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  • Shipping industry Trifactor

    The shipping industry should monitor the oversupply of vessels, increase ship demolitions and seek new growth markets, says Platt's Pradeep Rajan.

  • What is the Indian budget going to spend on?

    The balance of spending on necessary policies while keeping on a fiscal consolidation path is key, says Deutsche Bank's Taimur Baig.

  • Expect Equities to remain volatile: OCBC

    There are more opportunities in the hammered North Asian markets than Southeast Asian markets, says Vasu Menon from OCBC.

  • 'The Mermaid' tops China Box Office

    Richard Huang from Nomura says Wanda Cinemas and IMAX China stocks provide good exposure to China's box office industry.

  • Wiranto

    Wellian Wiranto from OCBC says G-20 policy coordination is a myth, and each country's domestic concerns and fiscal policy will dominate headlines.

  • India Budget 2016

    Manulife AM's Rana Gupta says the Pay Commission, infrastructure, rural sector and bank recapitalization are the major issues at next week's budget.

  • G20 effect on currency market

    ABN Amro Bank's Roy Teo says G20 leaders are more likely to understand each other's economic situation than work towards a coordinated solution.

  • Will bad credit lead us into a recession?

    V. Anantha Nageswaran, CEO of Vansight, says a global recession is due and the credit overhang only accentuates it.

  • Structural reform should be accelerating

    Angel Gurria, OECD Secretary General, says governments should implement more structural reforms because global growth is still below pre-2008 levels.

  • Is G20 too fractured to agree on anything?

    Richard Harris from Port Shelter Investment Management talks about the need for governments to come together and find solutions to market volatility.

  • Sharp Foxconn

    The takeover deal is dilutive as Sharp is handing over control of its business on Foxconn's terms, explains Invast's Peter Esho.

  • Bearish on commodities

    Each Australian miner has different weak spots that require more cutting of costs and capital expenditure, says Gaurav Sodhi of Intelligent Investor.

  • CNBC Exclusive : Sandfire CEO

    The businesses that were within the management's control performed exceptionally well, says Karl Simich, MD & CEO of Sandfire.

  • Equities market tied to monetary policy decisions

    Port Shelter Investment Management's Richard Harris and LGT Capital Partners' Mikio Kumada discuss what's weighing on equity markets.

  • Qube on Asciano bid

    Maurice James, CEO of Qube says relevant parties have shown a willingness to reach an agreement on the buyout of Asciano in the next few weeks.

  • Asciano's  H1 results

    Asciano's CEO John Mullen says a Brookfield Asset Management-Qube Holdings joint bid for the company is a good move from a shareholder perspective.

  • Wesfarmers

    The benefits of being a conglomerate is that the retail sector managed to offset the earnings slump in resources, says Richard Goyder, Wesfarmers MD.

  • TriFactor : Risks in Asian bank sector

    CreditSights' David Marshall says Asian banks are concerned about asset quality, low or negative interest rates and regulatory risks.

  • Smartphone shipments expected to double in Asia

    The challenge in Asia's smartphone market is not its growth potential but the stiff competition, explains Manoj Menon from Frost & Sullivan.

  • SG GDP

    While global trade is slowing, Singapore's domestic consumption is holding up and debt is deflating, says Michael Preiss from Taurus Wealth Advisors.

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