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Indicators that a global recession is not impending and oil market stability could give the markets a lift, says Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist at Wells Capital Management.
Asian stocks closed sharply lower on Wednesday, after Wall Street sold off as much as 2 percent overnight amid a plunge in oil prices.
Unless there is more clarity on China, oil prices or Fed policy, volatility is set to continue, says Chi Lo from BNP Paribas.
Mainland tourists are now traveling away from Hong Kong to spend, in part due to the HK dollar strength, explains Erwan Rambourg, head of consumer and retail at HSBC.
Eric Liu, from Vanda Research, talks about news of China easing the mortgage down payments for first home purchases.
The auto industry is still enjoying the benefits of a strong U.S. economy, cheap oil and easy credit. CNBC's Dan Murphy has more.
Nintendo revenues won't see a turnaround unless there is a strategy change, says Michael Pachter, MD of equity research at Wedbush Securities.
John Woods, APAC CIO at Credit Suisse PBWM, says the bank's cautious on Asian markets because of Fed uncertainty, oil prices and China concerns.
Patrick Basham, director of The Democracy Institute, explains what to expect from candidates ahead of New Hampshire GOP polling.
Victor Anthony from Axiom Capital Management, says for Yahoo it's all about the reverse spin-off and strategic alternatives.
Thomas Lee of Fundstrat Global Advisors, says investors are watching liquidity conditions, signs of financial stress and oil prices.
Rana Gupta, managing director for Indian equities at Manulife Asset Management says prudent policies have led to macro stability in India.
Basketball can find popularity inside Southeast Asia's large, young demographic according to Scott Levy, managing director for Asia at the NBA.
Richard Huang, a research analyst at Nomura, says in Macau lodging and entertainment ventures are getting as much focus as its gaming sector.
Chinese investors are concerned with redemption pressure, earnings, and the yuan, says Willie Chan, Asia regional strategist at Kim Eng Securities.
Scientists have to work to figure out what's causing the Zika virus outbreak says Aditya Bhattacharji, analyst at Eurasia Group.
Karine Hirn, co-founder and CEO of East Capital says there are interesting entry points in Chinese equities.
Economic freedom entail right to higher wages, long life, and a better environment says Ed Fuelner, founder of The Heritage Foundation.
Julian Zelizer, a professor at Princeton University says Republican presidential hopefuls still have a chance to succeed at Iowa caucus.
Big disconnect between markets and Fed over March policy decision, says Doug Gordon, a senior portfolio manager at Russell Investments.
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