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  • Why this expert is disappointed with Honda earnings

    Koji Endo, managing director of Advanced Research Japan, says Honda's second-quarter operating profit came in lower than market expectations.

  • Can China meet 6.5% growth target?

    Ha Jiming, vice chairman and chief investment strategist, Private Wealth Management for China at Goldman Sachs, discusses China's new bottom line for growth.

  • Beijing wants to clean the house: Goldman Sachs

    Ha Jiming, vice chairman and chief investment strategist, Private Wealth Management for China at Goldman Sachs, says recent news of investigations suggest that Beijing is determined to root out corruption.

  • Dell: 'We are focused on customers'

    Amit Midha, president of Asia Pacific & Japan at Dell, discusses the company's strategy.

  • Motley Fool has a 'buy' rating on Facebook

    Jeff Fischer, advisor at Motley Fool Pro and Options, says Facebook has a lot of potential ahead, adding that the company "isn't seeing any weakness" right now.

  • 'Fed is doing what it needs to do': Expert

    Jim Lowell, chief investment officer at Adviser Investments, discusses Fed chair Janet Yellen's comments on how a rate hike in December is possible.

  • NetDragon: 'We want to build a sustainable business'

    Simon Leung, vice chairman and executive director of game and mobile internet developer NetDragon Websoft, outlines the objectives of acquiring interactive education company Promethean.

  • 6.5% growth will be a difficult task for China: CLSA

    Francis Cheung, head of China & HK Strategy at CLSA, explains why it will be difficult for China to achieve growth of 6.5 percent in the five years to 2020.

  • China's 6.5% growth target is aspirational: Pro

    China's President Xi Jinping said Tuesday the country's growth rate will not be less than 6.5 percent in the five years to 2020. Jeremy Lawson, chief economist at Standard Life Investments, thinks the target is "unrealistically high."

  • HK Express CEO: 'Business is great'

    Andrew Cowen, CEO of the HK Express, outlines the budget carrier's recent performance and discusses plans to add new destinations and routes.

  • This expert is 'modest underweight equities'

    Jeff Knight, global head of investment solutions and asset allocation at Columbia Threadneedle Investments, says global growth faces further risk of downgrades due to factors such as widening credit spreads.

  • CSR CEO: Construction boom gave us a boost

    Rob Sindel, CEO of CSR, attributes the company's solid growth for the six months through September to the housing construction boom in Australia.

  • Japan Post firms make strong market debut

    Ben Collett, head of Japan and Asian equities at Sunrise Brokers, says Japan Post Holdings and its two financial units made a stronger-than-expected market debut in Tokyo on Wednesday.

  • Why Tesla's stock shot up after earnings miss

    Investors were reassured by news that Tesla expects to deliver 50,000 to 52,000 cars this year, says Karl Brauer, senior director of automotive industry insights at Kelley Blue Book.

  • Here are the downside risks for oil

    Francisco Blanch, head of global commodities and derivatives research at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research, says factors such as currency risks could exert downward pressure on oil prices.

  • Are US investors ready to get back into stocks?

    Brian Jacobsen, chief portfolio strategist at Wells Fargo Advantage Funds, says investors are getting back into risky assets after the doom and gloom story from the previous months reached fruition.

  • Tracking the aircraft leasing landscape

    Aengus Kelly, CEO of AerCap, says the number of travelers remains on an uptrend, thanks to growth in emerging markets such as China.

  • A tepid China stock market in November?

    Daniel So, strategist at CMB International Securities, says China and Hong Kong stocks are entering a "sideways market" in November, with little signs of any upward catalysts.

  • Super bear Marc Faber: I like Vietnam

    Marc Faber, editor & publisher, The Gloom, Boom and Doom Report, says Vietnam remains a bright spot amid a poor global environment.

  • Faber: The advance on Wall Street is

    Marc Faber, editor and publisher of the "Gloom, Boom and Doom" Report, discusses the rally on Wall Street overnight. He adds that investors should consider switching from cash to 10-year Treasuries.

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