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The dollar is set to recover on expectations of one Fed hike this year and further easing in Europe and Japan, says Compass Global Markets's Scott Cavanough.
Chris Powell from the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee argues that central banks are intervening in gold markets in a bid to keep prices down.
Deutsche Bank's Taimur Baig explains that the Fed's stance remains that it is poised to hike interest rates but is in no hurry to act.
First-quarter earnings are the biggest risk to U.S. market momentum, says David Schiegoleit, senior portfolio manager at The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank.
Terry Ho, CFO at Xtep, says increased government support is upholding the industry, noting that his brand has now transformed from a casual to professional sportswear company.
Sigve Brekke, Telenor Group CEO, says the telco is already seeing healthy margins in its Myanmar operations as data consumption is rapidly on the rise.
Sigve Brekke, Telenor Group CEO, says the firm is still engaged in dialogue with Myanmar's government about taxes on telecommunications.
As China strives to be more transparent, authorities must ensure people are less worried about the state of China's currency reserves, said Sean Darby of Jeffries.
Markets could strengthen this quarter as people reassess their fears surrounding China's economy and a looming U.S. recession, said Sean Darby of Jeffries.
Tourism firms need to be technologically prepared as more people spend time on their smartphones researching travel plans, says Dominic Allon, managing director at Google Hong Kong.
Guy Look, CFO of Sa Sa International, explains why Hong Kong's tourism market is losing global competitiveness.
Over the last 18 months, the world has seen a flurry of fintech companies but regulation remains a key issue, warns Richard Harris of Port Shelter Investment Management.
As Asian equity markets begin the new quarter on lower footing, CNBC's Bernie Lo takes you through the day's big movers.
Alex Sato of Invesco Asset Management Japan explains why the country will face challenges in maintaining strong business sentiment readings ahead.
Strong U.S. jobs growth, seen by recent non-farm payrolls data, can support consumption despite tepid wage gains, according to Rob Martin, senior U.S. economist at Barclays.
Concerns that have plagued markets as of late, such as the Fed raising rates too fast or extended oil price declines, have now subsided, says Pioneer Investments' John Carey.
NetDragon's Simon Leung identifies drivers of the firm's strong 2015 earnings and explains why it is diversifying into education.
Cyrus Daruwala from IDC Financial Services & IEP believes that China's big banks are actually concealing a much larger pile of bad debt.
Easing supply concerns and increased stability in China will drive oil prices up in the next nine months, says Vasu Menon from OCBC Wealth Management.
Zanadu CEO Zan Wu explains how virtual reality content can help tourists "visit" luxury holiday destinations before they make the booking.
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