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Cryptocurrencies plunge due to increasing scrutiny

CNBC's Seema Mody takes a look at the volatility in cryptocurrency markets as China and South Korea crack down on trading.

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Cramer warns that a trade war with China represents the top three risks to the market

CNBC's Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss the major risks to the long-running bull market in U.S. stocks. It all comes down to China and the potential of a major trade war.

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US lawmakers urge AT&T to cut commercial ties with Huawei: Reuters

CNBC's Arjun Kharpal says that Huawei's "not being able to get into the U.S. market via a carrier is a huge deal."

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Trump moving from rhetoric into real policy is one of 2018's biggest risks: Pro

Plurimi Investment Managers CIO Patrick Armstrong speaks about the U.S. attitude to foreign technology companies.

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China needs to liberalize its currency if it wants it to be used more for trade: Haitong

Miranda Carr, China macro strategist at Haitong, speaks about the use of the Chinese yuan for oil and broader trade.

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Why China's commodity prices are rising, according to one Haitong strategist

China Macro Strategist at Haitong, Miranda Carr, speaks about commodities demand in China.

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As Greater China shares push higher, one strategist discusses the PBOC

Miranda Carr, China macro strategist at Haitong, speaks about the banking sector in China.

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China Investment Corporation had a good year in 2017

Tu Guangshao of China Investment Corporation says it is reviewing its aims as China's sovereign wealth fund to focus on long-term goals and navigate protectionist sentiment.

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A free float for the yuan is at least four or five years away

Richard Martin of IMA Asia says a more flexible yuan is also a soft power symbol for China as its economic influence grows abroad.

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This insurance company wants investments in technology to aid the bottom line

Jessica Tan of Ping An Insurance wants to develop technology for use in-house as well as externally.

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