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  • China's congress 'unable to solve all problems'

    Despite its significance, the annual National People's Congress can't solve China's problems, warns Ken Peng, Asia Investment Strategist at Citi Private Bank.

  • Netflix, House of Cards Season 4

    Original programming content is the key to Netflix's success, notes Martin Pyykonen, senior research analyst at Rosenblatt Securities.

  • Negative rates

    Negative rates deter currency intervention and lowers government borrowing costs, explains Sean Darby, Global Head of Equity Strategy at Jefferies.

  • Singapore Jazz Festival 2016

    Michael Tay, Singapore International Jazz Festival's co-founder, has a message for Singaporeans: Jazz is for everyone.


    Kohler's Larry Yuen expects business opportunities as Hong Kong property rentals fall to more reasonable levels.

  • Arowana asian fund outperformance

    Arowana AM's Pierre Hoebrechts explains how the Arowana Asian Fund, which has high weightings in HK and China markets, managed to outperform in 2015.

  • Draghi, ECB

    ECB's Draghi needs to reassure markets that it can reflate the European economy, says David Hussey, head of pan-european equities at Manulife AM.

  • Samsonite buys Tumi : First on CNBC

    Tim Parker, non-executive chairman of Samsonite, explains how the acquisition of Tumi will be worth a lot of value to Samsonite's shareholders.

  • Market Overview

    FX investors have now started putting speculative positions on the sterling, explains Joshua Crabb from Old Mutual Global Investors.

  • CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on the expected discussion points at the National People's Congress meeting held in Beijing.

  • Asia markets

    CNBC's Bernie Lo reports on early trends in Asian markets as investors await non-farm payrolls data, a key indicator for the Fed.

  • Trump doesn't have a plan: Cannon

    Michael Cannon from the Cato Institute argues that some of the points in Donald Trump's healthcare proposals restate existing laws.

  • US Employment

    Jim O'Sullivan from High Frequency Economics says February non-far, payrolls will be around the monthly average of 220,000.

  • Fed hikes bullish for the economy

    Investors are hoping that strong jobs data would push the Fed to raise interest rates, explains Margaret Patel from Wells Fargo Advantage Funds.

  • An investor makes his way in front of a screen showing stock market movements in a securities firm in Fuyang, east China's Anhui province.

    Hong Kong was the odd one out as markets across Asia gained on Thursday, following a slightly higher finish on Wall Street overnight.

  • Pedestrians walk past a United Overseas Bank (UOB) branch in Singapore.

    Singapore-based United Overseas Bank will invest $10 million into Israel-based OurCrowd to help start-ups in Asia.

  • AB InBev

    Ben Cavender from China Market Reseach Group explains why China Resources Beer's move to buy SABMiller's CR Snow stake is positive for both parties.

  • Amazon's global strategy in smaller markets

    R.J. Hottovy from Morningstar explains that Amazon had the right pricing strategy, products and logistical factors to become an industry leader.

  • Is this China's new normal?

    China is in a state of transition but its long-term growth potential remains intact, says Kevin Gardiner from Rothschild Wealth Management.

  • (HOLD OFF FIRST) China's e-commerce has big potential: Morningstar

    Morningstar's R.J. Hottovy explains how shifts in attitudes and positive demographic trends will help fuel a e-commerce surge in China.

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