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  • Cash is a bad place to be: Pro

    Kristina Hooper, Allianz Global Investors, explains why cash is a bad place to be right now for investors. Equities are the place to be in an environment of financial repression, says Hooper.

  • Are UK businesses sitting on cash surpluses?

    ICAEW has published a survey suggesting that UK businesses are sitting on cash surpluses and are less likely to invest until they feel more secure. Stephen Ibbotson, director of business at ICAEW, explains more.

  • 7 companies that bled cash in 2014

    Here are 7 non-financial companies in the Russell 1000 index that have bled through $2 billion or more in free cash flow in 2014.

  • A Staples shopping cart inside a store in Mount Prospect, Illinois.

    Staples reported higher-than-expected quarterly sales and profit as demand recovered for core office supplies such as paper and ink products.

  • Stay skeptical and conservative on China: Pro

    Sam Le Cornu, Senior Portfolio Manager at Macquarie comments on China markets and property plays.

  • Japan Display can stay in the game

    Ben Collett, Head of Asian Equities at Sunrise Brokers, explains the factors behind the weak market debut of Japan Display.

  • Oracle will take more time: Pro

    David Garrity, Principal at GVA Research comments on Oracle's outlook and why he prefers Microsoft instead.

  • Wood on Alacer Gold and Domino's

    Stephen Wood, Portfolio Manager, Australian Small Companies Fund at UBS, explains why he's positive on gold miners and Domino's.

  • Tim Farrar: Son didn't get what he paid for

    Tim Farrar, Analyst at TMF Associates, explains why he thinks Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son may face obstacles in his plan to shake things up for the telecommunications industry in the U.S.

  • Overwieght on technology: Pro

    Mark Konyn, CEO of Cathay Conning Asset Management, says the technology sector may receive a leg up from China's reforms and advancements in emerging markets which could lead to increased capex spending.

  • The FED's taper is here to stay: Pro

    Jeremy Hill, Principal & Chief Market Strategist at Affinity Investment Advisors, explains why he think there is no reason for the Fed to pause tapering.

  • Yuan: Taking baby steps

    Mohammed Apabhai, Head of Asia Pacific Trading Strategies at Citi, says China wants to make small, rather than drastic changes, to its policies.

  • India's vulnerability will persist although short-term fixes are in place. - HDFC

    Dipen Sheth, Head of Institutional Research at HDFC Securities, discusses India's outlook after January consumer price inflation slows to its lowest level in two years.

  • China's GDP play

    Ben Collett, Head of Asian Equities at Sunrise Brokers, explains why he doesn't mind taking the 3-4% losses while buying into any weakness in China.

  • China GDP beats estimates, but markets don't care

    Investors in Asia seemed to shrug off China's stronger-than-expected growth domestic product data. CNBC's Eunice Yoon describes some of the headwinds that may be weighing on sentiment.

  • Sony and Disney's Movie Businesses

    Atul Goyal, Senior Analyst at Jefferies, compares two of the biggest companies in movie industry, and explains why Disney is faring better in United States.

  • Forex market is now very sensitive to U.S. yield. - Analyst

    Nick Verdi, Director, FX Strategy Asia Pacific ex-Japan at Barclays, explains why he still likes being short on the Aussie, and explains why Asian currencies are very sensitive to U.S. treasury yields.

  • Japan's Fast Retailing

    Mikihiko Yamato, Deputy Head of Research at Ji Asia, talks about Fast Retailing's recent expansion into U.S. markets, and explains why they will enjoy this adventure.

  • Why protests won't affect Thai investment

    Aadil Ebrahim, Managing Director at Bowen Asia says investors have usually priced in political volatility when investing in Thailand.

  • Selectivity is the watchword. - Pro

    David Dietze, President & Chief Investment Strategist at Point View Wealth Management, says even though interest rates are still low, it's safer to say cautious and selective in the stock market.