from Andrus Ansip, European commissioner for the Digital Single Market, on the potential to tax robots.

Trump's Paris accord argument 'doesn't hold water'

Pulling out of the agreement will compromise the creation of high quality jobs in the U.S., says Mark Howden, Climate Change Institute, Australian National University.

The US can't immediately withdraw from the Paris agreement, despite Trump's decision

The U.S. won't be out of the Paris accord until it's time for a new presidential election, says UCLA professor Ann Carlson.

Canada Natl Defense Min on multilateralism, NATO spending

Harjit Sajjan, minister of national defense of Canada, says the country understands the importance of burden sharing and multilateralism.

Daniel Masters, chairman of XBT Provider, weighs in on what he perceives as the bitcoin "revolution" and the cryptocurrency's expansion into investment portfolios.

Elvira Nabiullina, head of the Central Bank of Russia, speaks about inflation, interest rates, and monetary policy.