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.
Jennifer Westacott, Business Council of Australia CEO, explains why business tax reliefs would be a meaningful signal for the business community.
Andrew Leigh, Australia's shadow assistant treasurer, says it's critical the country maintain's its strong credit rating.
Parry International Trading's Gavin Parry says summer trading volumes are lower, but post-September is when market volatility really ramps up.
State Street Global Advisors says there is a disconnect between market activity and what investors are expecting from their long-term returns.
David Roche from Independent Strategy says Australia's inflation rates justify a rate cut, but the economy doesn't need it.
Investors have decided that the Federal Reserve will not raise rates, which is what's driving financial markets, says Independent Strategy's David Roche.
Asia markets open mixed on Tuesday, with the ASX 200 down 0.33 percent as investors await the RBA decision due today.
Standard Chartered's Divya Devesh says negative rates are an experiment for central banks, who're taking a wait-and-see approach to the policy outcome.
The Australian budget should wind back on negative gearing and reduce the capital gains tax discount, says Danielle Wood from Grattan Institute.
UBS WM's Hartmut Issel explains how the Oncology Impact Fund helps to pair wealth management clients with investments driving oncology research.
RCMA Asset Management's Michael Coleman explains that the surge of interest in China's commodity futures market was driven by the easing of credit.
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