Peter Tuz, president and director at Chase Investment Counsel, says Wednesday's market trend reversal might mark the start of a bottoming process.
Klaus Baader, Asia head of research at Societe Generale, says markets are selling off on worries about China and FX.
Dennis Nally, global chairman of PWC, says the rise of technology may result in job losses, but also brings new opportunities.
Don't pay attention to China GDP, because the sectors within it are performing very differently, says Pu Yonghao, partner and CIO of Fountainhead Partners.
Once central banks lose credibility with markets, it takes a long time to rebuild, says Peter Esho, chief market analyst at Invast.
Peter Esho, chief market analyst at Invast, says BHP Billiton will have to cut its dividend and probably also raise capital in the second half.
Thailand's vice finance minister Kiatchai Sophastienphong says the country's economy must shift from exports to domestic consumption.
Atsi Sheth, sovereign risk group associate MD at Moody's Investors Service, explains that China's high corporate leverage is on the rise while profitability is slowing.
Dennis Nally, global chairman of PWC, says business leaders are pessimistic because of economic outlook and geopolitical risks.
Steven Wieting, global chief investment strategist at Citi Private Bank, says investment-grade corporate bonds are a good alternative.
Markets are rightly worried about global growth, says Steven Wieting, global chief investment strategist at Citi Private Bank.
Sean Fenton, director and portfolio manager at Tribeca Investment Partners, explains how the slump in commodity prices is hurting BHP Billiton,
Netflix will be able to hit its user growth target but will not make much money from it, says Michael Pachter, MD of equity research at Wedbush Securities.
Some sectors are benefiting from lower oil prices, even as it causes jitters in global markets, says Patrick Chovanec, chief strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management.
Marc Faber, editor and publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom report, says China's economy is much, much worse than official statistics suggest.
Zhao Yang, China chief economist at Nomura, and Mark Grant, MD and chief fixed income strategist at Hilltop Securities, discuss their expectations for China's GDP figures.
Chinese citizens are really worried about a potential hard landing in the economy, reports CNBC's Eunice Yoon.
China's macro data show small changes, but there is a wider performance variance in different cities and sectors says Xiao Geng, professor of practice at the University of Hong Kong.
China's statistics are designed to project a perception, they're not accurate, says Andy Xie, an independent economist.
Richard Fain, chairman and CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises, talks about the company's strategic partnership with Forbidden City, and its appeal to Chinese tourists.
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