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  • ASX: The new hotspot for tech listings?

    Max Cunningham, head of listings & issuer services at ASX, attributes the rise in tech listings on the Australian Securities Exchange over the last 18 months to factors such as higher capital mobility globally.

  • Still early days for ETFs in Asia: Expert

    Barry McInerney, co-chief executive officer at BMO Global Asset Management, says exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are "very efficient and effective" vehicles for investors.

  • For markets, is yuan devaluation too much to digest?

    Barry McInerney, co-chief executive officer of BMO Global Asset Management, says the devaluation of the yuan won't be well-received in the near term as markets prefer traditional monetary and fiscal policies.

  • China's surprise currency move is 'historic': Pro

    Christoffer Moltke-Leth, head of sales trading, Asia Pacific at Saxo Capital Markets, says the devaluation of the yuan on Tuesday marks a shift to a more market-based currency policy in China.

  • Here's the downside in CBA's earnings results

    While the annual profit of Commonwealth Bank of Australia met expectations, weaker margins and higher bad debts signal concerns ahead, says David Ellis, head of Australian banking research, Morningstar Australasia.

  • Why China's move to devalue yuan makes sense

    Jerry Webman, chief economist & senior investment officer at OppenheimerFunds, says China's decision to weaken the yuan on Monday marks a shift to a more market-determined exchange rate.

  • What's fueling growth at Domino's Pizza

    Don Meij, CEO of Domino's Pizza, discusses the drop in the company's shares despite delivering a 40 percent rise in full year net profit. He later outlines the pizza maker's future growth plans.

  • Why China's A-shares could bounce up 5-10%

    With Beijing doing everything it can to encourage stability, the A-share market could go higher in the short-term, says Mark Jolley, equity strategist at China Construction Bank International Securities.

  • Alibaba's partnership with Suning is great: Pro

    RJ Hottovy, global director of consumer equity research at Morningstar, says the investment into Suning offers "meaningful network effect" that will boost Alibaba's logistics capability.

  • Is China's market intervention a cause for concern?

    Andrew Sullivan, managing director of Sales Trading at Haitong International Securities, discusses the market-rescue measures unleashed by Beijing to prevent a stock market collapse.

  • What's really hurting commodity trader Noble Group

    Roger Tan, CEO of Voyage Research, says the slump in the commodity sector is hurting Singapore-listed Noble Group more than its accounting and management practices.

  • Pitt: China needs to 'come to grips with reality'

    Harvey Pitt, former chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) from 2001-2003, says China's over-management of its capital markets will hurt the country in the long run.

  • This expert sees China as a 'value-correction play'

    Soren Aandahl, director of research at Glaucus Research Group, says the recent correction in China's A-shares offer opportunities for investors to go long.

  • Berkshire deal makes a lot of sense: Analyst

    Macrae Sykes, research analyst at Gabelli & Company, explains why Berkshire Hathaway's acquisition of Precision Castparts is a "fairly rational" move.

  • Did Google do the right thing with radical restructuring?

    Scott Redler, chief strategic officer of, discusses news that Google created a new company called Alphabet which will count the internet giant as a subsidiary.

  • Behind the slip in Bendigo's net interest margins

    Mike Hirst, managing director at Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, attributes the 4-basis-point fall in the bank's net interest margins to the competitive low interest rate environment in Australia.

  • Singapore vs Hong Kong: Property market outlook

    Nicole Wong, regional head of property research at CLSA, compares the property markets in Singapore and Hong Kong.

  • Weak China exports are 'very worrying': StanChart

    Subdued global demand, particularly in the Europe and Japan, weighed on China's exports in July, says Kelvin Lau, senior economist at Standard Chartered.

  • Ansell CEO: Currency swings could hurt revenue

    Magnus Nicolin, CEO at Ansell, discusses the company's warning on how volatile exchange rates could take a toll on its revenue in the year ahead.

  • New Zealand PM: Clinch TPP deal soon

    John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand, says the Canadian election in October and next year's U.S. presidential election may serve up further obstacles for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) if a deal isn't done soon.

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