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The Motley Fool's David Kretzmann explains why Disney's latest results don't dim the prospects for the media conglomerate.
Sanders strikes a chord with white working-class voters, which is West Virginia's majority demographic, says John Zogby of Zogby Analytics.
There has been a lack of macroeconomic tailwinds to push the market to new highs, notes RidgeWorth Investments' Alan Gayle.
China's consumer price inflation held steady at 2.3 percent in April, despite an over 30 percent increase in pork prices.
Euro Pacific Capital's Peter Schiff argues that the U.S. is actually in an earnings and economic recession, so the Fed is likely to cut interest rates.
Dr. Chris Smith, host of The Naked Scientists, expects the Zika virus vaccine will very likely be made, especially with the U.S. at high risk.
JPMorgan's Grace Ng says the easing of deflationary pressures in April PPI is positive due to earlier concerns about corporate revenue and profits.
China is pumping in more liquidity to prop up its economy instead of dealing with the fundamental problems, says independent economist Andy Xie.
CLSA's Alfred Dy sees potential in Philippine's banking sector, because the country is still in the early stages of infrastructure-building.
S&P Global's John Kingston explains why the Canada's supply reduction was not sufficient to support a rally in oil prices.
Manulife AM's Geoff Lewis says Beijing could be moving away from focusing much of its efforts on the anti-corruption drive and more on China's growth.
Asia markets opened mixed Tuesday ahead of China's inflation data. CNBC's Bernie Lo has more.
Monday's data leak essentially builds on the story-line of the first leak, explains Tom Cardamone, managing director at Global Financial Integrity.
Compass Point's Michael Tarkan notes that the resignation of Lending Club's CEO highlights the concerns in the marketplace lending industry.
Consumer discretionary sectors are a better indicator of consumer health than Gap's weak Q1 results, says Bill Barker, co-manager of Motley Fool Funds.
Ronald Wan from Partners Capital International says JD.com faces stiff competition from Alibaba, as well as weakening domestic demand.
Don't expect Saudi Arabia's new oil boss to bring big change to OPEC's June meeting, analysts said, after it replaced its long-serving minister.
'X-Men: Apocalypse' is the next Marvel movie to hit the big screen. Will it do for Fox what Captain America is doing for Disney? CNBC's Phil Han has more.
A flood of demand from local and foreign businesses is boosting real-estate in the Philippines, points out Rick Santos, chairman, founder and managing partner of CBRE Philippines.
HSBC is in better shape based on their recent earnings and cost-efficiency ratios, argues Dickie Wong, executive director at Kingston Securities.
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