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Anchor, Squawk on the Street — CNBC

@CNBC @SquawkStreet 10 am. first love: foreign exchange

Japan recession means no end in sight for yen drop — "I'd expect another 20 percent drop next year, which would take us north of 140," said Peter Boockvar of the Lindsey Group about the dollar-yen rate. Read More Abenomics' direction uncertain after GDP shock The team at Capital Economics raised their forecast for dollar-yen to finish next year at 140 as well, up from 120 previously.

Wine Spectator's #1 wine of 2014 — After more than 20,000 wines were reviewed, Tom Matthews, Wine Spectator executive editor, reveals the top wine for 2014. Matthews also discusses recent trends in the diverse wine space.

Dollar bandwagon starting to get a little crowded — Scotiabank said euro forecasts against the dollar from major Wall Street firms have fallen from 1.28 in August to 1.20 in November. They've also been upping their predictions for the dollar against the Japanese yen, British pound, Canadian dollar and Australia's dollar.

Dollar Shave's razor strategy — CNBC's Sara Eisen speaks to Michael Dubin, Dollar Shave Club CEO, about the shave club's ad strategy and outlook for the men's shave market.

Supermarket sweep: What could lift Kroger shares — It's not easy to find a sexy supermarket story. In fact, it's not easy to find many sexy retail stories at all these days. But Kroger is defying the odds. After going nowhere for a decade, shares of the stock started to march higher at the end of 2012, and they haven't looked back since.

Japan's yen is about to get pummeled-even more — In other words it added more firepower to its bazooka, at the exact moment the Fed is putting its away. For currency traders, who trade on monetary policy divergences and interest rate differentials, it's an opportunity of a lifetime. "The scale of buying was already unprecedented and the faster pace now means that by the end of 2015 ...

Kroger's $3 billion investment in pricing — Rodney McMullen, The Kroger Co. CEO, discusses competition in the grocery industry up against Wal-Mart and other companies. He says the company has invested over $3 billion in pricing over the last 7 years.

Dallas Ebola scare made consumers hunkered down, report says — As the Ebola pandemic reaches America's largest city, investors are wondering if there will be any economic impact from the scare. If trends in Dallas are any indication, there looks like there could be.

IMF's new 'mediocre' — CNBC's Sara Eisen speaks to Christine Lagarde, International Monetary Fund, about the IMF's "mediocre" global growth forecast and why the economic recovery does not feel sustainable.

Wal-Mart to cut health benefits for most part-timers — Wal-Mart, the nation's largest private employer, plans to eliminate health insurance coverage for most of its part-time work force. The Squawk on the Street crew discusses the news.
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Nov 25, 2014

Consumer: after good quarter, Campbell soup lowers bottom end of 2015 guidance bc of currency volatility

Nov 24, 2014

The big surprise for 2015? Yield curve will flatten by an "unthinkable" amount

Nov 24, 2014

Jeffrey Gundlach owns Tesla shares and thinks Elon Musk is changing the world

Nov 24, 2014

Jeffrey gundlach says the euro is going to parity in 6 months and he's short the euro. @SquawkStreet

Nov 23, 2014

RT @sallyshin: That time @saraeisenfx tried to ask @gigihadid about the dollar yen. #AMAs @ Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE

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