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Nikkei CNBC

Nikkei CNBC
Launched April 1990 (as Nikkei Satellite News)
May 1, 1997 (as Asia Business News)
October 1, 1999 (relaunch, as Nikkei CNBC)
Owned by Nihon Keizai Shimbun, NBCUniversal, TV Tokyo, Jupiter TV
Country Japan
Broadcast area Japan
Replaced Nikkei Satellite News (1990–1999)
Asia Business News (1997–1998)
CNBC Business News (1998–1999)
SKY PerfecTV! Channel 251 (SD)
Channel 570 (HD)
eo light TV Channel 881 (HD)
J:COM Channel 303 (HD)
JCN Channel 101
Hikari TV Channel 850

Nikkei CNBC (日経CNBC) is a business and financial news television channel broadcast in Japan. It is owned primarily by CNBC Asia and Japanese media group Nihon Keizai Shimbun and TV Tokyo Holdings Corporation.

The channel is a result of the merger of the former Nikkei Satellite News (launched 1990) and Asia Business News (launched 1997, renamed CNBC Business News in 1998) by an agreement with CNBC Asia and Nihon Keizai Shimbun.


Current shows

Nikkei CNBC produces Japan-US Market Relay Morning Express (8:30 to 10 am JST), Afternoon Express aired at Midday.

CNBC's Worldwide Exchange and Squawk on the Street have Japanese translations; raw programming includes Power Lunch, Street Signs and Closing Bell.

Nikkei CNBC operates as follows:

JST Weekdays Anchor/Host Description
Asia Squawk Box
Bernard Lo, Susan Li
Japan-US Market Relay Morning Express
Madoka Ogawa
Afternoon Express
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