CNBC's Christine Tan takes you through this week's key risk events in Asia, including China's purchasing manager's index (PMI) and growth reports from India and Australia.» Read More
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David Harrison, joint managing director at Charter Hall, says the industrial assets that it managed posted the best performance on the back of factors such as a high occupancy rate.
Peter Allen, CEO of Scentre Group, says strong operation results and continued growth in retail sales underpinned the rise in the company's half-year profit figure.
George Boubouras, chief investment officer at Contango Asset Management and Gavin Parry, MD of Parry International Trading, discuss the sustainability of the rebound in Asian stocks early Tuesday.
Gaurav Sodhi, senior analyst at Intelligent Investor, says Fortescue Metals risks becoming a marginal producer with iron prices set for further losses.
Charles Leyland, managing director of Leyland Private Asset Management, explains his optimism on Australia's economy despite concerns surrounding the country's largest trade partner - China.
Elmer Funke Kupper, managing director & CEO of ASX, discusses the outlook for initial public offerings (IPOs) after an increase in listings lifted the stock exchange's profit.
Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas, says the purchase of eight Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners is a "highly desirable" move which will help the airline to open up new markets.
Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas, says the transformation program which included aggressive cost-cutting measures, underpinned the carrier's profit turnaround.
Toby Lawson, managing director at Societe Generale Newedge, says Chinese authorities may need to look at lowering the reserve requirement ratio (RRR) so as to induce a sense of normality.
Tony Locantro, dealer, Private Clients at Argonaut, discusses the earnings of Woodside Petroleum, which largely met market expectations on Tuesday.
Michael Clarke, managing director & CEO at Treasury Wine Estates, says the company is seeing a significant pick-up in its Asian business, especially in the North Asian countries such as China.
Apart from Sydney and Melbourne, the broader Australian market is seeing modest increases in home prices, supported by under-supply and population growth, says Mark Steinert, managing director & CEO at Stockland.
Andrew Bassat, CEO of online jobs and education portal SEEK, is optimistic on growth in Australia's employment business, as well as its international units.
Michael Cameron, CEO of GPT Group, attributes the robust first-half net profit to strong performances in the company's office and retail portfolios.
John Mullen, CEO of Asciano, explains why the Australian logistics firm accepted the takeover offer from Canada's Brookfield Infrastructure Partners.
John Borghetti, CEO of Virgin Australia, explains why the airline's new Airbus A330 business class suites will be the "latest disruption in the Australian market."
Michael Beer, VP, Asia Pacific transportation research at Citi Investment Research and Analysis, outlines Cathay Pacific's strengths as competition intensifies on the trans-Pacific routes.
Scott Phillips, advisor at The Motley Fool Australia, says Echo Entertainment's plan for a new casino in Brisbane is a good idea. He also discusses news that James Packer has stepped down as chairman of Crown Resorts.
Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz, CEO of Mirvac, says upbeat performances in the residential, commercial and retail property sectors contributed to the 36 percent rise in full-year profit.