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Chella Skin Care CEO Chris Kolodziejski, who's now selling on Alibaba's Tmall, says China's slowdown hasn't hit demand for cosmetics.
With none of the major U.S. indices reaching new highs and with small-cap and mid-cap subsectors trading below average, the outlook for the global economy remains weak, says Puru Saxena, CEO of Puru Saxena Wealth Management.
Carl Rhodes, professor at Macquarie University, says society has to make sure companies such as VW know that their behavior is "unacceptable."
Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities, identifies the differences between China's and Hong Kong's stock markets' response to economic data.
Daniel Morgan, global commodities analyst at UBS, says to expect commodity prices to remain low for longer than predicted.
Medha Samant, investment director for Asian equities at Fidelity Worldwide Investment, explains how reforms in China and India will drive financial markets.
KoreConX boss Oscar Jofre tells how crowdfunded businesses can manage shareholders' expectations by communicating, issuing ownership certificates, and holding AGMs using technology.
As votes continue to be counted for an official call on the Myanmar election result, Nomita Nair, partner at Berwin Leighton Paisner, and Bhavya Sehgal, APAC MD at Frontier Strategy Group discuss the implications of the historic poll.
The dollar is going to continue outperforming against currencies including the euro and the yen, says Scott Cavanough, SVP of financial markets at Compass Global Markets.
Jason Low, equity strategist at DBS Private Bank, thinks investors should look the banks, which are are trading at five times P/E multiples and offering 6-7% dividend yields.
Ashish Sinha, chief technology officer at MasterCard, explains how the company is stepping up to the rising competition from outside the traditional financial sector.
Azra Lau, director and head of ETF at GF International Investment Management, outlines the factors that have been buoying market sentiment in China.
Nathan Bell, head of research at Peters MacGregor Capital Management, does not think that a quarter-point rise in U.S. interest rates will have a great impact.
Mikihiko Yamato, senior analyst, consumer, equity research at BNP Paribas Securities, expects Japanese consumers to spend more as improved corporate earnings translate into gradual wage hikes.
Juerg Kiener, MD & CIO at Swiss Asia Capital, Singapore, says an increase in U.S. interest rates will be bearish on the commodity sector.
Toby Lawson, managing director at Societe Generale Newedge, expects equity markets to continue their run-up if the Fed stays on course for a rate hike.
Gavin Parry, MD at Parry International Trading, says Japan Post and its units are stable companies, while adding that the stocks remain attractive in terms of the price to book ratio.
Frank Tang, CEO of Fountainvest Partners, says the growth deceleration in China is hurting the confidence levels of CEOs surveyed in the latest YPO Global Pulse survey.
Laura Fitzsimmons, VP, Macro Sales at J.P. Morgan, explains why she's expecting the nonfarm payrolls report due Friday to come in below market expectations.
While Chinese stocks could deliver positive returns in the near term, long-term investors should reconsider given the lingering concerns over Chinese growth, says Xavier Denis, global strategist at SG Securities.
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