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

The next shot in the currency war will be fired by... — The moves follow surprise policy changes from Denmark, India Canada and Switzerland earlier this month. That includes the European Central Bank. Despite a great deal of anticipation, Mario Draghi managed to surprise and impress financial markets with the ECB's trillion-euro bond purchase program.

Global central banks manning the battle stations — "Currency war" was a phrase coined by former Brazilian Finance Minister Guido Mantega in 2010 to complain about developed market central banks, such as the Federal Reserve, weakening their currencies through policies like quantitative easing.

Bringing bitcoin to Wall Street — Brian Armstrong, Coinbase CEO, discusses the company's $75 million funding round and shares his vision for the future of bitcoin.

A Swiss bombshell: Why the franc soared 30% — Here's what happened in Switzerland that shocked the world: The central bank canceled its policy of pegging the Swiss franc at 1.20 to the euro, a policy that's been in place more than three years to keep the currency from getting too strong and hurting the economy.

A Swiss Bombshell — That could put more pressure on the euro and further boost the appeal of the Franc, making it even more costly for the Swiss central bank to defend.

When will bonds respond? — Discussing the rough start to the trading year and when bonds will respond to economic growth, with Jeff Rosenberg, BlackRock, and Scott Wren, Wells Fargo Investment Institute.

So bad it’s good: Why it may be time to buy the euro — Things are about to get very risky for the euro. But that doesn't necessarily mean it's a sell. For the first time ever, the European Central Bank is set to announce full-scale quantitative easing to fight the growing threat of a deflationary spiral.

Exxon: Bull vs. bear — FMHR trader Josh Brown thinks Exxon will go higher regardless of the moves in crude; while Stephen Weiss, thinks there are other opportunities.

2015 playbook: Consumer comeback?

The market chart of the year: Nope, it's not oil — There are many strong contenders to be the chart of the year. Some point to oil prices, which shockingly plunged 50 percent in a matter of months. Others would look to the S&P 500, which exploded higher for a third year in row and has closed at a record high 53 times (so far), more than 20 percent of 2014's trading days.
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Jan 30, 2015

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Jan 30, 2015

Chevron suspends buyback after cutting capex 13% (bought $1.25b of common stock in q4 2014) $5b for the full year

Jan 30, 2015

Uh oh: title of Bank of America economics weekly: "Deflation-gate"

Jan 30, 2015

The Strong Dollar: Exports in Q4 only up 2.8% vs 4.5% in q3. Imports up 8.9% vs 0.9% Q3

Jan 30, 2015

RT @GuyAdami: German 30 year yields below 1%... You tell me where US rates are headed - lower still is the answer #global deflation

Jan 30, 2015

A month after Russia hikes rates 6.5% to stop ruble freefall, Russia cuts rates and Ruble plunges

Jan 29, 2015

RT @DanBTIG $AMZN - "Excluding the $895 million unfavorable impact from YOY changes in FOREX rates..." Thats the largest impact Ive seen yet

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