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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.

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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.

    SQUAWK BOX, MONDAY 27TH JANUARY, 2020

    SQUAWK BOX, MONDAY 27TH JANUARY, 2020

    A grave situation… Chinese President Xi Jinping extends the Lunar New Year holiday in a bid to hinder the spread of the deadly coronavirus, as the death toll rises to 80, while a further 2,700 people are infected. Fears rattle global markets while investors pile into safe haven assets, with 13 countries confirming cases of the infectious disease worldwide. Hong Kong and Macau has banned the entry of visitors from China's Hubei province, where the virus originated. In Italy, Matteo Salvini’s Lega party is unable to unseat the PD in a close-fought local election in the historically leftist northern region of Emilia-Romagna. And in London, the government is close to granting Huawei a restricted role in launching Britain’s 5G network, despite pressure from the Trump administration to ban the Chinese tech giant from access to the UK market.

    • 25 min.
    SQUAWK BOX, FRIDAY 24TH JANUARY, 2020

    SQUAWK BOX, FRIDAY 24TH JANUARY, 2020

    China on edge…the WHO has stopped short of declaring the coronavirus outbreak a global health emergency but Beijing identifies and locks down 10 entire cities as the death toll rises to 25. We are live at the close of the World Economic Forum where trade tensions between the U.S. and the EU remain front and centre but Germany’s finance minister, Olaf Scholz, tells CNBC that he is confident a deal can be agreed on free commerce and digital tax. Meanwhile, the euro falls to a seven-week low against the dollar following ECB President Christine Lagarde’s cautious outlook yesterday as she offered little insight about the central bank’s launch of its first strategy review in 17 years.

    • 29 min.
    SQUAWK BOX THURSDAY 23RD JANUARY 2020

    SQUAWK BOX THURSDAY 23RD JANUARY 2020

    The coronavirus remains among the top concerns as Squawk Box kicks off another day of coverage from the World Economic Forum. China imposes a travel ban on the city of Wuhan, as Beijing confirms nearly 600 cases and 17 deaths from the virus. However, the World Health Organisation holds off from declaring the outbreak a global health emergency.



    President Trump takes the fight to Davos. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin tells CNBC on a panel moderated by Geoff Cutmore that he will impose tariffs on European car companies should the UK and Italy go ahead with plans to introduce a digital tax. UK Chancellor Sajid Javid is forced to confirm that Britain will indeed roll out the planned levy in the spring, while Italian Finance Minister Roberto Gualtieri tells Steve Sedgwick that the EU will be a tough negotiator but would use more conciliatory methods than the US.



    We also hear exclusively from the chairman of Chinese conglomerate Fosun International, Guo Guangchang, who says conflicts between Beijing and Washington will remain, as Secretary Mnuchin declines to set a deadline for the Phase 2 negotiations.



    And in Frankfurt, ECB president Christine Lagarde is poised to launch the bank's first strategy review in 16 years, as JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon tells CNBC his one big worry is negative rates.

    • 24 min.
    SQUAWK BOX, WEDNESDAY 22ND JANUARY,2020

    SQUAWK BOX, WEDNESDAY 22ND JANUARY,2020

    We kick off our second Squawk Box from Davos with the latest news on the outbreak of the Coronavirus. The World Health Organisation prepares to hold an emergency meeting as China confirms 440 cases and the first patient is diagnosed in the U.S. Fears of a pandemic are keeping markets on edge. We speak to the boss of pharma giant AstraZeneca to get his take on the mysterious pneumonia-like illness.

    Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam tells CNBC she is disappointed with yesterday’s Moody’s rating downgrade, defending her reaction to the unrest in the territory seen throughout 2019. But she adds that her resignation is not the answer.

    In the U.S., Boeing takes the wind out of the Dow with shares sinking on a fresh warning that the 737 Max will now not be back in the air before mid-2020.

    And, later today CNBC hosts a star-studded WEF panel discussing the 'Future of Financial Markets', featuring U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva, UK Chancellor Sajid Javid and UBS Chairman Axel Weber.

    • 49 min.
    SQUAWK BOX, TUESDAY 21ST JANUARY, 2020

    SQUAWK BOX, TUESDAY 21ST JANUARY, 2020

    A digital tax truce. We kick off our coverage of the World Economic Forum in Davos, as French President Emmanuel Macron and U.S. President Donald Trump reach an agreement to avoid a levy on big tech and retaliatory tariffs on French goods until the end of this year.

    But the forum braces for a showdown between President Trump and Greta Thunberg, as both the American leader and the 17-year-old climate activist prepare to take the stage at the World Economic Forum today.

    In Asia, equities turn negative amid heightened concerns over the spread of a virus in China that is being compared to the SARS outbreak of 2002-2003.

    Moody's cuts Hong Kong's credit rating, saying officials have no tangible plans to address the unrest in the territory.

    And we speak to the CEO of EY who tells us the U.S. economy is looking good, thanks to strength in the labour market, while the boss of Schneider Electric says sustainability is a mega-trend that will not hurt profits.

    • 25 min.
    SQUAWK BOX, MONDAY 20TH JANUARY, 2020

    SQUAWK BOX, MONDAY 20TH JANUARY, 2020

    Davos descent… top business leaders and policy makers begin arriving in Davos, Switzerland, as Oxfam reports that the planet’s roughly 2,000 billionaires own more wealth than 60 per cent of the global population. We will be live at the 50th World Economic Forum all week, starting today at 1600 CET. In energy news, oil prices surge after a military blockade in Libya causes the closure of the country’s two biggest oil fields. In France, President Macron attempts to woo top Davos-bound executives and investors at the third ‘Choose France’ summit. While in the UK, Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid warns businesses they will not align with Brussels after Brexit, prompting criticism from manufacturers.

    • 24 min.

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