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CNBC's Eunice Yoon sits down with Xu Caiyuan, a fund manager who believes the government should share the blame for the recent stock market turmoil.
The U.S. presidential elections have left the public largely uninspired, notes Richard Iley, chief economist for emerging markets at BNP Paribas,
Richard Iley, Chief Economist for Emerging Markets at BNP Paribas, explains why he doesn't buy into the 'China hard landing' scenario.
CNBC's reporters delve into what's driving Asian stocks on the first trading day of the week.
China's political system doesn't suit its pace of economic development, warns Wang Gungwu, Chairman of the East Asian Institute.
Ken Peng, Asia Investment Strategist at Citi Private Bank, explains how negative rates in Europe could actually result in a tightening of financial conditions.
Despite its significance, the annual National People's Congress can't solve China's problems, warns Ken Peng, Asia Investment Strategist at Citi Private Bank.
Original programming content is the key to Netflix's success, notes Martin Pyykonen, senior research analyst at Rosenblatt Securities.
Negative rates deter currency intervention and lowers government borrowing costs, explains Sean Darby, Global Head of Equity Strategy at Jefferies.
Michael Tay, Singapore International Jazz Festival's co-founder, has a message for Singaporeans: Jazz is for everyone.
Kohler's Larry Yuen expects business opportunities as Hong Kong property rentals fall to more reasonable levels.
Arowana AM's Pierre Hoebrechts explains how the Arowana Asian Fund, which has high weightings in HK and China markets, managed to outperform in 2015.
ECB's Draghi needs to reassure markets that it can reflate the European economy, says David Hussey, head of pan-european equities at Manulife AM.
Tim Parker, non-executive chairman of Samsonite, explains how the acquisition of Tumi will be worth a lot of value to Samsonite's shareholders.
FX investors have now started putting speculative positions on the sterling, explains Joshua Crabb from Old Mutual Global Investors.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on the expected discussion points at the National People's Congress meeting held in Beijing.
CNBC's Bernie Lo reports on early trends in Asian markets as investors await non-farm payrolls data, a key indicator for the Fed.
Michael Cannon from the Cato Institute argues that some of the points in Donald Trump's healthcare proposals restate existing laws.
Jim O'Sullivan from High Frequency Economics says February non-far, payrolls will be around the monthly average of 220,000.
Investors are hoping that strong jobs data would push the Fed to raise interest rates, explains Margaret Patel from Wells Fargo Advantage Funds.
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