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Jan 15, 2014

CNBC Morning Brief January 15,2015: Europe | Middle East | Africa: European shares seen higher after US data

CNBC International

European shares seen higher after US data
European equities are expected to follow their Asian counterparts higher on Wednesday thanks to upbeat U.S. retail sales data for December. 
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Global economy at a turning point: World Bank
Global growth is set to accelerate in 2014 as advanced economies turn a corner five years after the global financial crisis, said the World Bank. 
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Ultra-rich the driving force in mega property deals
Ultra-wealthy individuals are becoming an increasingly influential force in the world of real estate, acting as a critical source of capital for big-ticket deals in the sector, according to a new report by real estate services firm Savills and wealth intelligence provider Wealth-X. 
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CNBC Guest Highlights
CNBC guest highlights on Wednesday include Ahmed Galal, Minister of Finance of Egypt, who joins CNBC Europe's "Squawk Box" at 07:20a.m. London time and Bruno Macaes, Secretary of State for European Affairs of Portugal, who joins CNBC Europe's "Squawk Box" at 08:30a.m. London time. To see a full list of the day's guests, visit our Member Center and sign up for CNBC's Guest Alert email. 
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CNBC TOP NEWS AND ANALYSIS
 Hollande avoids personal life as he unveils reforms
 What to pick and avoid in Emerging Europe for 2014
 UK inflation hits BoE target; first time in 4 years
 France: We're not a failed socialist experiment
 Emerging Europe's real problem? Politicians
 Adjusting forward guidance: What's the point?
 EU in last-ditch effort to rein in derivatives market
 Credit Suisse to junior bankers: Take Saturdays off

Oct 28, 2013

CNBC Morning Brief October 28, 2013: Europe stocks expected to follow global markets higher; S&P is 15 percent undervalued: Strategist; One-third of global firms planning acquisitions: EY


Europe stocks expected to follow global markets higher
European equities are expected to open higher on Monday after stocks on Wall Street rose to record highs last week.
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S&P is 15 percent undervalued: Strategist
As the S&P 500 continues to post record highs, one strategist told CNBC the index still has substantial upside as tapering expectations get pushed out as far June.
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One-third of global firms planning acquisitions: EY
More than a third of companies are planning mergers or acquisitions within the next year, according to an Ernst & Young (EY) survey of senior executives across 70 countries, as confidence grows in the global economic recovery.
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CNBC Guest Highlights
CNBC guest highlights on Monday include David Kelly, chief global strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, who joins CNBC Europe's "Squawk Box" at 07:00a.m. London time and Kit Juckes, global head of Foreign Exchange Strategy at Societe Generale, who joins CNBC's "Worldwide Exchange" at 09:00a.m. London time. To see a full list of the day's guests, visit our Member Center and sign up for CNBC's Guest Alert email.
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CNBC TOP NEWS AND ANALYSIS
Britain braces for one of strongest storm in decades
Ex-News Corp execs hauled to trial in hacking case
The euro 'lives on,' and here's where it's headed
Czech center-left wins. Now for the hard part
US tracked Merkel's phone since 2002: Report
Housing shortage threatening this European bedrock
UK economy roars ahead with fastest growth in 3 years
Novozymes CEO: Our board holds few company shares
Could your five-year-old be the next Bill Gates?

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