Across Asian markets, the energy plays rose as oil hit the $50-a-barrel mark for the first time since November, but broader markets were mixed. » Read More
Beijing's policy reforms cannot happen in a vacuum, says Doug Gordon, senior portfolio manager at Russell Investments.
The risks in China have spilled over to oil markets, explains Doug Gordon, senior portfolio manager at Russell Investments.
Asia's major markets closed mostly lower, with the exception of China, as investor sentiment in the region remained fragile.
William Ma, CIO at Noah Holdings HK, says it is natural for China's financial market reforms have knock-on impacts in many industries.
Investors should look for safe-haven assets over a time period, rather than on a minute-by-minute trading basis, says Han Ching Choong, investment manager and principal of Kriya Capital.
Han Ching Choong, investment manager and principal of Kriya Capital, says she does not know if the worst is over for China markets, but that investors should instead focus on the long term.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports that money changers in Beijing are seeing more people exchanging the renminbi for U.S. and Canadian dollars.
Charles Bradford, president and metals analyst at Bradford Research, says a potential spin-off of Alcoa's business division is a good call, given that metal prices are out of Alcoa's control.
Bart Melek, head of commodity strategy at TD Securities, says oil prices falling below $30 per barrel would trigger aggressive supply-side changes for producers.
We're underweight on U.K. and emerging markets equities and long on Japanese and Europe markets, says Mark Haefele, global CIO at UBS Wealth Management.
Mark Haefele, global CIO at UBS Wealth Management, says China now has a global impact, so markets need to improve their understanding of the country.
Lucy Macdonald, CIO of global equities at Allianz Global Investors, discusses why she is bullish on Europe and Japan equities.
The presidential election means U.S. drug prices will be in the spotlight this year, explains Lucy Macdonald, CIO of global equities at Allianz Global Investors.
The alternative fuel auto segment did poorly last year, but promising new models at the Detroit Auto Show signal a possible turnaround, says Karl Brauer, senior director for automotive industry insights at Kelley Blue Book.
How much China intends to devalue the renminbi is unclear, but it appears to be following in the euro's footsteps, says Lucy Macdonald, CIO of global equities at Allianz Global Investors.
Hugh Johnson, chairman and CIO at Hugh Johnson Advisors, explains that investors are still afraid of equities after last week's global sell-off.
Lucy Macdonald, CIO of global equities at Allianz Global Investors, says the sources of volatility were the unexpected yuan devaluation and falling oil prices.
Hong Kong's notoriously red-hot property market will slide 8 percent this quarter, CLSA predicts.
Nicole Wong, regional head of property research at CLSA, explains that investors can be bullish on Chinese real estate for a couple of quarters, because of Beijing's support.
Erwin Sanft, head of China strategy at Macquarie, explains that the PBOC wants to limit investor's one-way bets on the renminbi.
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