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Recession fears are diminishing on stronger U.S. earnings reports, says Thomas Lee from Fundstrat Global Advisors.
China's PMI factory orders component indicates that the economy is slowing, says Pu Yonghao from Fountainhead Partners.
Fountainhead Partners' Pu Yonghao reckons the PBOC's 0.5 percent RRR cut will help China cope with the liquidity squeeze from large capital outflows.
Eastspring Investments' Ken Wong reminds investors that China's seasonality effects in the first-quarter would distort some of the economic data.
Malcolm Smith from JPMorgan AM says opinion polls suggest a high likelihood of Britain remaining in the European Union.
UBS WM Australia's David Sokulsky reckons India's banks had priced in more from the budget, even though the recapitalization amount was decent.
The ECB has several policy easing options, from cutting interest rates to expanding its QE program, says Malcolm Smith from JPMorgan Asset Management.
Kensho, a tool that quantifies historical market data, suggests US stocks do well while the picture for Asian stocks is more mixed.
Demand remains firm but concerns over additional supply are dragging oil prices down, says Colin Graham from BNP Paribas Investment Partners.
Operating profits were driven by strong performance in overseas markets and Capco's earnings, says Richard Lancaster, CLP Holdings CEO.
Until Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pushes structural reforms through, nothing will change for Japan's economy, explains Michael Every from Rabobank.
Wayne Lin from QS Investors says equity valuations are still attractive. Even Warren Buffet said that longer term equity risk does pay off.
Olam posted a loss in Q4 due to a fair value loss on an investment although it remains upbeat on its core food business.
Chris Choy, CIO of Quam Asset Management, talks about where markets might be heading.
Chris Thompson, president and CEO of Brand USA, says both countries will actively promote bilateral tourism and education opportunities.
Europe, U.S. and Japanese markets remained volatile in February while Asian markets recovered, says Adrian Zuercher of UBS CIO Wealth Management.
B..G Srinivas, group MD of PCCW, says the firm's core businesses, which includes telco, media and IT services, had healthy growth in 2015.
There are talks of raising taxes on India's wealthiest and a potential bad bank to consolidate NPLs, says Sumit Ganguly from the Indiana University.
Sunny Verghese, group CEO of Olam, says he's pleased with FY results because underlying operating performance for the year grew 12 percent.
Asian equities started outperforming global equities after the start of the U.S. earnings season, says Herald Van Der Linde from HSBC.
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