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Worldwide Exchange delivers essential, actionable information and analysis for anyone who wants to be part of the global business conversation. Anchor Brian Sullivan informs viewers about business stories that have global significance. The conversations include analysis of business and investor trends in international markets. Covering local stories with international significance. Available to listen each morning.
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Rising yields are causing a sell-off in big tech stocks. We discuss what it means for the broader markets. Plus, movie theaters can reopen in New York City today—we talk with Bow Tie Cinemas COO about how the industry can bounce back. And we take a look at the clean energy stocks to keep an eye on during the Biden administration.
With interest rates rising and impacting the markets, we look ahead to the February jobs report. Plus, we take a look at what to expect from the OPEC+ meeting. And Paramount+ launches today—we discuss this new streaming entrant in an already crowded field.
Biden has announced the U.S. should have enough vaccine doses for all adults by May. Plus, Reddit strikes again on a few specific stocks—we talk about how it’s affecting the broader markets. And we discuss the transport sector and the tech sector as rates rise and the economy starts to open back up.
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2021-03-0245:42

“Worldwide Exchange” delivers essential, actionable information and analysis for anyone who wants to be part of the global business conversation. Anchored by Brian Sullivan, the program will prepare CNBC’s worldwide audience with a smart take on overnight U.S. news and live international market action.
The video game industry is now bigger than sports and movies combined. We talk to a head of research on how 2020 impacted our use of video games. Plus, e-commerce trends have changed through the year—we speak to the CEO of Duke Realty about warehouse demand. And our trending segment features a new brew from Dunkin, surprising food sale trends, and some robots doing the mashed potato. 
As rates continue to climb back towards pre-pandemic levels, we discuss what the moves mean for the markets. Plus, there’s still movement happening in Gamestop and other Reddit stocks—we talk about the broader market impact. And we speak with the CEO of Hackensack Meridian Health about vaccine delivery updates in the tri-state area.
The Reddit stocks like Gamestop and AMC are picking up interest again. We discuss what it means for the broader market. Plus, we speak with an advisor on Boris Johnson’s Build Back Better council about economic recovery. And we speak with the CEO of Pernod Ricard North America about at-home consumption trends in a pandemic.
We speak with Senator Tina Smith (D-MN) about her call for a probe into possible price gouging by the natural gas industry in the Midwest. Plus, we speak with a doctor on the advisory panel that could vote to approve JNJ’s vaccine for emergency use authorization. And we talk about a new lockdown trend: Hobby farming.
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2021-02-2346:29

“Worldwide Exchange” delivers essential, actionable information and analysis for anyone who wants to be part of the global business conversation. Anchored by Brian Sullivan, the program will prepare CNBC’s worldwide audience with a smart take on overnight U.S. news and live international market action.
President Biden is revising the rules for small business loans. We talk about the impact to small businesses with the head of the Small Business Roundtable. Plus, we look ahead to retail earnings, and take a look at the impact of rising interest rates.
We discuss the five and a half hour hearing about short selling and meme trading. Plus, power is back on for many in Texas, but we discuss what led to this mass outage. And we talk with an analyst about whether the current vaccines will be effective against variants of Covid-19.
Millions of Texans continue to go without power. We break down how the infrastructure failed. Plus, looking ahead to the Gamestop hearing in front of Congress today. And we talk with a small business coffee owner about how he grew his business 2000% over the past year.
The winter weather in Texas is causing a surge in energy prices. We discuss what it means for the energy market and the consumer. Plus, we talk with the CEO of Trivago about when travel might return to normal. And as the Dow hits new highs, we discuss where to still find value in the market.
How power outages and rolling blackouts in Texas caused by a deep freeze could motivate lawmakers to seek policy reforms in the energy industry. Plus, KKM Financial’s Jeff Kilburg says profit-taking and a rotation amongst equities persists. And, rebuilding bigger & better from 2020, which saw a very active wildfire season and a record number of hurricanes make landfall.
In its earnings report, Disney announced that almost 95 million people have subscribed to its streaming service, Disney+. We discuss the impact of DTC for the company moving forward. Plus, NYC restaurants open for indoor dining this weekend—we speak to one restaurant owner about what aid is still needed. And trending stories including the Bumble CEO becoming a billionaire after her company’s recent IPO, Taylor Swift recording new old songs, and some presidential Nikes.
President Biden is forming a business coalition to discuss Covid relief. We talk about the latest for Wall Street and Washington. And goodbye Gamestop, hello pot stocks—what the next target is for Reddit traders. And in our trending segment, we talk about the Oscars, Hi-C coming back to McDonald’s, and a very expensive pigskin toss from Tom Brady.
Twitter earnings are out, and paint a picture of the vast social media landscape. Plus, Bitcoin and crypto are soaring—we dig into why. And trending stories include Mark Cuban, pancake rebranding, and French employees working “Al Desko.”
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2021-02-0945:10

“Worldwide Exchange” delivers essential, actionable information and analysis for anyone who wants to be part of the global business conversation. Anchored by Brian Sullivan, the program will prepare CNBC’s worldwide audience with a smart take on overnight U.S. news and live international market action.
The Monday after the Buccaneers won the Super Bowl against the Chiefs, we discuss the historic nature of the game and how betting companies were impacted. Plus, celebrities like Elon Musk and Snoop Dogg are tweeting about Dogecoin. And we take a look at how the Reddit trading frenzy may actually have hurt the average retail investor.
The CEO of payment installment company Klarna joins us to discuss their first Super Bowl commercial and how 2020 impacted the online retail payment space. Plus, the rapid testing partner of SHAQ Bowl discusses the logistics of getting fans back to live events with testing. And this year’s Super Bowl is seeing record numbers in betting apps—we talk about whether or not that trend is here to stay.
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