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Yannick Bollore, chairman and CEO of French advertising conglomerate Havas, says the shift in China's economy is "not bad" for industries such as advertising.
Mary Nicola, investment strategist and senior economist for Asia at Aviva Investors, says the Fed will raise rates next week and deliver a message about taking a measured approach in terms of policy tightening.
Ed Rogers, chief executive of Rogers Investment Advisors, says the surprise fall in July's machinery orders will likely make the government step up efforts to revive the economy.
Daiju Aoki, senior economist at UBS, attributes the surprise drop in July machinery orders to waning subsidies and a slowdown in China. He remains optimistic that the data will continue to improve.
Erik Prince, chairman of Frontier Services Group, says Africa continues to show significant growth, particularly in the consumer sectors.
Eric Bleeker, senior tech analyst at The Motley Fool, describes the upgrades in the new 6S and 6S Plus versions of the iPhone as "quintessential" since the iPhone is Apple's biggest money maker.
David Joy, chief market strategist at Ameriprise Financial, is less excited about the U.S. equities listed on the S&P 500 which depend on overseas markets for revenue.
Oleg Deripaska, president of aluminium giant Rusal, outlines his expectations for growth in China and its possible impact on the commodity market.
The Fed wants to raise interest rates to signal their confidence in the U.S. economy and its ability to withstand China-related woes, says Randy Kroszner, professor of economics at University of Chicago.
Eric Liu, partner and head of research at Vanda Securities, says the large unwinding of trades is behind the surge in Japanese shares on Wednesday.
Jonas Prising, CEO of ManpowerGroup, says findings from the company's latest report indicate a significant slowdown in hiring intentions among employers in China.
Bert Hofman, country director for China, Mongolia and Korea at The World Bank, says Beijing's latest salvo of support measures will result in more market stability moving forward.
Given its low exposure to international debt, China will likely see minimal impact from a Fed rate hike, says Bert Hofman, country director for China, Mongolia and Korea at The World Bank. He later outlines the "silver lining" in Chinese exports.
Steve Brice, chief investment strategist at Standard Chartered Wealth Management Group, attributes the surge in Japanese stocks early Wednesday to the rally on Wall Street overnight.
Rich Lesser, president & CEO of Boston Consulting Group (BCG), says the actions taken by Beijing over the past six months underscored the government's commitment to economic reform.
Rich Lesser, president & CEO of Boston Consulting Group, describes how companies in different sectors are reacting to the shift in China's economy.
Steve Auth, equities CIO of Federated Investors, says U.S. equity markets are still trying to find a bottom amid uncertainty over the slowdown in China and a looming Fed rate hike.
Melvyn Teo, associate dean for research at the Singapore Management University, discusses how psychology plays a role when investors make decisions.
Alex Wong, director of asset management at Ample Capital, expects weak August trade data to trigger further monetary and fiscal stimulus from Beijing in the coming months.
Yasuhiro Sato, president & Group CEO of Mizuho Financial Group, explains why he is not worried about China's market turmoil, as well as how the slowdown in China could impact Japan's economy.
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