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Amid a slowdown in global growth, countries will explore alternative ways to stimulate growth such as trade agreements, says David Gaud, senior portfolio manager at Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management.
David Roche, president and global strategist at Independent Strategy, says the U.K. will stay in the European Union, but political risks will likely rise ahead of a referendum on Britain's membership.
Haruhiko Kuroda, Governor of Bank of Japan, tells CNBC why negative interest rates in Japan are not necessary.
David Roche, president & global strategist at Independent Strategy, says the yuan devaluation in August "has not served any purpose" and the risk of deflation in China remains.
David Roche, president & global strategist at Independent Strategy, discusses a report by the Group of Thirty which warned that zero rates and money printing were insufficient to revive growth.
Kelvin Tan, CEO and founder of Genesis-Global, explains how his firm acts as an investment broker for rare gemstones.
Independent economist Andy Xie notes that while China's domestic consumption growth might not be strong enough to prop up the economy, it's still a positive figure.
China's slowdown has been a "big blow" to Southeast Asian economies that have relied on export income to China for years, says Andy Xie, independent economist.
Macau's strong activity over the Golden Week suggests that seasonal casino and gaming trends are intact, says Grant Govertsen, MD at Union Gaming Group.
Dave Sargent, VP of automotive research at J.D. Power, discusses the Congressional grilling received by Volkswagen's U.S. boss Michael Horn over the emissions scandal.
Sri Lanka's political outlook is unclear because key government decisions are being delayed by a vocal opposition, says Karine Hirn, co-founder and CEO at East Capital.
The relief rally in emerging markets could be the result of investors giving up trying to claw back gains lost in Q3's falling markets, says Karine Hirn, co-founder and CEO of East Capital.
Further initiatives are needed to make the EU financial system more robust, says Valdis Dombrovskis, VP of the European Commission and Commissioner for Euro and Social Dialogue.
The cyclical downturn that aluminum is facing was expected to weigh on Alcoa's upstream operations, notes Andrew Lane, a metals analyst at Morningstar.
Ken Fisher, CEO, chairman and founder of Fisher Investments, says Fed governors have never been prescient in the past, and everything will work out, just not in the Fed's time.
Victor Chan, chairman of Hong Kong Hotels Association, says the number of mainland tourists and hotel occupancy was down in Hong Kong over Golden Week.
A stronger yuan and HK dollar will boost the A- and H-share markets, says Dickie Wong, executive director of Kingston Securities
Jon Sutton, managing director and CEO of the Bank of Queensland, says a focus on "sustainable growth over the long term" will help BoQ ride out local economic cycles.
A surprise upside to Q3 earnings and strong China's GDP could turn investors bullish on Chinese stocks, says William Ma, chief investment officer at Gottex Fund Management.
VW's US boss Michael Horn is due to face the Congress over emissions cheating but won't be able to offer a detailed solution for VW owners, says Michael Dunne, president of Automotive Resources Asia.
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