Jackson Wong, associate director at Huarong International Securities, expects changes to Hong Kong's land laws to reduce rent for retailers.» Read More
Michael Degolyer, director of the Hong Kong Transition Project, discusses comments from a Hong Kong legislator who said that the city enjoyed democracy only after China resumed its sovereignty.
Wee Liat Lee, managing director, regional head of property research at BNP Paribas, says China's property market has bottomed out, except for the tier-3 and tier-4 cities.
Mohshin Aziz, aviation analyst at Maybank Investment Bank, says there is nothing new in the negative research report issued by GMT Research.
The downward consolidation in the Fed's so-called dot plot suggests that the hawks are collapsing, says David Waddel, CEO of Waddell & Associates.
Mai Kieu Lien, chairman and CEO of Vinamilk, discusses how she transformed the small, state-controlled dairy producer into Vietnam's second-largest company in terms of market capitalization.
Elsie Leung, deputy director at the Basic Law Committee, believes that Hong Kong's political reform will not be resumed before 2017 if the current proposal was rejected.
Stephen Wood, chief market strategist at Russell Investments, says comments from the Bank of Japan suggest that October, instead of July, will be the time for additional stimulus.
Stephen Wood, chief market strategist at Russell Investments, says the Fed's announcement was in line with expectations for a rate increase in September.
Bill English, Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Finance of New Zealand, explains why he is "quite confident" about the country's agricultural commodity-related sectors.
Bill English, Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Finance of New Zealand, discusses the country's first-quarter growth data, which marked the lowest quarterly rate in two years.
Quincy Krosby, market strategist at Prudential, says financial markets need to get around the idea that the Fed is on the way for a lift-off in interest rates this year.
Nathan Law, Secretary General of the Hong Kong Federation of Students, warns of more pro-democracy protests if the China-backed electoral reform package gets approved.
Allan Zeman, Chairman of Lan Kwai Fong Group, says it is in Beijing's interest keep Hong Kong stable and avoid more protests.
Ronny Tong, Legislator from the Hong Kong Civic Party, explains why he has no other choice expect to veto the China-backed electoral reforms on Wednesday, despite being an advocate for universal suffrage.
Asian tourist spending is growing by double-digits in Europe, which is making European outlet malls attractive, explains Andrew Rich, Director at TH Real Estate, the fourth largest real estate fund manager globally.
James Longsdon, Co-Head of Europe, the Middle East and African Financial Institutions at Fitch Ratings, says Greece could soon see parity between deposits and central bank funding.
Peter Boardman, Managing Director of Tradewinds, says the fact that a weaker yen has failed to lifted exports means industrial production could slow down.
Robert McTeer, former Dallas Fed President and Distinguished Fellow at the U.S. National Center for Policy Analysis, says July 29 is a date investors need to keep an eye on.
Emily Lau, member of the Hong Kong Legislative Council and chair of the Hong Kong Democratic Party, expects legislators will reject Bejing's reform plan.
David Kahn, Managing Director of Convergent Wealth Advisors, says housing and strong employment data is strong enough proof that the Fed will take action this year.
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