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  • OECD Growth

    Emerging markets have taken a beating to their stock markets and currencies, says Randall Jones, head of Japan & Korea desk at OECD.

  • Walmart Sales

    Wal-Mart is operating in a different retail environment than it was used to, says Lindsey Bell, senior analyst at S&P Capital IQ.

  • Market Analysis

    Lower trading volumes indicate that investors are taking a break from market swings, explains Tom White from RED Option Advisors.

  • Wall Street sentiment tied to oil prices

    Saudi Arabia and Russia's oil production freeze talks are driving oil prices and markets up, says Patrick Chovanec, chief strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management.

  • Indonesia Economy

    Moody's Investors Service's Marie Diron says Indonesia's economy will be resilient despite the commodities slump due to an increase in real income.

  • China Data 2

    Amid worries about China, capital controls could help steady the situation, but only in the near term, explains Zhu Haibin of JPMorgan.

  • China Data 1

    JPMorgan's Zhu Haibin says better-than-expected China's January CPI and PPI was the result of a strong seasonal effect.

  • Likely devaluation of Yuan

    The yuan is likely to gradually depreciate rather than undergo a massive one-off devaluation, says Fidelity International's Medha Samant.

  • Telstra

    A key point in Telstra's H1 results was the growth of new mobile users to 235,000, says Warwick Bray, CFO of Telstra.

  • South China Sea Disputes

    Park Strategies's Sean King says if the U.S. does not act, China's encroachment in the South China Sea will eventually become irreversible.

  • Oil glut

    Reorient Financial Markets' Uwe Parpart says news of an oil output freeze might provide some cheer, but a supply glut and declining global demand persist.

  • Apple FBI Case

    Tim Cook's priority is to protect Apple customers' privacy, says Tim Bajarin, president of Creative Strategies.

  • Asian ETFs

    Hong Kong's ETF market is fragmented and mainly focused on equities and the greater China region, says Rajiv Silgardo, co-CEO of BMO Global Asset Management.

  • Oil Rally

    Frank Holmes from U.S. Global Investors says investors should look at the seasonality of oil prices and identifies factors that will support an oil rally.

  • Markets in Australia, Japan, and South Korea closed down after a choppy trading session Wednesday, despite a positive finish in Wall Street overnight.

  • ATR

    Patrick De Castelbajac, CEO of ATR, says Iran has an old fleet of aircraft, with almost a third of the fleet grounded due to a lack of spare parts.

  • Dornier Seawings - luxury planes market

    Conrado Dornier, chairman of Dornier Seawings, says his famous seaplanes have several practical functions.

  • First on CNBC : Peter Harmer

    Peter Harmer, MD of IAG, explains the decision to issue a special dividend to shareholders.

  • Investment Strategy

    The internals of financial markets are still not sending good signals, explains Hayden Briscoe from AllianceBernstein.

  • Domino's Pizza

    Technology and innovation have been at the forefront of the business, explains Don Meij, CEO of Domino's Pizza, which posted record H1 profits.

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