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Expect China markets to come under renewed selling pressure after a recent technical rebound, says Hao Hong, MD of research and chief strategist at Bank of Communications International.
U.S. firms entering China's competitive retail market are realizing how strong local players are, says Frederic Neumann, MD and co-head of Asian economics research at HSBC.
Nicholas Holt, head of research for Asia Pacific at Knight Frank, discusses trends in Asian residential and commercial real estate.
That unemployment held steady at 6.2 percent was an OK result, says Bill Evans, global head of economics at Westpac.
Michael Kurtz, global head of equity strategy at Nomura, says no; he outlines why investors need not worry about the U.S. economic outlook.
Adrian Mowat, MD and chief Asian and EM strategist at JPMorgan, discusses how the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal will benefit its members.
Netflix's service fee hike helped bolster assumptions of strong Q3 earnings, says Rick Munarriz, senior analyst for media and tech at The Motley Fool.
Wage increases and lower oil prices are "nice little breezes" behind the backs of U.S. consumers, says Steve Auth, CIO for equities at Federated Investors.
Smart machines will soon change how workplaces are supervised, says Frances Karamouzis, VP and distinguished analyst at Gartner.
David Scowsill, president and CEO of the World Travel & Tourism Council, says China's growing middle class is fueling exponential growth in domestic travel.
Eric Robertsen, head of global macro strategy at Standard Chartered, discusses the intentions behind Beijing's stock market interventions and currency reforms.
China's economy is undergoing a "pretty significant transformation" into a service-led economy, says Eric Robertsen, head of global macro strategy at Standard Charter.
Arne Sorenson, president and CEO of Marriott International, says the 510M Chinese who traveled during the holiday were a boon to the hotel industry.
Betsy Van Hees, senior VP of equity research at Wedbush Securities, attributes the after-hours drop in Intel shares to weakness in the PC sector, plus lower 2015 guidance for Intel's data center unit.
The AB InBev-SABMiller deal will pass antitrust regulations to close by April 2016, predicts Mark Swartzberg, securities analyst at Stifel Nicolaus.
Data including U.S. and European consumer confidence and consumption doesn't point to a global recession next year, says Sonja Laud, investment director of global multiasset at Baring Asset Management.
The U.S. Democratic debate will focus on domestic issues such as income inequality, says David Goodfriend, founder and president of Goodfriend Government Affairs.
For a hint, look back to 2013 when the central bank started tapering its easing programs, advises Amanda Stitt, investment director at Legg Mason.
Robert Medd, partner at GMT Research, says the commodity market could see a "genuine bottom" next year as producers cut back on production.
The slowdown in China will not tip the world into a global recession as developed markets are still expanding, says Kerry Craig, global market strategist at J.P. Morgan.
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