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Adrian Zuercher, executive director and head of asset allocation for Asia at UBS, says tier-one and tier-two cities are seeing more activity, indicating an abundance of liquidity.
Negative rates can work in smaller countries, such as Sweden, but not in the world's third-largest economy, argues Adrian Zuercher of UBS.
Default cases are rising and the government may not be able to bail all of them out, warms Pu Yong Hao, partner and chief investment officer of Fountainhead Partners.
Despite strong GDP growth, demand still remains weak, warns James McIntyre, Australia chief economist at Macquarie.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is focusing more on manufacturing instead of design, points out Cathie Wood, CEO & CIO of Ark Invest.
Trump is slowly pivoting to a more presidential and statesmanlike rhetoric now that he has effectively clinched the GOP nomination, explains Patrick Basham of the Democracy Institute.
Mathias Cormann, finance minister of Australia, explains how the new budget will make the country's tax system more growth friendly.
Lowering corporate taxes will stimulate growth and bolster small businesses in particular, explains Tim Reed CEO of cloud accounting software company MYOB.
Australia unveiled a budget package high on new taxes but low on measures to boost sagging growth. Economists don’t seem that convinced.
Phang Yew Kiat of Credit China Holdings explains the firm's decision to invest $30 million for a 6.4 percent stake in blockchain infrastructure provider BitFury.
The RBA is tracking other major central banks in pushing interest rates towards zero, according to Tai Hui of J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
Trump will likely win California, West Virginia and New Jersey, making him the presumptive Republican nominee, warns Matt Mackowiak of Potomac Strategy Group.
Investors should not underestimate the impact of political developments in the U.S. and Europe, warns Tai Hui of J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
Hiro Watanabe, CEO of Sports Perfecta, explains the launch of its 'Daily Fantasy Jockey,' a fantasy sports game for horse racing enthusiasts.
Financing government debt with zero-coupon bonds is a potential solution, explains Sean Darby, global head of equity strategy at Jefferies.
Trump's anti-trade views could spell trouble for emerging markets, warns Sean Darby, global head of equity strategy at Jefferies.
The 2016-2017 budget is one that the government wants the electorate to forget about, explains Nick Xenophon, independent senator.
Following news of Ted Cruz's exit, Stephen Shakespeare of YouGov discusses the odds between Clinton and Trump.
If U.S. stocks were to revisit their high of May 2015, central bank decisions will be key, says Tom White of RED Option Advisors.
Abul Maal Muhith, finance minister of Bangladesh, discusses the country's series of violent deaths and the hack on the central bank.
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