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IMF happy to lend, this is good for Argentina: Legal & General

Simon Quijano-Evans, emerging markets strategist at Legal & General Investment Management, speaks about the International Monetary Fund's lending to Argentina.

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50% probability renegotiated NAFTA will be through by the end of the year: Pro

London Business School Profess of Economics Richard Portes speaks about the Trump administration's impact on world trade.

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EU leaders say the bloc is open to trade talks with the US administration

CNBC's Willem Marx reports from Sofia, Bulgaria, on the recent meeting of European leaders with comments from World Economic Forum President Borge Brende.

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We're celebrating Asia's 'greatest cultural treasure': One Championship

Chatri Sityodtong of One Championship says "values, heroes and stories" play a big role in its marketing efforts.

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Why Indonesia is 'naturally on the back foot': Economist

Deyi Tan of Morgan Stanley says Indonesia has been "quite exposed to external funding linkages."

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Why Asian companies could be at risk: IMA Asia

Richard Martin of IMA Asia says higher oil prices and interest rates could have a knock-on effect for some Asian companies that used "cheap offshore bonds to fund their operations."

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A 'nasty, ugly fight' in retail lies ahead: Analyst

Sucharita Kodali of Forrester Research says the "trillion-dollar question" for investors is picking a winner between firms like Amazon and Walmart in the race to sell low-priced goods.

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Indonesia's economic planners are 'speaking on the same page': Strategist

Sim Moh Siong of Bank of Singapore says a rate hike by Indonesia's central bank shows better coordination on economic challenges as U.S. interest rates rise.

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Higher US Treasury yields are just a return to normal policy: Strategist

King Lip of Baker Avenue Asset Management says the U.S. remains the "bastion" for investors in terms of equity exposure.

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There is not enough dialogue, cooperation in the world: WEF president

Borge Brende said the international community needs to work with the Donald Trump administration.

Source: CNBC.com