Looking for stronger economic growth during an election year, Washington should prevent Germany from shrinking the European markets that take a quarter of American exports. » Read More
Valdis Dombrovskis, vice president of the European Commission, discusses the euro zone economy. » Read More
By: Silvia Amaro
The German government should now look to ease its rules on fiscal spending in an effort to bolster its flagging economy, Valdis Dombrovskis, a vice-president of the European Commission, told CNBC Friday. » Read More
If a big institution such as Deutsche fails, it's "plausible" that it could trigger a recession, says Simon Baptist of the Economist Intelligence Unit. » Read More
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CNBC's Steve Liesman takes a look at global economic data that shows multiple countries seeing the same slowdown in their economies.
Christian Schulz, director of European economics at Citi, discusses the ECB's monetary policy,
Blu Putnam of CME Group says there won't be a U.S. recession because the job market is doing "fine" and consumers are likely to keep spending.
Andrea Montanino, chief economist at Confindustria and former executive director of the IMF, discusses the Italian economy.
Germany shouldn't implement a "kitchen sink" type of fiscal stimulus, but a modest one is "warranted," says Jacob Kirkegaard of the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
Andrew Kenningham, chief Europe economist at Capital Economics, says Germany's economic suffering is a "major issue" for the rest of the EU.
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CNBC's "Power Lunch" team discusses the G-7 meeting and what it has meant so far for global trade with Sameer Samana of Wells Fargo and David Bianco of DWS Americas.
Clemens Fuest, president of Germany's Ifo Institute for Economic Research, discusses the country's economic slowdown.
Richard Martin of IMA Asia says central bankers can't do much in the current environment, and governments across North America and Europe are going to turn back to fiscal policy.
Dino Kos, international head of regulatory affairs at CLS Bank and former New York Fed official, and CNBC's Mike Santoli, join the "Squawk Box" team to discuss what the markets are hoping to hear from Fed Chairman Jay Powell will say about the economy and rates during the Jackson Hole Fed symposium.
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U.S. President Donald Trump claims that the Fed is behind the curve in lowering rates. Steve Cochrane of Moody's Analytics says it's not fair to compare Europe and the U.S. because there's "good reason" to fear for the European economy, but America still has "one of the strongest economies" in the world.
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