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  • How to Play China Banks

    Cyrus Daruwala, Managing Director, Asia Pacific at IDC Financial Insights tells CNBC's Cash Flow how to play the Chinese banking sector.

  • Your Global Equity Strategy

    Hans Goetti, Chief Investment Officer at Finaport talks about his favorite sectors and the best way to play rising inflation in China.

  • China's Luxury Car Market Set for Growth

    Hans Helmuth Hennig, Group Managing Director of Jebsen says that despite an initial slowdown, China's luxury car market will continue to grow.

  • The US is Very Competitive: Pro

    Sanjeev Sanyal, Global Strategist at Deutsche Bank explains why he thinks the U.S. is extremely competitive, and flags Australia as being outrageously expensive. Paul Gambles, Managing Partner, MBMG International warns that low prices in the U.S. stem from a lot of imbalances.

  • Watch Out! Headwinds Ahead for Australia

    Steve Johnson, CIO at Intelligent Investor Funds, discusses how Australia's exposure to China could ultimately bring down the domestic economy.

  • US Jobs Data Will Be 'Lynch Pin' for Commodities

    Jonathan Barratt, Founder of Barratt's Bulletin, says there won't be big moves in the commodities markets as traders will be in 'wait and see' mode ahead of the US non-farm payrolls report on Friday.

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    China's central bank has been talking tough on currency reform while it has also intensified market intervention, highlighting the fine line it must walk in trying to liberalize the yuan.

  • After China's first quarter growth numbers disappointed markets, two analysts say China is failing to benefit from its brisk credit growth.

  • Putting Capital to Work For Better Returns

    Colin Moore, Columbia Management, reveals where he is reallocating assets now.

  • Samsung Beats Apple in US and China: Pro

    Steve Harding, vice president of Antenna, discusses Samsung's results which show it is now ahead of Apple in the U.S. and China and says this is down to innovations and wider product range.

  • Asian 'Earnings Momentum' Positive: Expert

    Jim McCafferty, managing director of equity research at CIMB Securities, explains why the Asian "earnings momentum" is positive and why he is "quite optimistic" about China.

  • What's Behind the Sell-off in Chinese Airlines?

    Dickie Wong, Executive Director at Kingston Securities discusses Air China's modest 4 percent profit rise as well as the impact of bird flu on travel demand.

  • Chinese investors can't seem to be getting enough of commercial real estate abroad and could spend a whopping $5 billion this year, according property services firm Jones Lang LaSalle.

  • China Firms Need to Strengthen Investor Confidence

    Founder, chairman and CEO, Michael Yu of New Oriental, China's largest private education provider, tells CNBC why Chinese corporates should embrace global business standards.

  • U.S. Economic Recovery A Mirage?

    Peter Schiff, CEO at Euro Pacific Capital warns that U.S. might be headed for a economic disaster worse than the global financial crisis in 2008. He also says that Japan is making a monetary mistake.

  • Commodities Tomorrow: Gold On the Move

    CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Gold makes a big move and oil is up on the day.

  • How to Look at Chinese Banks Results

    David Marshall, senior analyst for Asia-Pacific financials at CreditSights, expects good quarterly results from Chinese banks but highlights that China's economy is slowing despite accelerating credit growth.

  • Bird Flu the Biggest Threat for Chinese Airlines

    Siva Govindasamy, Asia Managing Editor of Flightglobal says domestic demand in China's airline sector is strong, but bird flu is the biggest threat that could derail growth.

  • Stock in 60 Seconds: China Minsheng Bank

    CNBC's Emily Chan takes on the challenge of the daily 'Stock in 60' segment to analyze shares of China's seventh-largest lender after it released positive quarterly earnings.

  • A dropoff in Chinese demand for soybeans used to feed poultry and livestock could last for months, as consumers lose their appetite for poultry in response to the bird flu virus outbreak.