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China's Shanghai Composite index finished in negative turf late Wednesday, as investor confidence remained frail.
Todd Elmer, currency strategist at Citi, expects Asian currencies to remain on the back foot amid a high degree of nervousness over China that is unlikely to disappear anytime soon.
V.S. Parthasarathy, CFO of the Mahindra Group, explains why the Indian multinational conglomerate is well-positioned to weather the fluctuations in the currency market.
Given the ominous economic environment, the Fed will abandon plans to increase interest rates and opt to roll out more stimulus, says Bert Dohmen, president and founder at Dohmen Capital Research Group.
Unlike its neighbors, China still has the capacity to lower its benchmark interest rates and reserve requirement ratio, says Will Oswald, global head of FICC research at Standard Chartered.
Wong Kok Hoi, MD & CIO at APS Asset Management, says “new economy” stocks listed in China's A-share markets will outperform in the long run.
Will Oswald, global head of FICC research at Standard Chartered, explains why it's now "far more challenging" for the Fed to raise interest rates next month.
Mirza Baig, head of foreign exchange and interest rates strategy for Asia at BNP Paribas, explains why the Bank Negara Malaysia may have to opt for an interest-rate hike to stem the ringgit's slide.
Adi Godrej, chairman of Godrej Group, says the benefits of a cheaper import bill for palm oil due to recent sharp falls in the ringgit and rupiah offset the negative currency impact on its consumer product business in Indonesia.
King Lip, chief investment officer at Baker Avenue Asset Management, says longer-term investors may want to consider Apple as the recent selloff due to China-related fears has been overdone.
Previous comments from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) indicate that member countries will likely stand firm on oil production at the next scheduled meeting in December, says OCBC's economist Barnabas Gan.
If the Fed postpones the interest-rate hike, the reason will be key as it could spell either good or bad news for Asia, says Rob Subbaraman, chief economist, Asia ex-Japan at Nomura.
Deborah Fuhr, managing partner at ETFGI, says the selloff in the U.S. markets last week, sparked by concerns over China and the slump in oil prices, was a long overdue correction.
Gaurav Sodhi, senior analyst at Intelligent Investor, says Fortescue Metals risks becoming a marginal producer with iron prices set for further losses.
Paul O'Malley, MD & CEO of BlueScope Steel, discusses the near 10 percent rise in the steelmaker's stock following the announcement of a return to full-year profit.
Claudio Piron, co-head of Asia FX research at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, says factors such as political risks and depleting foreign-exchange reserves will continue to exert pressure on the ringgit.
David Deitze, president & chief investment strategist at Point View Wealth Management, says Wall Street's correction last Friday was long overdue and may provide U.S. stocks with another leg-up at some point.
Clive McDonnell, head of equity strategy at Standard Chartered, says Beijing will likely lower the reserve requirement ratio (RRR) and benchmark interest rate before embarking on a Chinese-style quantitative easing program.
Emir Mavani Abdullah, group president & CEO at Felda Global Ventures (FGVH), discusses how the Malaysia-based global agricultural and agri-commodities company is coping with falling crude palm oil prices and a weaker ringgit.
Considering how fast China's economy has grown over the years, the current slowdown may not necessarily be a bad thing, says John Lee, group chief risk officer at Maybank.
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