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Apple's sales will stay under pressure if the iPhone 7 is not revolutionary, John Petrides from Point View Wealth Management warns.
High debt levels in China are a risk but an imminent global financial crisis-type implosion is unlikely, a Moody’s executive said Tuesday.
China's debt load at more than 200 percent of GDP is high relative to other countries of similar income levels, says Atsi Sheth from Moody's.
The 1MDB scandal affects market sentiment, but is not a systemic risk to Malaysia's credit rating, says Moody's Investors Service' Atsi Sheth
Despite the corruption crackdown, Chinese consumers still like quality luxury autos such as Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz, says Macquarie CS' Janet Lewis.
Richard Harris from Port Shelter Investment Management says the BOJ is powerless without policy options because the yen is not weakening.
The risk of yuan depreciation is that it could lead to increased foreign capital outflows, explains Richard Harris from Port Shelter Investment Management.
CNBC's Phil Han reports on the efforts to contain the Chernobyl disaster fallout, which has been dubbed the "Chernobyl Sarcophagus."
China's ties with individual EU states are less political than its relationship with the U.S., says author Philippe Le Corre.
HK-listed Chinese firms trade at much lower prices, and at a lower trading volume than on the mainland market, explains BoCom Intl's Hao Hong.
Leading labor market indicators suggest future softness which would be a challenge for the Fed, notes Standard Chartered WM's Steve Brice.
Following Wall Street's lead, Asian markets were mostly down in early trade on Tuesday.
The Cato Institute's Bill Watson says there were unexpected controversial points in the TTIP, but there's still a chance it could happen this year.
Huayi Brothers Chairman Dennis Wang says the move to break into the U.S. film industry is to help strengthen its English content-making capabilities.
Russell Investments' Mark Eibel expects supply-demand dynamics to keep oil prices hovering around the $40 to $60 per barrel range.
Earnings are a catalyst that could give markets a boost, but firms are still struggling with topline growth, says Mark Eibel from Russell Investments.
Asia markets fell Monday across the board, with many traders likely taking to the sidelines ahead of several central bank decisions this week.
There is a high probability A-shares will be included in the MSCI index but it will be a multi-year process, says Ken Wong from Eastspring Investments.
Eastspring Investments' Ken Wong says China's debt problem is nothing new and Chinese financials are still trading at attractive levels.
John Seifert, CEO of Ogilvy & Mather, talks about the importance of China as a global brand and what it represents.
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