Asia Business Day Squawk Box Asia


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  • China Housing Markets

    Heitman's John White says the property markets in China's higher-tier cities and lower-tier cities are performing very differently.

  • Paulson pt.2

    Paulson Institute's Henry Paulson shares his insight on what Chinese authorities have done well and what more could be done for the economy.

  • Xi Jinping has the 'right blueprint'

    China is on the right reform path and it is now a matter of political will, says Henry Paulson, founder and chairman, Paulson Institute.

  • PBOC at G20

    Aberdeen Asset Management's Hugh Young does not anticipate "doom and gloom" for China's economy but its policymakers do have issues to resolve.

  • Presidential elections effect on markets

    Markets will only price in expectations from the presidential elections closer to the date, says Salman Ahmed from Lombard Odier Investment Managers.

  • Emerging Markets

    EM currencies could soon see a recovery which would lead to foreign investor inflows, says Jens Nystedt, MD of Morgan Stanley Investment Management.

  • G20 more effective in 'crisis mode'

    Lombard Odier Investment Managers' Global Strategist Salman Ahmed says when policymakers are faced with an urgent crisis, it is easier for them to reach a consensus.

  • Iran Elections

    Payam Mohseni from Harvard University says Iran's political parties have campaigned effectively and made good use of social media to reach voters.

  • Japan CPI

    Japan will slip back into deflation in the coming months because of the stronger yen and weak commodity prices, says Jesper Koll of WisdomTree Japan.

  • Has the G20 become irrelevant?

    Nuveen Asset Management's Bob Doll says the G20 has grown less relevant and is unlikely to provide any solutions to global economic issues.

  • Chinese shares tumbled Thursday, extending a long rout, amid tighter liquidity, but other markets in Asia settled higher.

  • A clutch of Chinese companies are challenging Samsung and Apple in the smartphone market as demand remains firm in both mature and emerging markets.

  • Perpetual Earnings

    All of our funds across all asset classes delivered five-year returns in the first or second quartile, says Geoff Llyod, CEO & MD of Perpetual.

  • What to expect from the Chinese markets

    CLSA's Francis Cheung says mainland markets are calmer as investors are expecting more stimulus from Beijing.

  • Market volatility

    Investors in Europe want income from their investments amid difficult market conditions, says Jim McCaffery from Nomura.

  • Degussa

    Degussa's Singapore subsidiary is doubling its sales figures almost every month, says Chief International Officer Raphael Scherer.

  • Xiaomi MI5 launch

    Xiaomi gained China market share because it offers good software services such as weekly updates based on user feedback, explains IDC's Tay Xiaohan.

  • Oil may drop to $11 a barrel: Wendell

    Brandon Wendell from the Online Trading Academy says chart analysis shows Nymex could fall as low as $11 per barrel.

  • Air New Zealand

    Air New Zealand's CEO Christopher Luxon says the airline has done well every half, regardless of the volatile environment, because of good management.

About Squawk Box Asia

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