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CEF Holdings's Warren Gilman said expectations of an increase in Rio Tinto's dividend were overdone and the dividend cut was inevitable.
Suncorp's CEO Michael Cameron, says the banking and life insurance business unit had a strong H1, but the general insurance division was hit by market volatility and natural disasters.
Saxo Bank Group's Adam Reynolds says JGBs negative yields are not an anomaly or just because of market volatility.
Markets are concerned about Fed tightening rate and China's economic health, says William Ma, CIO at Noah Holdings Hong Kong.
Ben Kallo from Robert W. Baird, says Elon Musk has always set very aspirational goals for Tesla and often gets very close to meeting them.
Nomura's Michael Kurtz warns that the BOJ is struggling with a stronger yen and a 50 b.p. decline in Japan's inflation expectations.
China's rise as a global manufacturer has reduced U.S. manufacturing employment, explains David Autor, co-author of The China Shock: Learning from Labour Market Adjustment to Large Changes in Trade.
Battery Park Capital's Bill Smith argues that it makes no sense for a gradual Fed tightening when economic data is not strong.
A prominent Hong Kong student activist blames the deteriorated relationship between police and the people of Hong Kong for the Mongkok riots on Monday.
Geoff Lewis from Manulife Asset Management explains that amid the current volatility, banks don't mind holding onto bonds with negative yield.
Andrew Tananbaum from Capital Business Credit, says retails sales for Spring/Summer season are flat year-on-year based on U.S. orders to China.
Joseph Cheng founder of Power for Democracy explains what he believes led to the clash between the police and demonstrators earlier this week.
Japan's policymakers might have to revise their goals for Abenomics, says Geoff Lewis, global market strategist at Manulife Asset Management.
Japanese yen is surging because it is well-supported by a large current account surplus of nearly 3 percent of GDP, explains Commonwealth Bank of Australia's Elias Haddad.
Disney's strong earnings were driven by the Star Wars franchise, but the shares fell on cord-cutting concerns, says Tim Nollen, senior media analyst at Macquarie.
Nolan McCarty, from Princeton University, explains why it is tricky for Hillary Clinton to publicly confront Bernie Sanders about his proposed policies.
Nolan McCarty, from Princeton University, says it is hard to be certain because New Hampshire polling is "notoriously inaccurate."
Our strategies are to short the S&P index, go long on gold, trade currencies based on risk sentiment, says Axel Merk of Merk Investments.
Banks' significant headwinds will only reduce their appetites to extend loans and hurt economic growth, says Axel Merk from Merk Investments.
Feng Shui master Raymond Lo tells CNBC that the Monkey King has 72 transformations, so 2016 will be a year of changes.
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