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CNBC's flagship show in Europe sets you up with everything you need to know for the European business day. Anchors Geoff Cutmore, Steve Sedgwick and Karen Tso engage in unscripted and dynamic debate on the day's top stories. They are joined by leading business executives, policymakers, financial strategists, fund managers and other newsmakers to provide original points of view and instant analysis of the latest business news and key market themes.

Latest Episodes

SQUAWK BOX FRIDAY 18TH OCTOBER 2019

Boris scores a Brexit breakthrough in Brussels. We host a special Brexit Endgame edition of Squawk Box, live from London, Brussels and Belfast. It is now up to Prime Minister Johnson to convince MPs to pass the agreement during an extraordinary parliamentary session scheduled tomorrow in order for EU leaders to officially ratify the deal by October 31st. However, he faces pushback from Northern Ireland where the DUP says it cannot abide by Johnson’s proposals due to serious concerns over customs and tax regulations. Elsewhere, China's third-quarter GDP grows at its slowest pace in almost 30 years, as weak factory production and an ongoing trade war weigh on the world's second-largest economy. And in corporate news, French automaker Renault has slashed its full-year revenue and profit forecasts citing weak sales outside of Europe.

24 MIN1 d ago
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SQUAWK BOX FRIDAY 18TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX THURSDAY 17TH OCTOBER 2019

Down to the wire... The U.K. and EU press on with last-ditch talks to try and secure a Brexit deal to present to leaders in Brussels. However, Northern Ireland’s DUP dashes hopes saying it cannot back the current proposal. We are live in Brussels for the latest on this fast-moving story. In the U.S., retail sales slump for the first time in seven months, increasing economic jitters. But on the trade front, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says that negotiators are working on the draft of a ‘Phase One’ trade deal with counterparts in Beijing. In corporate news, Netflix surprises to the upside, winning more subscribers than expected, while Facebook tries to convince the market its cryptocurrency Libra will ‘overcome problems’ once regulatory issues are resolved.

25 MIN2 d ago
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SQUAWK BOX THURSDAY 17TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX WEDNESDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2019

Burning the midnight oil – U.K. and EU negotiators hold talks in London and Brussels late into the night, appearing to edge closer to a last-minute withdrawal deal, but certain sticking points remain unresolved. In Hong Kong, vocal protests in the Legislative Council session itself force the territory’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam to deliver her policy address via video link. In Washington, the IMF warns that the U.S.-China trade war, a ‘synchronised’ global slowdown and ongoing geo-political uncertainty have prompted the fund to cut 2019 growth forecasts to the lowest level since the 2008 financial crisis. And on Wall Street JP Morgan soars after the lender smashes forecasts, but Goldman Sachs doesn’t fare as well, hit by losses from its investments in WeWork and Uber.

25 MIN3 d ago
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SQUAWK BOX WEDNESDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX TUESDAY 15TH OCTOBER 2019

Turkey gets sanctioned. The U.S. imposes immediate penalties on several Turkish ministers and slaps Ankara with a 50 per cent tariff on steel , demanding a halt to its military incursion into Kurdish-held northern Syria. We are live in Istanbul for the latest. U.S. stocks slip and oil prices extend losses as questions arise over the U.S.-China trade deal, despite U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin telling this channel that the first phase of the pact is ‘quite substantial’. China's September producer prices fall at their fastest pace in three years, while pork prices surge nearly 70 per cent pushing food prices higher. And it’s crunchtime for the U.K. and the EU. Brexit negotiators have battened down the hatches and entered so-called ‘tunnel talks’ ahead of a key summit later this week. The EU’s chief representative Michel Barnier says a deal this week remains possible.

24 MIN4 d ago
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SQUAWK BOX TUESDAY 15TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX MONDAY 14TH OCTOBER 2019

Trade deal light – Asian stocks follow the U.S. into the green after a tentative truce is agreed between Washington and Beijing. President Trump hails the progress but critics suggest concessions have been made to China. Meanwhile, data reveals Chinese imports and exports fell more than expected in September. We are live from Westminster at the start of a crucial week for Brexit, after the UK and EU admit that a lot of work still needs to be done to reach a withdrawal agreement ahead of a key summit in Brussels. The Queen will outline the government’s plan in her speech at the state opening of parliament today. And in Syria, the U.S. pulls out its final troops from the north as a Turkish cross-border incursion rages. Humanitarian concerns over the operation have prompted President Trump to threaten Ankara with ‘powerful’ sanctions.

