Worldwide Exchange

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CNBC Premiered Jun 04, 2009 Unknown

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  • 2012
    • No episodes have been added for this season of Worldwide Exchange.
  • 2011
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  • 2010
    • Strategy
      Strategy
      Episode 0504
      5/4/10
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      Leo Tilman, president of L.M.Tilman & Co. & author or 'Financial Darwinism'.
    • Strategy
      Strategy
      Episode 0504
      5/4/10
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      Leo Tilman, president of L.M.Tilman & Co. & author or 'Financial Darwinism'.
    • China to Revalue Yuan?
      3/26/10
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      China will revalue its currency in its own time because it needs to control its inflation, Roman Scott from Calamander Capital told CNBC Friday.
    • Over Supply in Bond Market
      3/26/10
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      Government bond yields are likely to drift higher "simply because supply will outstrip demand," Peter Dixon from Commerzbank told CNBC Friday.
    • Can Japan Escape Deflation?
      3/26/10
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      Japan is still mired in deflation, according to the latest economid data. Seijiro Takeshita from Mizuho International and Roman Scott from Calamander Capital consider the outlook.
    • The Nikkei Business Report
      3/26/10
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      The Nikkei 225 ended 1.6% higher Friday as a weaker yen helped to boost export-driven stocks. The Nikkei's Makiko Utsuda has the details.
    • US, China Relations Not Getting Worse
      Relations between the US and China have been in focus recently, but US Trade Representative Amb. Ron Kirk told CNBC that he doesn't think relations are getting worse.
    • IMF Steps into Greek Crisis
      3/26/10
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      "The arrival of the IMF probably gives confidence to bond markets... (But) it probably scares finance ministers," Kit Juckes from ECU Group told CNBC Friday when discussing the Greek debt deal. James Bevan from CCLA Investment Management joined the discussion.
    • UK Jan. Industrial Production Unexpectedly Falls
      UK industrial production unexpectedly fell 0.4 percent month-on-month in January. Samra Al-Harthy from Standard Chartered told CNBC Wednesday that manufacturing had picked up since September but bad weather probably affected January's output. "We should overlook it and wait for the coming months to confirm," she added.
    • The Nikkei Business Report
      3/10/10
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      The Nikkei 225 Average ended Wednesday flat. Ken Moriyasu from The Nikkei has the details.
    • Cathay Pacific Earnings Beat, Shares Surge
      Asian airline Cathay Pacific posted its best six-month in two years Wednesday. "We've got a cautious capacity increase strategy this year," CEO Tony Tyler said. He told CNBC he has seen recovery in the group's cargo and front-end businesses.
    • More Value in Stocks than Bonds: Strategist
      There's more value in stocks than bonds as they are getting support from government stimulus and companies returning to profitability, Neil Michael from London & Capital said Wednesday. "Going forward, we're likely to see good, positive returns from equities," he added.
    • 10 Years Since Dot Com Bubble Burst
      3/10/10
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      It has been ten years since the Dot Com bubble burst. The focus has shifted to investors buying into stocks with something more tangible, Duncan Bell from T3 said Wednesday. Julie Meyer from Ariadne Capital discusses the technological progressions we've seen since then. She likes Palm and Dialogue Semiconductor.
    • Pockets of Opportunity in Big Banks, Techs: CIO
      Investors are hesitant at the moment as there's not a lot of volume, Bernie McGinn from McGinn, McKean & O'Neill said Wednesday. He sees "pockets of opportunity" in large-cap banking and technology companies as well as "laddered" corporate bonds.
    • Munich Re Sees 2010 Profit but Remains Cautious
      Munich Re said it expects to earn a net profit of more than $2.7 billion for its full year despite loss claims from the Chilean earthquake and European wind storm Xynthia. "The crisis is still on its way," CEO Nikolaus Von Bomhard, said Wednesday. "The risk-free interest rate is very low and that poses a challenge for us."moreless
    • Bullish on Agriculture, Energy Stocks: Strategist
      "Markets are fairly priced," Arjuna Mahendran from HSBC Private Bank said Wednesday. He told CNBC he likes agriculture and energy-related commodities in the short term and sees emerging markets reaching new highs in 2010.
    • Expect Double Dip in Q2: Economist
      1/6/10
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    • Can Greece Cut its Deficit?
      1/6/10
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    • Yuan Revaluation Would Hurt
      1/6/10
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  • 2009