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  • Milken: Africa's potential is enormous

    Michael Milken, chairman of The Milken Institute, says the growing population in Sub-Saharan Africa will be the "next major change in the world over the next few decades."

  • Finke: Speculation of Fed rate hike is a coin flip

    Speaking to CNBC at the Milken Institute's Asia Summit in Singapore, Thomas Finke, chairman & CEO of Babson Capital Management, outlines his expectations for the Fed's policy decision this week.

  • Why the BOT needs to cut rates soon

    Kasem Prunratanamala, head of Thailand Research at CIMB, says the Bank of Thailand needs to cut rates soon as a Fed rate hike will likely induce more volatility in the Thai baht.

  • Keen on China internet firms? Hear about this ETF

    Tobias Bland, CEO of Enhanced Investment Products, introduces the FTSE Chimerica ETF which tracks some of the largest Chinese companies listed in the U.S. such as Alibaba.

  • Roche: Expect further BOJ easing by year-end

    David Roche, president and global strategist at Independent Strategy, says the Bank of Japan could roll out further stimulus before the end of 2015 following renewed growth concerns.

  • Roche: Draghi is the 'world's magician master'

    David Roche, president and global strategist at Independent Strategy, says the European Central Bank will roll out further monetary stimulus as the bank struggles to meet its inflation targets.

  • Is Robert Shiller right about US earnings growth?

    David Roche, president and global strategist at Independent Strategy, discusses the comments by Nobel economics laureate Robert Shiller over the sustainability of earnings growth in the U.S.

  • Why US August retail sales are encouraging

    Lindsey Bell, senior analyst at S&P Capital IQ, says sectors such as healthcare saw robust growth last month, underscoring the confidence of U.S. consumers amid a low interest rate environment.

  • Snap poll shows Turnbull as preferred Australian PM

    Alex Malley, chief executive of CPA Australia, analyzes Malcolm Turnbull's popularity after a snap Roy Morgan poll put the incoming Prime Minister ahead of opposition leader Bill Shorten.

  • Markets remain prone to rumor mills: Expert

    Jim Lowell, chief investment officer of Adviser Investments, says investors trying to trade on the Fed's policy decision this week is "speculating on nothing more than mere guesswork."

  • How will crowdfunding evolve?

    Dan Marom, co-author of 'The Crowdfunding Revolution', says emerging markets such as China and India, are the next frontiers for crowdfunding.

  • EU is still an attractive proposition: Professor

    Mark Blyth, professor of international and public affairs at Brown University's Watson Institute, explains why the future of the euro area seems assured in the medium term.

  • When will China's economy find its footing?

    Having been in a slowdown for the past five years, China should attain sustainable growth in the "next couple of years," says Erwin Sanft, head of China strategy at Macquarie.

  • Trichet: EU, euro have been very resilient

    Jean-Claude Trichet, Former European Central Bank President from 2003-2011, says the concept of the European Union has "shown remarkable resilience" and detractors are "not in line with reality."

  • Trichet: Fed gave clear warnings about rate rise

    Jean-Claude Trichet, Former European Central Bank President from 2003-2011, says the Fed has been clear in warning markets that an increase in interest rates was on the cards.

  • China did right with anti-graft drive: Rockowitz

    Bruce Rockowitz, CEO & vice chairman of Global Brands Group, says Beijing's anti-corruption drive is the right thing to do, but it is taking a toll on businesses in the luxury and gambling segments.

  • Amid oil's slump, diversification is key for PTT Group

    Wirat Uanarumit, chief financial officer of PTT Group, says diversification of its businesses insulated the Thai oil and gas producer from the relentless plunge in crude oil prices.

  • Wayne Swan on what Australia's economy needs

    Wayne Swan, Former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, says Australia needs "a set of policies which play to the [country's] strength" while encouraging non-mining investments.

  • Swan: 'Australian politics becoming Americanized'

    Wayne Swan, Former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, says the frequent leadership changes in Australia indicates "a degree of polarization" in the country's politics.

  • Here's where Alibaba made a 'big mistake'

    Bruce Rockowitz, CEO & vice chairman of Global Brands Group, says Alibaba made a "big mistake" by listing in the U.S. and explains why the Chinese e-commerce giant needs to start eliminating counterfeit goods on its websites.

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