Foreign Exchange, which debuted on June 27, 2005, is a business show on CNBC World focusing exclusively on trading in the currency markets.
Foreign Exchange is CNBC World's first original live program, is anchored by a rotating group of reporters from CNBC's Global Headquarters (was previously anchored by The Wall Street Journal's Bob O'Brien), and Dow Jones Newswires' Nick Hastings as a contributor from CNBC Europe headquarters in London.
The show now airs weekdays from 8:30 to 8:45 AM ET.
Listen It's so hard to read between the lines Just know you are mine I am yours Nothing more Looking for the way To ask you to stay with me One more night, one more day So i lay here beside you Nothing better to do What could be sweeter than you (sweeter) With nothing better to do Im asking what could be sweeter than you So much that we can't understand Take you by the hand Love so bitter sweet We agree, usually Try to hold back the feeling But we both can see That's it's calling me We've been here a thousand times before And every time we swear its a mistake shouldnt be this way This is the game we play to lose Yet and still i choose Nothing better to do (there's nothing better) What could be sweeter than you (What could be sweeter) With nothing better to do Im asking what could be sweeter than you (better to do, sweeter than you)
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