Sara Eisen

Sara Eisen


@CNBC @SquawkStreet 10 am and @CNBCClosingbell 3pm. first love: foreign exchange https://t.co/XAlrkmuynB

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Did you ever think you’d be a central banker? “No. But did I ever think I would be head of the IMF? No. Did I ever think that I would be a finance minister for a G7 country? No. The only thing I was certain of is that I would be a lawyer.” @Lagarde  @CNBC 

21st consecutive quarter of double digit growth in China, says Nike CFO

“it was 1 crisis after the other1 country after the other.And a lot of tension,a lot of work. And a fantastic staff at the IMF but there,I think there was a leadership issue obviously. And we all came together & I think did a fantastic job in those 8 years”Lagarde on euro crisis

"it's often the case with Europe that you despair of Europe. And you think, "Oh-- when are they going to get their act together?" Things happen at a different pace in Europe because you simply have, for the euro zone only, 19 governments that have to come together." @Lagarde 

“The future does not belong to globalists” @realDonaldTrump  focuses on trade at UN

Also wonderful to get my British election/Brexit breakdown ahead of next week! @WilfredFrost  6 week countdown for @CNBCClosingBell 

Remembering Paul Volcker, who was very funny and sarcastic, especially for a monetary policy and economics heavyweight. This was in Italy in 2013

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Hey Sneaker fans, I can report the first self-lacing Nike Mag shoes are in NYC #nike  #MAGS 

Bitcoin price up 95% or so since Jaime Dimon called it a fraud

“The president also appeared hung up on Yellen’s height. He told aides on the National Economic Council on several occasions that the 5-foot-3-inch economist was not tall enough to lead the central bank, quizzing them on whether they agreed, current and former officials said. “

@realDonaldTrump  : Canada is the biggest buyer for most US states' exports...

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Please watch our interview with White House advisor Navarro on Trump's tariff threats against Mexico. He continues to argue that the US consumer doesn’t pay. I don’t get it.

I asked Chariman Greenspan what he thought when President Trump said the dollar's too strong. His answer: "I turned off my hearing aid"

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"I have a chronic deficit with my barber, who doesn't buy a darned thing from me" economist Robert solow on trade deficit irrelevance

Worst Christmas Eve performance for stocks ever. S&P officially closes in bear market

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