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  • Hong Kong budget: 'On the right track'

    Loretta Shuen, chairperson of the Taxation Committee, discusses the Hong Kong economy and the challenges it faces including its ageing population.

  • Expect strong Q4 results from Baidu: Macquarie

    Jiong Shao, Regional Head of Internet at Macquarie, says Baidu's diversified exposure across online and mobile sector will give it a strong fourth-quarter results.

  • Analysing Chinese equities' dismal showing

    Fan Cheuk Wan, CIO, Asia Pacific at Credit Suisse Private Banking, says the recent slump in Chinese equities suggests the market has priced in very bearish growth expectations.

  • PBOC is in absolute control of the Yuan: Elston

    Peter Elston, Aberdeen Asset Management, says that growth across the globe is losing steam while concerns about the PBOC's grip over the Yuan are unwarranted.

  • Yuan's slide shows a curb on speculators: RBS

    Louis Kuijs, Chief China Economist at RBS, says recent steep declines in the Chinese renminbi could be a result of government control on speculative money inflow into the mainland.

  • Aus Trade Min: We are 'attractive' for investments

    Andrew Robb, Minister for Trade & Investment of Australia, comments on recent declines in the Chinese yuan and how trends in the Aussie is making Australia an attractive place to invest in.

  • 3 ways to look at yuan's slide: Westpac

    Robert Rennie, Global Head of FX Strategy at Westpac Bank, lays out three plausible explanations for recent unusually steep declines in the Chinese renminbi.

  • China's renminbi in focus

    Unusually steep declines in the Chinese yuan has caught many traders by surprise. What are the factors and possible implications? CNBC's Deirdre Wang Morris reports.

  • Commodities tomorrow: Pressure in crude futures

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Oil was down on the day, as investors worry about growth in China and the U.S. Nat gas was down on the day, as well. And gold closed at $1,342.70.

  • U.K. entry visa.

    The U.K. plan to auction off visas, with bids starting at $4 million, may sound strange, but it's not too different from other schemes that give investors visas.

  • Chinese online community embracing e-commerce

    Nick Debnam, Asia pacific Chairman, Consumer Markets for KPMG China explains why China's e-commerce market will soon overtake that of the U.S.

  • This is where future smartphone growth lies...

    As China sees an ease in demand, India is where future growth will be for the smartphone industry, according to a new report. CNBC's Julia Wood reports.

  • What to expect from China's March plenary session

    Expect the Chinese government to set a growth target of at least 7 percent and focus on reforms at the upcoming Plenary session, says Toby Lawson, Head of Financial Futures & Options at Newedge, APAC.

  • Were concerns for China's property sector overblown?

    Referring to Monday's selloff in China's property stocks, Carol Wu, Head of Research, Equity Research, China Property at DBS Vickers, says the market over-panicked. She explains why the situation is not all negative.

  • How to navigate China's property sector?

    Eddy Loh, Equity Strategist for Asia at Barclays, explains how investors could take advantage of the recent selloff in Chinese property stocks.

  • Reading into the yuan's recent slump

    CNBC's The Call team discuss about the Chinese yuan's sharp decline recently, which has fueled speculations that a policy shift may be taking place.

  • EMs still facing challenges: UBS

    Kelvin Tay, MD & Regional CIO, Southern APAC at UBS Wealth Management, explains why he thinks the outlook for emerging markets still remains lackluster.

  • The Linkedin app logo is displayed on an Apple iPad.

    LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner has made it clear that the company sees huge potential in China, and the business network is taking steps to profit from it.

  • What's brewing for Starbucks in China

    Responding to recent criticism about its pricing practices in China, John Culver, Group President, China & Asia Pacific at Starbucks, says prices reflect the true cost of its operations in the mainland.

  • Commodities tomorrow: Nat gas dips

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude was up slightly today, because of geopolitical issues around the world. Nat gas dipped on the day, and is now closer to $5 than $6. Gold closed at $1,338, and traders will watch Yellen to see where it's likely headed.