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A return of Iran's oil supply, alongside a surge in U.S. shale oil production, will have downward effects on oil prices, says David Hewitt, co-head of Global Oil & Gas Equity Research at Credit Suisse.
Richard Yetsenga, head of Global Markets Research at ANZ, discusses the implementation of a capital gains tax on residential property in New Zealand.
Stock markets in Shanghai were the biggest laggards on Friday, while the rest of Asia advanced on the back of an impressive U.S. lead.
Aspect Partners said Thursday it has raised $150 million for its initial fund. CNBC's Julia Boorstin has more in this exclusive interview.
Raymond Vickery, global fellow at Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, says China and India seem to be pushing for deeper cultural ties, but issues like border disputes remain a sticking point for both countries.
Vishnu Varathan, senior economist at Mizuho Bank, explains what a weaker U.S. dollar and stabilization in oil prices mean for the Indonesian rupiah and Malaysian ringgit.
Mark Konyn, CEO of Cathay Conning Asset Management, stays overweight on H-shares, but is taking a "balanced approach" across Asia which could see another round of currency devaluation.
Peter Boardman, managing director of Tradewinds, discusses how cut-throat competition in Japan's LCD market is hurting Sharp.
Michael Beer, VP of Asia Pacific Transportation Research at Citi, says a weaker Singapore dollar and a huge fuel hedging loss weighed on Singapore Airlines' fourth-quarter results.
Adrian Mowat, managing director and chief Asian and emerging market equity strategist at J.P. Morgan, expects policy support from the People's Bank of China (PBoC) to take the index higher.
Tobias Harris, Japan analyst at Teneo Intelligence, discusses the public opposition against a legislation that would allow Japanese forces to defend other countries.
Peter Berkowitz, senior fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, says the absence of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain leaders at the Camp David summit suggests a lack of confidence in the Iran nuclear deal.
James Swanson, chief investment strategist at MFS Investment Management, discusses the surge on Wall Street overnight.
Christian Whiton, principal at the DC International Advisory, discusses news that U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will take a "tough approach" over disputes in the South China Sea.
Cynthia Meng, managing director, China/HK TMT Equity Research at Jefferies Hong Kong, says factors like the launch of Weixin-based social advertisements are driving Tencent's advertising revenue.
Michael Kelly, managing director and global head of Asset Allocation at PineBridge Investments, says recent policy moves are linked to local government debt and Beijing's aim for the yuan to become a reserve currency.
Silvia Ding, head, South China at Maersk Line, says the Danish shipping and oil giant is seeing similar concerns over falling market share in China and outlines how the firm is coping with that.
Mark Pearson, founding partner at Arcus Investment, attributes the underperformance of Nissan Motor to faltering growth in developing markets like China and Mexico.
Daniel Farley, CIO of the Investment Solutions Group at State Street Global Advisors, explains why a majority of survey respondents expect a 10-20 percent correction in developed stock markets soon.
India and China are "pragmatic partners" who realize the need for cooperation and engagement, says Haiyan Wang, managing partner at the China India Institute.
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