25 MIN5 d ago
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SQUAWK BOX MONDAY 14TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX FRIDAY 11TH OCTOBER 2019

Trade deal optimism fuels a rally as high-level talks between the U.S. and China get underway and President Trump hails the progress ahead of a planned meeting with Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He later today. In the U.K., sterling jumps to a two-week high against the dollar after Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said he saw a ‘pathway’ to a Brexit deal following positive talks with Prime Minister Boris Johnson. In corporate news, SAP CEO Bill McDermott announces his plans to step down following a decade at the helm of the German software titan. New co-CEO Jennifer Morgan tells CNBC that the time is right for a change of leadership. And luxury German fashion group Hugo Boss revises its full-year outlook for the second time this year citing weak U.S. sales and the ongoing anti-government protests rocking Hong Kong.

25 MIN1 w ago
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SQUAWK BOX FRIDAY 11TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX THURSDAY 10TH OCTOBER 2019

Tit-for-tat becomes tittle-tattle… conflicting messages plague the progress of the U.S.-China trade talks, set to resume today. Asian equities and U.S. futures hold steady after sources tell CNBC that reports talks have collapsed are false. But the Federal Reserve’s September meeting minutes show that trade war concerns continued to weigh on the minds of board members when they voted to cut rates last month. Turkey launches an incursion against Kurdish forces across Syria’s northern border after President Trump’s weekend decision to move U.S. troops out of the region. And in corporate news, luxury goods giant LVMH posts better-than-expected third-quarter numbers in Europe and the U.S. but also in Asia, despite the impact of the Hong Kong crisis.

25 MIN1 w ago
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SQUAWK BOX THURSDAY 10TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX WEDNESDAY 9TH OCTOBER 2019

Restricted and blacklisted. Asian stocks dip following a sharp plunge on Wall Street after the U.S. administration slaps visa restrictions on Chinese officials for alleged human rights abuses of Xinjiang Uighurs ahead of trade talks tomorrow. The move comes one day after Washington blacklisted 20 Chinese entities, drawing a harsh response from Beijing, which has called on the U.S. to stop interfering in its affairs. Meanwhile, Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell says the Fed will grow its balance sheet but cautions that the move should not be confused with the large-scale quantitative easing the central bank resorted to after the financial crisis. In the U.K., the pound slides following suggestions by No.10 that Brexit talks with Brussels are on the verge of collapse. The Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says a deal is highly unlikely ahead of next week’s EU leaders’ summit. We are live in Luxembourg for the Euro Zone finance ministers' meeting.

26 MIN1 w ago
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SQUAWK BOX WEDNESDAY 9TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX, TUESDAY 8TH OCTOBER, 2019

The charm offensive ends. The Hong Kong Exchange drops its 39 billion dollar bid for the LSE, admitting it failed to convince the London bourse of its ‘strategically compelling’ vision. Asian stocks rise ahead of U.S.-China trade talks later this week, even as Washington blacklists more Chinese firms ahead of a new flashpoint between the two countries after an NBA official sends a tweet in support of the Hong Kong protesters, which is met with a cold response in China. In tech, Samsung beats estimates despite signaling a 56 percent fall in third-quarter profit, while guidance suggests a turnaround is on the way for memory chip prices. And further job cuts for Thyssenkrupp as it is set to reveal a restructuring plan with new CEO Martina Merz presenting her proposals at a leadership meeting today.

28 MIN1 w ago
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SQUAWK BOX, TUESDAY 8TH OCTOBER, 2019

SQUAWK BOX, MONDAY 7TH OCTOBER, 2019

The Dow jumps more than 350 points after the jobs report puts the economy in a sweet spot, but it's a cautious trade in Asia as investors eye high level U.S.-China trade talks due to restart this week. A report suggests Beijing is looking to narrow the scope of the deal. HSBC is reportedly set to slash up to ten thousand jobs as the lender looks to cut costs under new interim CEO Noel Quinn. It’s a calmer day in Hong Kong after anti-government demonstrations turn violent as tens of thousands protest against the city's use of emergency law, drawing their first warning from the Chinese military. And the French President Emmanuel Macron says the EU will decide on a Brexit deal by the end of the week, as UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the block shouldn't bet on a delay.

