Gold has been all about emotions but supply-side factors show that prices are going to fall, says Peter Esho, chief market analyst at Invast.» Read More
Nathan Bell from Peters MacGregor Capital Management answers CNBC readers' questions on General Electric and Berkshire Hathaway.
Full-service carriers are hurting given reduced headcount in financial services and commodities, says Michael Beer from Citi Research.
The real prize from the TPP deal is access to markets including the U.S. and Japan, says Mike Petersen, New Zealand Special Agricultural Trade Envoy.
Markets indicate that there won't be another Fed hike this year, explains Manpreet Gill from Standard Chartered Wealth Management.
Lewis Ward from IDC, says bringing smartphone and tablet games to the market is different from what Nintendo has traditionally done.
Goh Soo Jin, co-head of Platinum Equity, Singapore, explains why 2016 will be a great year for M&A activity.
Wendy Huang, from Macquarie, identifies the pros and cons of the Fintech investments made by the big internet giants Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent.
Lorraine Tan from Morningstar, says based on a two to three years investment horizon, there are good buying opportunities.
Acquisition of Portugal's Tivoli hotels gives entry points into new markets says Bill Heinecke, chairman and CEO of Minor International.
Marko Ilincic, senior vice president for APAC at Lego says the company's new product line will mix physical experience with digital.
The RBI's statement suggests the cental bank is more concerned about inflation than market expectations says Radhika Rao, an economist at DBS.
Vikram Mansharamani, lecturer at Yale University, says neurological damage and potential birth defects are serious concerns.
Steven Okun, vice chair of APCAC says businesses will benefit from a presidential nominee willing to work with them.
Shane Oliver, chief economist at AMP Capital, says the recent rebound in markets could reverse course and reach new lows.
Moosa Zameer, Tourism Minister of Maldives, says external factors affected Maldives tourism, not internal politics.
Michael Preiss, executive director at Taurus Wealth Advisors, identifies Philippines, Malaysia and Vietnam as three good investment alternatives to China.
Ryan Roberts, analyst at MCM Partners, says a combination of monetary and fiscal policy reforms will be needed to help China's economy rebalance.
Eric Robertsen, from Standard Chartered Bank, outlines the objectives of the Bank of Japan's new negative rates policy.
According to V. Anantha Nageswaran, CEO at Vansight, the three safe-haven investments are gold, stable currencies such as the dollar, and uncorrelated equity markets such as Vietnam.
As a leading market player in the oil sector, it doesn't make sense for Saudi Arabia to hold back on its spare capacity, says Ivan Szpakowski, head of Asia commodity research at Citi.
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