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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.
Andy Lipow from Lipow Oil Associates says oil fundamentals haven't improved but investors are looking to the year-end for an improved supply-demand balance.
Jia Yueting, chairman and CEO of LeEco, explains why companies outside the auto industry will be the real game-changers, not existing players.
Brazil's rising market is an example of why investors should not be completely pessimistic about EM, says Richard Titherington from JPMorgan Asset Management.
JPMorgan Asset Management's Richard Titherington says the emerging market rally's longevity will depend on dollar strength and China's economic outlook.
Asia markets traded flat in early sessions on Monday, remaining cautious ahead of big risk events this week, which include FOMC and BOJ meetings.
The new administration is focused on getting the private sector to invest more in Sri Lanka, explains Ravi Karunanayake, Sri Lankan finance minister.
Rabobank's Michael Every reckons the BOJ will have to ease policy further as its 2 percent inflation rate target remains elusive.
Bernie Sanders might not be winning delegates over but he is not necessarily losing momentum, says Morris Reid, partner at Mercury Public Affairs.
Apple tends to drive down analysts' earnings estimates and then beat expectations, notes Daniel Wiener, CEO at Adviser Investments.
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