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There were high expectations of a G-20 fix because of negative interest rates and market volatility, says Tai Hui from JPMorgan AM.
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Heitman's John White says the property markets in China's higher-tier cities and lower-tier cities are performing very differently.
Paulson Institute's Henry Paulson shares his insight on what Chinese authorities have done well and what more could be done for the economy.
China is on the right reform path and it is now a matter of political will, says Henry Paulson, founder and chairman, Paulson Institute.
Aberdeen Asset Management's Hugh Young does not anticipate "doom and gloom" for China's economy but its policymakers do have issues to resolve.
Markets will only price in expectations from the presidential elections closer to the date, says Salman Ahmed from Lombard Odier Investment Managers.
EM currencies could soon see a recovery which would lead to foreign investor inflows, says Jens Nystedt, MD of Morgan Stanley Investment Management.
Lombard Odier Investment Managers' Global Strategist Salman Ahmed says when policymakers are faced with an urgent crisis, it is easier for them to reach a consensus.
Payam Mohseni from Harvard University says Iran's political parties have campaigned effectively and made good use of social media to reach voters.
Japan will slip back into deflation in the coming months because of the stronger yen and weak commodity prices, says Jesper Koll of WisdomTree Japan.
Nuveen Asset Management's Bob Doll says the G20 has grown less relevant and is unlikely to provide any solutions to global economic issues.
Chinese shares tumbled Thursday, extending a long rout, amid tighter liquidity, but other markets in Asia settled higher.
A clutch of Chinese companies are challenging Samsung and Apple in the smartphone market as demand remains firm in both mature and emerging markets.
All of our funds across all asset classes delivered five-year returns in the first or second quartile, says Geoff Llyod, CEO & MD of Perpetual.
CLSA's Francis Cheung says mainland markets are calmer as investors are expecting more stimulus from Beijing.
Investors in Europe want income from their investments amid difficult market conditions, says Jim McCaffery from Nomura.
Degussa's Singapore subsidiary is doubling its sales figures almost every month, says Chief International Officer Raphael Scherer.
Xiaomi gained China market share because it offers good software services such as weekly updates based on user feedback, explains IDC's Tay Xiaohan.
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