Jean-Claude Trichet, Former European Central Bank President from 2003-2011, says the concept of the European Union has "shown remarkable resilience" and detractors are "not in line with reality."
Jean-Claude Trichet, Former European Central Bank President from 2003-2011, says the Fed has been clear in warning markets that an increase in interest rates was on the cards.
Bruce Rockowitz, CEO & vice chairman of Global Brands Group, says Beijing's anti-corruption drive is the right thing to do, but it is taking a toll on businesses in the luxury and gambling segments.
Wirat Uanarumit, chief financial officer of PTT Group, says diversification of its businesses insulated the Thai oil and gas producer from the relentless plunge in crude oil prices.
Wayne Swan, Former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, says Australia needs "a set of policies which play to the [country's] strength" while encouraging non-mining investments.
Wayne Swan, Former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, says the frequent leadership changes in Australia indicates "a degree of polarization" in the country's politics.
Bruce Rockowitz, CEO & vice chairman of Global Brands Group, says Alibaba made a "big mistake" by listing in the U.S. and explains why the Chinese e-commerce giant needs to start eliminating counterfeit goods on its websites.
China has been a key driver of the auto industry over the past few years, but with the economy slowing, are carmakers worried that the market may be running out of gas?
Adam Petryk, head of Multi-Asset and Solutions at QS Investors, advises investors to adopt a diversified strategy across equities, fixed income and commodities.
Bruce Rockowitz, CEO & vice chairman of Global Brands Group, says China is going through an evolution as the country shifts away from a manufacturing-led economy.
John Rice, vice chairman of GE, says economic growth in China remains "significantly above average" among emerging markets.
Bill Nichols, co-head of U.S. equities trading at Cantor Fitzgerald, says a rise in U.S. interest rates will be a relief for markets.
John Rice, vice chairman of GE, says fears over Australia's frequent leadership changes can be allayed if the new Prime Minister is able to make tough decisions over the country's economic restructuring.
Eric Cheng, CEO of Malaysia-based Carsome, explains how it provides a hassle-free platform that matches car dealers with prospective buyers.
Han Ching Choong, investment manager at Kriya Capital, outlines her investment strategy in China.
Sean Darby, global head of equity strategy at Jefferies, says a December liftoff will be likely as the Fed seeks to move away from the zero-bound and avoid "coming into the crosswinds" of the 2016 presidential race.
Amid Fed and China-related uncertainties, the victory by Singapore's ruling party will only have a short-lived boost on market sentiment, says Selena Ling, head of Treasury Research and Strategy at OCBC Bank.
Mark Tinker, head of AXA Framlington Asia, says the wider-than-expected 10.8 percent jump in August retail sales is a "huge tailwind" for firms catered to Chinese consumers.
Scott Darling, regional head of oil & gas research at JP Morgan, explains why he is expecting Brent crude to hit $50 a barrel in the fourth quarter and $53 in 2016.
A weakening U.S. economy, alongside the crisis in China, means that the Fed will launch another round of quantitative easing, says Richard Duncan, chief economist at Blackhorse Asset Management.
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