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Gaurav Sodhi, senior analyst at Intelligent Investor, is focused on how much further Rio Tinto will go with its cost cuts, as well as how the miner will reinvest its profits.
Sara Nelson, International President at the Association of Flight Attendants, says the subsidies and unfair benefits given to Gulf airlines are a direct violation of the "Open Skies" agreement.
Mark Dunkerley, president & CEO of Hawaiian Airlines, explains why the airline formed a group called "U.S. Airlines for Open skies" with FedEx, Atlas Air and JetBlue.
John Buckingham, CIO at AFAM Capital, says an interest rate hike by the Fed will not spell doom for the U.S. equity markets.
Chatib Basri, Former Finance Minister of Indonesia from 2013-2014, says weaker commodity prices and a fall in government investment spending are hurting Indonesia's economy.
Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy and chief economist at AMP Capital, is fairly optimistic on Chinese shares over the next 6 months on the back of reasonable valuations among large caps and the possibility of further easing.
While Beijing is partly responsible for the market selloff, authorities had good intentions to help the market become a "fully developed market", says Mark Tinker, head of AXA Framlington Asia.
Michael Lu, CEO of LTS Group, discusses the latest YPO Global Pulse Confidence survey which found that CEOs in Asia remain more confident than their peers in other parts of the world.
Richard Jerram, chief economist of the Bank of Singapore, says economies in Southeast Asia have proved "surprisingly resilient" amid a massive slowdown in China.
Apart from currency gains, regulatory issues such as lower oil prices are also key factors behind Toyota Motor's earnings, says Vivek Vaidya, VP for APAC Automotive & Transportation at Frost & Sullivan.
Scott Nations, chief investment officer & president at NationsShares, says the loss of market share in China could dent the margins that Apple derives from its iPhone sales.
Neil Macker, equity analyst at Morningstar, says the appeal of live sports and ESPN's broad multimedia presence will allow the firm to offer an unbeatable over-the-top (OTT) offering.
Matthew Circosta, economist at Moody's Analytics, says Tuesday's retail sales and trade data are headed in the right direction hence the Reserve Bank of Australia will likely leave interest rates on hold.
Despite the recent decline in the price of zinc, Heron Resources remains positive on the commodity's supply and demand fundamentals, says managing director & CEO Wayne Taylor.
Matt Smith, director of Commodity Research at ClipperData, expects Brent crude to fall to $45 and U.S. crude to hit near $40 a barrel, before staging a comeback.
Gavin Parry, managing director at Parry International Trading, discusses news that Chinese authorities are stepping up their crackdown on short-selling of shares Tuesday.
Koji Endo, managing director at Advanced Research Japan, outlines his expectations for Toyota Motors' first-quarter results.
While declining gold prices will inevitably hurt revenue, gold miners are getting help from falling local currencies and oil costs, says Greg Foulis, CEO of Kingsgate Consolidated.
Vishal Shah, managing director of Deutsche Bank, says U.S. President Barack Obama's clean energy plan is a preparation for the U.N. climate change summit which will be held in Paris in December.
Matthew Hegarty, senior analyst at Antipodes Global Investment Partners, says the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) sees no incentive to lower interest rates on the back of a weaker Aussie dollar.
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