24 MIN1 w ago
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SQUAWK BOX, MONDAY 7TH OCTOBER, 2019

Latest Episodes

SQUAWK BOX FRIDAY 18TH OCTOBER 2019

Boris scores a Brexit breakthrough in Brussels. We host a special Brexit Endgame edition of Squawk Box, live from London, Brussels and Belfast. It is now up to Prime Minister Johnson to convince MPs to pass the agreement during an extraordinary parliamentary session scheduled tomorrow in order for EU leaders to officially ratify the deal by October 31st. However, he faces pushback from Northern Ireland where the DUP says it cannot abide by Johnson’s proposals due to serious concerns over customs and tax regulations. Elsewhere, China's third-quarter GDP grows at its slowest pace in almost 30 years, as weak factory production and an ongoing trade war weigh on the world's second-largest economy. And in corporate news, French automaker Renault has slashed its full-year revenue and profit forecasts citing weak sales outside of Europe.

24 MIN1 d ago
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SQUAWK BOX FRIDAY 18TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX THURSDAY 17TH OCTOBER 2019

Down to the wire... The U.K. and EU press on with last-ditch talks to try and secure a Brexit deal to present to leaders in Brussels. However, Northern Ireland’s DUP dashes hopes saying it cannot back the current proposal. We are live in Brussels for the latest on this fast-moving story. In the U.S., retail sales slump for the first time in seven months, increasing economic jitters. But on the trade front, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says that negotiators are working on the draft of a ‘Phase One’ trade deal with counterparts in Beijing. In corporate news, Netflix surprises to the upside, winning more subscribers than expected, while Facebook tries to convince the market its cryptocurrency Libra will ‘overcome problems’ once regulatory issues are resolved.

25 MIN2 d ago
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SQUAWK BOX THURSDAY 17TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX WEDNESDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2019

Burning the midnight oil – U.K. and EU negotiators hold talks in London and Brussels late into the night, appearing to edge closer to a last-minute withdrawal deal, but certain sticking points remain unresolved. In Hong Kong, vocal protests in the Legislative Council session itself force the territory’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam to deliver her policy address via video link. In Washington, the IMF warns that the U.S.-China trade war, a ‘synchronised’ global slowdown and ongoing geo-political uncertainty have prompted the fund to cut 2019 growth forecasts to the lowest level since the 2008 financial crisis. And on Wall Street JP Morgan soars after the lender smashes forecasts, but Goldman Sachs doesn’t fare as well, hit by losses from its investments in WeWork and Uber.

25 MIN3 d ago
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SQUAWK BOX WEDNESDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX TUESDAY 15TH OCTOBER 2019

Turkey gets sanctioned. The U.S. imposes immediate penalties on several Turkish ministers and slaps Ankara with a 50 per cent tariff on steel , demanding a halt to its military incursion into Kurdish-held northern Syria. We are live in Istanbul for the latest. U.S. stocks slip and oil prices extend losses as questions arise over the U.S.-China trade deal, despite U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin telling this channel that the first phase of the pact is ‘quite substantial’. China's September producer prices fall at their fastest pace in three years, while pork prices surge nearly 70 per cent pushing food prices higher. And it’s crunchtime for the U.K. and the EU. Brexit negotiators have battened down the hatches and entered so-called ‘tunnel talks’ ahead of a key summit later this week. The EU’s chief representative Michel Barnier says a deal this week remains possible.

24 MIN4 d ago
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SQUAWK BOX TUESDAY 15TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX MONDAY 14TH OCTOBER 2019

Trade deal light – Asian stocks follow the U.S. into the green after a tentative truce is agreed between Washington and Beijing. President Trump hails the progress but critics suggest concessions have been made to China. Meanwhile, data reveals Chinese imports and exports fell more than expected in September. We are live from Westminster at the start of a crucial week for Brexit, after the UK and EU admit that a lot of work still needs to be done to reach a withdrawal agreement ahead of a key summit in Brussels. The Queen will outline the government’s plan in her speech at the state opening of parliament today. And in Syria, the U.S. pulls out its final troops from the north as a Turkish cross-border incursion rages. Humanitarian concerns over the operation have prompted President Trump to threaten Ankara with ‘powerful’ sanctions.

