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The shipping industry should monitor the oversupply of vessels, increase ship demolitions and seek new growth markets, says Platt's Pradeep Rajan.
The balance of spending on necessary policies while keeping on a fiscal consolidation path is key, says Deutsche Bank's Taimur Baig.
There are more opportunities in the hammered North Asian markets than Southeast Asian markets, says Vasu Menon from OCBC.
Richard Huang from Nomura says Wanda Cinemas and IMAX China stocks provide good exposure to China's box office industry.
Wellian Wiranto from OCBC says G-20 policy coordination is a myth, and each country's domestic concerns and fiscal policy will dominate headlines.
Manulife AM's Rana Gupta says the Pay Commission, infrastructure, rural sector and bank recapitalization are the major issues at next week's budget.
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.
V. Anantha Nageswaran, CEO of Vansight, says a global recession is due and the credit overhang only accentuates it.
Angel Gurria, OECD Secretary General, says governments should implement more structural reforms because global growth is still below pre-2008 levels.
Richard Harris from Port Shelter Investment Management talks about the need for governments to come together and find solutions to market volatility.
The takeover deal is dilutive as Sharp is handing over control of its business on Foxconn's terms, explains Invast's Peter Esho.
Each Australian miner has different weak spots that require more cutting of costs and capital expenditure, says Gaurav Sodhi of Intelligent Investor.
The businesses that were within the management's control performed exceptionally well, says Karl Simich, MD & CEO of Sandfire.
Port Shelter Investment Management's Richard Harris and LGT Capital Partners' Mikio Kumada discuss what's weighing on equity markets.
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 CEO John Mullen says a Brookfield Asset Management-Qube Holdings joint bid for the company is a good move from a shareholder perspective.
The benefits of being a conglomerate is that the retail sector managed to offset the earnings slump in resources, says Richard Goyder, Wesfarmers MD.
CreditSights' David Marshall says Asian banks are concerned about asset quality, low or negative interest rates and regulatory risks.
The challenge in Asia's smartphone market is not its growth potential but the stiff competition, explains Manoj Menon from Frost & Sullivan.
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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