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Utilities and technology are two bright spots in U.S. stocks, says Bill Stone, chief investment strategist at PNC Asset Management.
Robert Shiller, 2013 Nobel Laureate in Economics and Economics Professor at Yale University, explains why oil is among his top investments and that Fed isn't in a hurry to hike rates.
Hugh Evans, CEO of The Global Poverty Project, describes how structural impediments, like restricted education for girls and limited access to vaccinations, traps people into poverty.
Jim O'Neill, former Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, discusses the risk of ignoring Yemen's political conflict. He also explains why cheaper oil may not help the U.S.
Andrew Robb, Minister for Trade & Investment of Australia, expresses uncertainty over the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal as it faces stiff opposition in the U.S. Congress.
Leslie Michelson, Co-Founder, Chairman & CEO of Private Health Management, describes how the company gives individuals more access to healthcare.
Thomas Poullaouec, APAC Head of Strategy & Research, Asia Pacific, at State Street Global Advisors, says global market risk has declined from the previous quarter.
Ali Naqvi, Head of Equities for Asia Pacific at Credit Suisse, says progress in Japan, expectations for a soft landing in China and a revival in India are underpinning growth in Asian markets.
Tadahiro Kawada, President of Kawada Industries, describes the company's "collaborative robots," and how they can improve productivity in Japan.
John Rice, Vice Chairman of General Electric, explains how a stronger dollar is both hurting and benefiting the company.
Search operations at the remote crash site of Germanwings flight 4U9525 will resume at first light. NBC Reporter Claudio Lavanga reports from Seyne-les-Alpes.
Alex Burns, executive chairman of Energia Minerals, expects prices of iron ore to remain subdued on the back of a sustained period of oversupply.
Mark Bennett, managing director and CEO of Sirius Resources, expects prices of nickel to find "sensible levels" soon and discusses the company's flagship Nova nickel mine in Western Australia.
With the U.S. economy being in much better shape this year, June remains a "likely lift off date" for U.S. interest rates, says Paul Sheard, chief global economist at Standard & Poor's.
Despite looking "a bit frothy", Chinese stocks are the most attractive among emerging markets says Kevin Gardiner, global investment strategist at Rothschild Wealth Management.
Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, chairman of Nestle, discusses the impact from global food prices hovering near 5-year lows and outlines what could derail its sales forecast for 2015.
Vadim Zlotnikov, chief market strategist and co-head of Multi-Asset Solutions at AllianceBernstein, says the greenback could see a pullback in the near term due to technical issues.
Fred Neumann, Co-Head of Asian Economics Research at HSBC, says the flash PMI reading for March is a "big step back" and indicates that the Chinese government will need to increase stimulus.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, former secretary-general at NATO, discusses the threat of ongoing tensions between Ukraine and Russia, as well as the rise of the Islamic state.
While sales are slightly dented in Macau, the firm still enjoys double-digit growth in the rest of China, says Robert Buchbauer, member of the Executive Board at Swarovski.
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