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The currency trade with the most millage is the euro against the dollar because of policy divergence, says Phillip Wee, senior currency economist at DBS Bank.
Unfortunately for oil bulls, prices are heading lower in the short, medium and long-term, says Warren Gilman, chairman and CEO at CEF Holdings.
Americans do not believe that any of the U.S. presidential hopefuls can deal effectively with terrorism, says Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group.
Hussain Nadim, PhD candidate at University of Sydney, explains why the current geopolitical situation is similar to the Cold War-style proxy wars.
Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group, says the French government does not have the manpower or capability to properly survey potential threats.
Recent property demand in China has been driven by new buyers and not fueled by investors, notes Wee Liat Lee, head of APAC property research at BNP Paribas.
Euro-dollar parity is a possibility given the divergence of central banks, says Roger Bridges, global rates and FX strategist at Nikko Asset Management.
The Islamic State could have given up digital communication and this increases the difficulty of surveying its members, says Greg Barton, professor of global Islamic politics at Deakin University.
Steven Brice, chief investment strategist at Standard Chartered Wealth Management Group, discusses the seasonal trends for stocks.
Jonathan Barratt, CIO at Ayers Alliance Securities, says oil prices were given a lift by a culmination of factors such as geopolitical risks and recent low oil prices.
Tim Summers, CEO of Summers & Co, explains that terrorist groups have been focused on hiring IT specialists and online marketing experts.
Anthony Nightingale, a board member of Jardine Matheson, discusses China's services sector, plus key topics from the Manila summit.
An increase in terror attacks could hurt markets, which have so far shrugged off Islamic State-related risks, cautions Zal Devitre, head of investments at Citibank Singapore.
French warplanes launched their biggest raids in Syria targeting the Islamic State group's de facto capital in Raqqa. CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports.
Andrew Freris, CEO at Ecognosis Advisory argues that Abenomics will not revive Japan's economy.
If the Paris attacks impact Europe's macro outlook, the ECB could take policy action, says Nizam Idris, MD and head of FX strategy at Macquarie.
An international manhunt is underway for a suspect involved in the series of terrorist attacks that roiled Paris. CNBC's Hadley Gamble has more.
Don Hanna, MD at Hanna-Roubini Global Economics, says the impact of the Paris terror attacks will depend on whether further attacks occur.
Western intelligence made the mistake of assuming terror attacks would be carried out by "lone wolf," says Colin Chapman, founder and editor-in-chief at Australian and South East Asian Strategies.
Colin Chapman, founder and editor-in-chief at Australian and South East Asian Strategies, says France could invoke the NATO Collective Defense clause within hours.
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