Tribeca Investment Partners' Sean Fenton says the major commodity producers have been prioritizing keeping costs and capital expenditure low.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Turkey and Atlantic Council's Ross Wilson says Gulen's extradition will have to be based on evidence that stands up in court.
Turkey's people and allies are concerned about the growing paranoia and fear within the country, says Ross Wilson, former U.S. Ambassador to Turkey.
Microsoft's cloud services had good traction, but it is facing secular decline in some of its larger businesses, says The Motley Fool's Andrew Tonner.
Investment banking activity is expected to pick up in H2 and Goldman Sachs is quite cheap at the moment, says Gray Wolf Capital Management's Bill Smith.
Asian markets closed mixed on Tuesday, with the Nikkei climbing despite heavily weighted SoftBank tumbling after its $32 billion bid for a chip firm.
East & Partners' Paul Dowling says high net worth individuals are moving to private banks in part due to the time required to manage a portfolio effectively.
The yen will likely weaken, depending on the type of coordinated action by Japanese policymakers, says Vanda Research's Eric Liu.
Softbank bought 95 percent of the smartphone market's architecture for just $32 billion, says BGC Securities Singapore's Amir Anvarzadeh.
There are no market signals, the bond market's controlled by central banks and equities are swayed by sentiments, says Macquarie Securities' Viktor Shvets.
Asian markets were mixed Tuesday; Nikkei opens up 0.59 percent after being closed on Monday for a public holiday.
Yahoo's management is likely to be able to spin-off its investment holdings in a tax-efficient manner, says Boenning & Scattergood's Murali Sankar.
Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is a malicious force in the U.S. political landscape, says the Ethics and Public Policy Center's Peter Wehner.
The Ethics and Public Policy Center's Peter Wehner says the pick won't help because the Indiana governor is nondescript compared to Trump's more vivid personality.
There's a growing market for Netflix to target, as the international broadband user-base continues to expand, says Zevenbergen Capital Investments' Joe Dennison.
China is seeing a quick adoption of fintech, as well as the biggest investments in the space. CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more.
A failed military coup in Turkey will give President Tayyip Erdogan the opportunity to intensify his crackdown on dissenters, analysts say.
China First Capital's Peter Fuhrman says China's capital market makes it difficult for domestic firms to readily access the cash needed for M&A.
Goldman Sachs AM's Sheila Patel says oil prices are stable at $50-$60 relative to production capacity and geopolitical challenges.
The U.S. economic recovery looks steady but key factors to watch are global growth and the strong dollar, says Goldman Sachs AM's Sheila Patel.
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