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A surprise jump in Australia's job numbers in February, the biggest increase in over a decade, had many market watchers close the door on more rate cuts, but one economist says the possibility of easing stays alive.
Ben Clark, Portfolio Manager at TMS Capital tells CNBC about which Australian stocks to invest in and why. He also says that he doesn't think there will be any more rate cuts.
Alan Oster, Chief Economist at National Australia Bank explains why February's strong jobs data does not change his rate cut expectations from the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA).
Nick Verdi, Director of FX Strategy, Asia Pacific, at Barclays says Italy will likely get a Bersani-led coalition and fresh elections at the end of the year. He also explains why the U.S. still looks better than Australia despite its spectacular employment numbers.
Peter Elston, Head of Asia Pacific Strategy and Asset Allocation at Aberdeen Asset Management explains how the recent strength in Australia's economy is the result of the RBA's rate cuts.
Kate Howitt, Portfolio Manager of the Fidelity Australian Opportunities Fund, explains how Australian companies can benefit from Chinese consumer firepower as Beijing shifts growth models.
Glenn Maguire, Principal & Chief Economist at Asia Sentry Advisory tells CNBC's Cash Flow why he thinks the Dow's recent rally is unsustainable.
Bill Evans, Global Head of Economics at Westpac Bank, believes Australia's central bank could ease further in 2013. He says the mining sector will pose the greatest policy challenge this year.
Patrick Bennett, FX Strategist at CIBC discusses his outlook for monetary policy in Australia.
Nick Maroutsos, Kapstream Capital and Nathan Bell, Research Director, Intelligent Investor discuss the likelihood of further easing measures from the Australian central bank.
Gerry Harvey, Executive Chairman of Harvey Norman tells CNBC he is optimistic of a turnaround in sales after the retailer posted a 36% slide in first-half profit.
Brian Han, Senior Research Analyst at Fat Prophets tells CNBC that the Australian property sector is a little to expensive to be investing in right now.
Peter Lowy, Co-CEO, Westfield Group expects to see the company's sales growth at the same level as the country's GDP growth this year.
Peter Botten, Managing Director at Oil Search tells CNBC about the company's PNG LNG project, and how it will be "transformational" for the oil and gas producer.
John Borghetti, CEO of Virgin Australia tells CNBC how the airline's yield performance outperformed competitors despite a high amount of capacity flooding the domestic market.
Andrew Brandler, CEO of power supply firm CLP, discusses the company's full-year earnings and warns of rising challenges in its Australian and Indian operations.
CNBC's Matthew Taylor takes on the challenge of the daily 'Stock in 60' segment and looks at shares of Billabong, which tanked more than 4% after revealing first half numbers.
Paul Mackel, Head of Asia Currency Research, HSBC says the AUD would remain overvalued even at 1.03 or 1.10, and that once the global economic recovery gets underway, there will be plenty of other better investment options.
Craig Dunn, CEO of AMP, tells CNBC how falling interest rates have boosted domestic sentiment in Australia, helping achieve a 2 percent rise in fiscal-year net profit.
Evan Lucas, Market Strategist at IG Markets says the appointment of Andrew Mackenzie as CEO of BHP is at a fairly aggressive timing.