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Anchor, Squawk on the Street — CNBC

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

Commerce Secretary on investing in U.S. — Penny Pritzker, U.S. Commerce Secretary, discusses foreign investment, wages and the consumer market in the United States.

Andy Cohen announces radio channel

Deutsche Bank's euro warning — CNBC's Sara Eisen speaks to Alan Ruskin, Deutsche Bank head of G-10 Foreign Exchange Strategy, about financial conditions for currencies.

With dollar at 11-year high, here's what's next — The fundamental drivers of the dollar rally are still in place: better U.S. economic growth and a looming policy shift toward higher interest rates, at the same time that other countries are still languishing, facing deflationary threats and pumping easy monetary policy like quantitative easing into their economies to fight it.

UPS CFO: Faced challenges peak season — Kurt Kuehn, UPS CFO, breaks down the shipper's performance during the holiday season. Kuehn also expresses a bullish sentiment on the U.S. economy.

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.
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Mar 30, 2015

Bernanke's first post: why low rates and a defense against those who says he was "crushing savers"

Mar 29, 2015

Nice piece on IMF COFERS data (Composition of Official Foreign Exchange Reserves) out Tues by WSJ:

Mar 27, 2015

March jobs usually misses estimates (6 of the last 7 years) avg miss: -42k via CRT capital

Mar 27, 2015

Jim Stewart with my favorite column ever this week: FX and Fashion

Mar 27, 2015

BofA ML: $44bn outflows from US equity funds this year = worst start to year since 2009

Mar 26, 2015

Consumer: Soda sales drop for 10th year, back to volumes last seen in the 90's

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