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Richard Iley, chief economist for emerging markets at BNP Paribas, outlines his expectations for the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) upcoming policy meeting.
Adrian Mowat, MD and chief Asian and emerging market equity strategist at J.P. Morgan, outlines the potential he sees in various emerging markets such as India, Taiwan and South Korea.
Sundeep Sikka, CEO of Reliance Capital Asset Management, says the "period of ambiguity in India is settling down" with the government intent on giving clarity to investors.
Alan Davies, CEO of Diamonds and Minerals at Rio Tinto, says the connoisseur segment of the diamond market is " very robust," while the fashion jewelry segment remains resilient.
Adrian Mowat, MD and chief Asian and emerging market equity strategist at J.P. Morgan, expects a "down week" ahead in light of the uncertainty over the Fed and People's Bank of China (PBOC).
Arthur Sinodinos, incoming Cabinet Secretary of Australia, describes Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's new cabinet as a "set of changes that were overdue and will put the government in good shape."
Asian shares outside Japan advanced on Friday after the Fed decided to hold off on its first rate hike in nearly a decade.
High-profile acts such as Pharrell Williams and Maroon 5 could steal the show at the annual Singapore Grand Prix that is set to hit the streets of Singapore this weekend.
Daniel So, strategist at CMB International Securities, says the Fed's decision to hold fire is a short-term boost for Hong Kong shares, especially interest rate-sensitive plays like property.
Hongchul Ahn, chairman & CEO of Korea Investment Corporation (KIC), says the Fed's decision to keep interest rates unchanged on Thursday reflects market sentiment.
Kimi Raikkonen, F1 driver for Scuderia Ferrari, is nicknamed the 'Iceman' for his cool attitude on and off the track. CNBC's Oriel Morrison caught up with the driver ahead of Singapore's annual night race.
Even without a Fed rate hike, Hong Kong's property prices are set to fall 10-20 percent next year due to factors such as excess supply, says Dennis Yao, analyst at GF Securities (HK) Brokerage.
Given that the Fed remains on course for a rate rise, the greenback will likely retrace losses in the longer term, says Roger Bridges, global rates & currencies strategist at Nikko Asset Management.
Viktor Shvets, head of Asian strategy at Macquarie Securities Group, describes the Fed's policy decision as the price that the U.S. has to pay for having the dollar as the world's reserve currency.
Brandon Wendell, senior instructor at the Online Trading Academy, tracks multiple charts such as the U.S. dollar and S&P 500 index after the Fed keeps interest rates unchanged.
Doug Gordon, senior portfolio manager at Russell Investments, says the Fed's decision has delayed a solution to market uncertainty and underscores a greater need to have a diversified portfolio.
Robert McTeer, president of the Dallas Fed from 1991-2004, says the Fed should have raised rates on Thursday, adding that "October is [the] next best timing" for a rate hike.
Noah Karesh, co-founder of tech start-up Feastly, explains its monetization strategy and outlines how the meal-sharing app ensures a hygienic food experience.
Independent economist Andy Xie expects property prices in Hong Kong to fall nearly 50 percent over the next two to three years after the Fed raises interest rates.
Andrew Driscoll, head of resources research at CLSA, outlines the factors that will likely contribute to upsides in the price of commodities and some of the mining equities.
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