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Sara Eisen

New York, NY
Anchor, Squawk on the Street — CNBC

@CNBC @cnbcwex 5 am and @SquawkStreet 10 am. first love: foreign exchange

Solving the yen puzzle — Those American executives may be comforted by the yen's recent show of strength. The currency has steadily climbed, up 9 percent in the last three months against the dollar and up 20 percent this year. As the yen has strengthened, strategists have become increasingly skeptical of the Bank of Japan and the Ministry of Finance's ability to control it and reverse the gains.

These 3 UK business sectors may be hit hard by Brexit — As the world tries to make sense of the U.K.'s historic vote, three sectors could be especially hard hit. First, there's the automotive industry. Last year, nearly 1.6 million cars were made in the U.K., with 77 percent being exported. Nearly 58 percent of exported autos went to European Union countries.

Lew defends his inversion rules, suggests more may come — Sara Eisen sits down with Treasury Secretary Jack Lew for an exclusive interview discussing the latest inversion rule, agenda during IMF world bank meeting, on Puerto Rico and the new $10 bill.

The real Lex Luthor — On Friday, we took our kids to see Batman v Superman , and what struck me most was how real, how immediate Gotham and Metropolis felt. How 2016. While the film was clearly a science fiction/action experience, my 12-year-old walked out and declared: "That was about philosophy and politics."

Ackman to Lose ‘Lot of Money’ on Hong Kong Bet, Tsang Says — William Ackman, founder of hedge fund Pershing Square Capital Management LP, will "lose a lot of money" on his bet that Hong Kong will amend its currency peg to the dollar, city Chief Executive Donald Tsang said.

Strategy behind Wal-Mart store closures: Pro

China's currency conundrum: Cause for alarm? — "At the moment the yuan is weakening against the dollar but is remaining broadly stable relative to the PBOC's basket [of other currencies]," says Kit Juckes, senior currency strategist at Societe Generale.

Money flees emerging markets

Tracking the dollar's surge

Coke fighting soda slump — Coca-Cola was hit by currencies. CFO Kathy N. Waller discussed the challenging macro environment with CNBC's Sara Eisen. CNBC's Jim Cramer, provides perspective.
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Aug 25, 2016

.@Nigel_Farage attacked Obama for weighing in on Brexit. And now he's in the U.S. bashing Clinton at a Trump rally 

Aug 25, 2016

A rare bright spot for Tiffany: UK. It saw an "uptrend almost immediately following the Brexit vote" weaker pound helps tourists $tif

Aug 25, 2016

.@CNBCWEX q: Fed Chair Janet Yellen in Jackson Hole. Will she be....?

Aug 25, 2016

Must watch: Nigel Farage speaks at a Trump rally in Jackson Mississippi 

Aug 24, 2016

China's yuan global use grows.Still less than 2% of total payments. 5th behind dollar,euro,pound,yen. via Bob Sinche

Aug 24, 2016

RT @megtirrell: $MYL CEO "Heather Bresch has stirred up a hornet's nest" raising EpiPen price, Bill George tells @SaraEisen @SquawkStreet

Aug 24, 2016

stocks still a better income bet? dividend yield vs Treasury yield. Via Bank of America ML

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