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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, WEDNESDAY 19TH FEBRUARY, 2020

    SQUAWK BOX, WEDNESDAY 19TH FEBRUARY, 2020

    Asia rebounding: equities across the continent trade higher as China reports a slowdown in the increase of Coronavirus cases, and Japanese exports fall less than expected. In the U.S., Apple closes almost 2 per cent lower after its revenue warning, dragging on the Dow Jones, but the Nasdaq ekes out another record close. The outbreak is already causing havoc for Jaguar Land Rover with the auto maker resorting to flying parts out of China in suitcases. CEO Ralf Speth tells this channel that his supply chain will be under threat in a fortnight. And in an NBC/WSJ poll, Bernie Sanders is in the lead in the Democratic primary race with Michael Bloomberg increasing his figures. The billionaire media tycoon has said he would sell his company if elected president.

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    SQUAWK BOX, TUESDAY 18TH FEBRUARY, 2020

    SQUAWK BOX, TUESDAY 18TH FEBRUARY, 2020

    A shock warning… Apple says it will fail to meet quarterly revenue guidance, as the coronavirus outbreak disrupts iPhone sales and weighs on demand. Asian Apple suppliers sell off, dragging on the broader equity markets. HSBC says 35,000 jobs will be lost over the next 3 years amid the lender's strategy overhaul. The bank's shares see red in Hong Kong after full-year profit misses expectations, falling 33 per cent. In commodities news, strong iron ore prices help lift half-year profit at BHP but the miner still posts a slight miss, as CEO Mike Henry tells CNBC the coronavirus impact has been limited. In Italy, Intesa Sanpaolo makes a nearly €5bn bid for UBI Banca, which could create the eurozone’s seventh-largest bank. And Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg is in Brussels where the EU’s industry commissioner saying the social media giant must adapt to the bloc’s rules rather than the other way around.

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    SQUAWK BOX, MONDAY 17TH FEBRUARY, 2020

    SQUAWK BOX, MONDAY 17TH FEBRUARY, 2020

    More cases confirmed: China reports more than two thousand new cases of coronavirus, pushing the death toll to over 1,700. In response, Hubei province bans all vehicle traffic while France reports the first death outside Asia. Chinese stocks jump as the PBOC cuts its medium-term lending rate by 10 basis points, in an effort to curb the economic impact of the virus. Elsewhere in Asia, recession fears rise as Japan's GDP contracts by more than 6 percent in the fourth quarter. BoJ Governor Kuroda says the coronavirus is the top risk facing the world's third-largest economy. In the aerospace industry, Airbus says it 'deeply regrets' a US decision to hike tariffs on European-made aircraft, as the White House trade office raises the stakes in the 15-year long dispute over subsidies. In Europe, the U.S. warns nations against doing business with Huawei, as Defense Secretary Mark Esper tells CNBC exclusively that Washington is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to find a viable 5G alternative.

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    SQUAWK BOX, FRIDAY 14TH FEBRUARY, 2020

    SQUAWK BOX, FRIDAY 14TH FEBRUARY, 2020

    Assessing the economic impact of the coronavirus. Chinese officials say over 63,000 people have now contracted the disease, as President Donald Trump's top economic advisor criticizes Beijing's response. Larry Kudlow tells CNBC “we thought there was better transparency coming out of China, but it doesn't appear to be. I know they revised their numbers up a bit. They say it's a different method of counting. We just don't know. It's the great unknown.” Meanwhile, S&P Global has warned China that it could see its credit rating downgraded, if it were to fight the economic impact of the virus with ramped-up fiscal spending. We discuss updated forecasts for the Chinese economy, and Europe’s biggest economy, as Germany prepares to release its latest GDP figures. The CEO of German industrial gases company Linde tells CNBC in an exclusive interview that he cannot think of a country, “where the industrial production rates are actually higher going into 2020 than 2019.”

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    SQUAWK BOX, THURSDAY 13TH FEBRUARY, 2020

    SQUAWK BOX, THURSDAY 13TH FEBRUARY, 2020

    China sees a sharp spike in new coronavirus cases and fatalities prompting Beijing to revise its method for counting infections. The Chinese government also dismisses senior Hubei province officials for their handling of the outbreak. Earnings take centre stage in Europe. Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam oversees his final set of earnings at the helm of the Swiss bank, after it lowered its profitability target for the fourth quarter, but some analysts expect a positive surprise in the bond business. Restructuring costs drag rival Commerzbank into a net loss for Q4, causing the German lender to cut its dividend for the year. Finally, we speak to the boss of health and nutrition company DSM about the coronavirus outbreak. He tells CNBC that most operations in China are still running.

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    SQUAWK BOX, WEDNESDAY 12TH FEBRUARY, 2020

    SQUAWK BOX, WEDNESDAY 12TH FEBRUARY, 2020

    Confident but cautious...Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell tells Congress that the U.S. economy remains very resilient but acknowledges that the ongoing coronavirus is still a threat – this on the day that China confirms its lowest number of new cases since late January. In the New Hampshire Democratic primaries, Senator Bernie Sanders pips Iowa caucus winner Pete Buttigieg to victory and leaves former Vice-President Joe Biden trailing in fifth place. Shares in Softbank surge on the judicial approval of the Sprint-T-Mobile tie-up but a series of bad investment decisions weigh on the Japanese tech giant, driving quarterly operating profit down 99 per cent. It’s better news for Heineken, which reports a solid set of fourth-quarter earnings but cautions it’s too early to assess the full impact of the virus outbreak. And we are live in Cairo at Egypt’s petroleum show, EGYPS 2020, where U.S. Assistant Energy Secretary Frank Fannon tells CNBC that Europe is set to find itself in a gas and LNG supply tug-of-war between the U.S. and Russia.

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