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Santos is finally in the right stage of their investment cycle versus a year ago, explains Craig McMahon, APAC head of research at Wood Mackenzie.
Mahamoud Islam, Asia Economist at Euler Hermes, warns of the rising corporate bankruptcy situation across Asia-Pacific.
India may not be enjoying double-digit growth, but it still has plenty to offer to global investors, warns Shashi Tharoor, author, member of parliament, former UN under-secretary general.
Mitsubishi's confession isn't surprising given most auto players are racing to improve fuel efficiency, warns James Chao, Managing Director, Asia-Pacific at IHS Automotive.
Deyi Tan, ASEAN Economist at Morgan Stanley, says the recent change in the central bank's benchmark rate merely indicates it is improve policy sanctity, not stimulate markets.
Stabilization is underway in commodities, China's economic outlook and corporate earnings, notes Stephen Davies, CEO of Javelin Wealth Management.
2016 Australian output will be the same as estimated as the beginning of the year, which doesn't help supply conditions, warns Tim Murray, managing partner at J Capital Research.
The company enables IT vendors to be prominent around the world thanks to extensive global infrastructure, explains Anthony Bartolo of Tata Communications.
Intel has been allowing operating spending to rise faster than its top-line, warns Doug Freedman, senior research analyst at Sterne Agee CRT.
The rally in iron ore and oil alongside Australia's relatively attractive yields makes the Aussie a buy, according to Khoon Goh, senior FX strategist at ANZ Research.
Khiem Do, head of Asian multi-asset at Baring Asset Management, explains why he favor risky asset classes on the back of improved fundamentals in major economies.
Users of Netflix are fiercely loyal to the company, points out Rob Enderle, president and principal analyst at Enderle Group.
China's new gold benchmark isn't meant to compete with London or New York, explains Jeremy East of Standard Chartered. Instead, it will help Beijing achieve a transparent market.
Adam Reynolds, CEO Asia Pacific at Saxo Bank Group, believes the central bank will soon bend to political pressure to be more creative with monetary policy.
After a move towards $30, oil could rise above the $40 mark in the long-term, notes Tony Boyadjian, senior vice president of foreign exchange at Compass Global Markets.
It's hard to justify the current gains on Wall Street given softer earnings and global growth, says Sani Hamid of Financial Alliance.
Global trade growth is as important to emerging market stocks as earnings growth, says Eric Robertsen, head of global macro strategy & FX research at Standard Chartered Bank.
Tier-one cities are driving home price gains while high inventories continues to plague the market in lower-tier cities, says Pruksa Iamthongthong of Aberdeen Asset Management Asia.
The economic pressure from the Kyushu earthquake will likely spark further monetary stimulus from the Bank of Japan, says Eric Robertsen of Standard Chartered.
It remains to be seen whether Washington will act as a provider of security-related goods, economic-related benefits or a combination of both, says Evan Feigenbaum of The Paulson Institute.
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