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  • Asia Markets

    Asian markets opened positive, while awaiting important data from the Bank of Korea and China.

  • VistaJet

    VistaJet, which charges by the hour, is the most efficient yet economical way for executives to fly, says VistaJet's founder Thomas Flohr.

  • Zinc supply is tightening up, prices picking up

    MMG's Andrew Michelmore talks to CNBC about the tightening supply of zinc and the Las Bambas copper project in today's commodities market environment.

  • Will the bull run continue?

    Bull markets end due to inventory corrections or a lack of money supply, neither of which are the case for the U.S., says Battery Park Capital's Bill Smith.

  • Malaysia Politics

    Despite the new political pressure, Najib Razak's resignation can only be brought about by the UMNO party, Wan Saiful Wan Jan, CEO of IDEAS, explains.

  • Shipping Industry

    New ship building is being delayed, while older ships are getting scrapped, notes Tim Huxley from Wah Kwong Maritime Transport Holdings.

  • Japan GDP

    Investors expect a dovish Fed, which will limit yen depreciation against the greenback, warns Binay Chandgothia from Principal Global Investors.

  • Fed hikes

    Nomura's Bob Janjuah explains why, if it wasn't a U.S. presidential election year, the Fed would be cutting, not raising, interest rates.

  • Trading Strategies

    Asset managers are worried about the market impact of a Brexit than the U.S. presidential elections, says Jonathan Lowe from JPMorgan AM.

  • Asia Markets

    Asia markets opened lower, particularly Japan's benchmark and TOPIX indices. CNBC's Bernie Lo has more.

  • Bearish on Gold

    Warren Gilman from CEF Holdings reckons gold prices will be hurt by rising Fed interest rates in the near term.

  • Little risk of US recession

    Investors have been nervous because of market volatility but economic data is actually getting stronger, says Rob Martin from Barclays.

  • Equities - Top picks

    Ernesto Ramos from BMO Global AM says its propriety indicator reveals a wide gap in the pricing of higher-quality stocks and higher-risk stocks.

  • Chinese laborers repair an oil pumping unit at Huabei oil field.

    Predictions of an oil rally to $50 a barrel has markets excited, but IHS cautions that the commodity hasn't done rebalancing yet.

  • Glass ceiling still present for women

    Asia is projected to have the least number of women in executive roles in 2025, warns Su-Mei Thompson, CEO of The Women's Foundation.

  • China's crackdown on corruption

    Weeding out corruption is essential to other structural reforms Beijing wants to put into place, notes Helen Zhu, Head of China Equities at BlackRock.

  • China Markets

    Managing currency expectations is important to avoid markets spiraling out of control, warns Helen Zhu, Head of China Equities at BlackRock.

  • Brexit

    Should the U.K. leave the European Union, the consequences are frightening, warns Michael Fuchs, Vice Chairman of the Christian Democratic Union-Christian Social Union coalition.

  • Europe Migrant Crisis

    Michael Fuchs, Vice Chairman of the Christian Democratic Union-Christian Social Union coalition, explains why it's important for Syria and Libya to be incorporated into strategies.

  • Foodpanda

    Emma Heap, Managing Director at Foodpanda, discusses how technology is shaping the F&B industry.

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