25 MIN5 d ago
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SQUAWK BOX MONDAY 14TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX FRIDAY 11TH OCTOBER 2019

Trade deal optimism fuels a rally as high-level talks between the U.S. and China get underway and President Trump hails the progress ahead of a planned meeting with Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He later today. In the U.K., sterling jumps to a two-week high against the dollar after Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said he saw a ‘pathway’ to a Brexit deal following positive talks with Prime Minister Boris Johnson. In corporate news, SAP CEO Bill McDermott announces his plans to step down following a decade at the helm of the German software titan. New co-CEO Jennifer Morgan tells CNBC that the time is right for a change of leadership. And luxury German fashion group Hugo Boss revises its full-year outlook for the second time this year citing weak U.S. sales and the ongoing anti-government protests rocking Hong Kong.

25 MIN1 w ago
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SQUAWK BOX FRIDAY 11TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX THURSDAY 10TH OCTOBER 2019

Tit-for-tat becomes tittle-tattle… conflicting messages plague the progress of the U.S.-China trade talks, set to resume today. Asian equities and U.S. futures hold steady after sources tell CNBC that reports talks have collapsed are false. But the Federal Reserve’s September meeting minutes show that trade war concerns continued to weigh on the minds of board members when they voted to cut rates last month. Turkey launches an incursion against Kurdish forces across Syria’s northern border after President Trump’s weekend decision to move U.S. troops out of the region. And in corporate news, luxury goods giant LVMH posts better-than-expected third-quarter numbers in Europe and the U.S. but also in Asia, despite the impact of the Hong Kong crisis.

25 MIN1 w ago
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SQUAWK BOX THURSDAY 10TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX WEDNESDAY 9TH OCTOBER 2019

Restricted and blacklisted. Asian stocks dip following a sharp plunge on Wall Street after the U.S. administration slaps visa restrictions on Chinese officials for alleged human rights abuses of Xinjiang Uighurs ahead of trade talks tomorrow. The move comes one day after Washington blacklisted 20 Chinese entities, drawing a harsh response from Beijing, which has called on the U.S. to stop interfering in its affairs. Meanwhile, Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell says the Fed will grow its balance sheet but cautions that the move should not be confused with the large-scale quantitative easing the central bank resorted to after the financial crisis. In the U.K., the pound slides following suggestions by No.10 that Brexit talks with Brussels are on the verge of collapse. The Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says a deal is highly unlikely ahead of next week’s EU leaders’ summit. We are live in Luxembourg for the Euro Zone finance ministers' meeting.

26 MIN1 w ago
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SQUAWK BOX WEDNESDAY 9TH OCTOBER 2019

SQUAWK BOX, TUESDAY 8TH OCTOBER, 2019

The charm offensive ends. The Hong Kong Exchange drops its 39 billion dollar bid for the LSE, admitting it failed to convince the London bourse of its ‘strategically compelling’ vision. Asian stocks rise ahead of U.S.-China trade talks later this week, even as Washington blacklists more Chinese firms ahead of a new flashpoint between the two countries after an NBA official sends a tweet in support of the Hong Kong protesters, which is met with a cold response in China. In tech, Samsung beats estimates despite signaling a 56 percent fall in third-quarter profit, while guidance suggests a turnaround is on the way for memory chip prices. And further job cuts for Thyssenkrupp as it is set to reveal a restructuring plan with new CEO Martina Merz presenting her proposals at a leadership meeting today.

28 MIN1 w ago
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SQUAWK BOX, TUESDAY 8TH OCTOBER, 2019

SQUAWK BOX, MONDAY 7TH OCTOBER, 2019

The Dow jumps more than 350 points after the jobs report puts the economy in a sweet spot, but it's a cautious trade in Asia as investors eye high level U.S.-China trade talks due to restart this week. A report suggests Beijing is looking to narrow the scope of the deal. HSBC is reportedly set to slash up to ten thousand jobs as the lender looks to cut costs under new interim CEO Noel Quinn. It’s a calmer day in Hong Kong after anti-government demonstrations turn violent as tens of thousands protest against the city's use of emergency law, drawing their first warning from the Chinese military. And the French President Emmanuel Macron says the EU will decide on a Brexit deal by the end of the week, as UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the block shouldn't bet on a delay.

24 MIN1 w ago
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SQUAWK BOX, MONDAY 7TH OCTOBER, 2019