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  • Despite growing concerns China's property market is in a bubble, Morgan Stanley firmly believes that isn't the case. Jerry Lou, Managing Director and China Strategist at the bank told CNBC on Tuesday that China's property sector lacked the three defining features of a bubble: valuations, excessive financial leverage and a sharp, steady rise in prices.

  • China's population of millionaires keeps growing. According to the latest Hurun Wealth Report, the country now has nearly a million millionaires.Little wonder, luxury fashion retailers are making a beeline for Hong Kong.According to a new report by CB Richard Ellis, 84 percent of fashion retailers have opened at least one store in the city.The company surveyed 323 global retailers to find the top destinations for luxury retailers across the world.Click on to find out which cities, other than Hon

    CB Richard Ellis surveyed 323 global retailers to find the top destinations for luxury retailers across the world. See which cities made the top 10.

  • Asia’s top companies have been buffeted over the past year by surging crude oil prices, Japan’s earthquake and nuclear crisis, and the flood and cyclone disasters in Australia.But with record profits, strong economic growth and plenty of help from the liquidity provided by the world’s central banks, these firms have continued to increase their value.According to market capitalization data from Reuters, 11 of the top 20 most valuable Asian companies are Chinese, as of April 14, 2011. Nearly half

    Many of Asia's top companies have continued to increase their value despite surging crude oil prices and natural disasters. Click to see the full list of Asia's most valuable companies.

  • This is a transcript of top stories presented by China's CCTV Business Channel as produced by CNBC Asia Pacific.

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    Find out how much you know about American companies—and see if you can name them by taking the quiz.

  • The 2011 Ford Flex

    Ford Motor said it expects as much as a quarter of its sales to come from battery-powered cars by 2020 as it readies to roll out more hybrids, plug-in hybrids and pure electric cars. It also plans to introduce 15 new car models in China by 2015.

  • Standard & Poor's lowered its outlook on the United States, kiwis fell, and Finland is frightening euro traders. Time for your Monday morning FX Fix.

  • Citizens purchase goods at a supermarket in Beijing, China.

    With China now the world’s second largest economy and a leading source of global growth during the last two years, money problems there can reverberate from Wal-Mart to Wall Street and the world beyond,  the New York Times reports.

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    Earlier this month, Molycorp announced it will take a controlling stake in AS Silmet, one of only two rare earth producers in Europe.

  • Asia’s top companies have been buffeted over the past year by surging crude oil prices, Japan’s earthquake and nuclear crisis, and the flood and cyclone disasters in Australia.But with record profits, strong economic growth and plenty of help from the liquidity provided by the world’s central banks, these firms have continued to increase their value.According to market capitalization data from Reuters, 11 of the top 20 most valuable Asian companies are Chinese, as of April 14, 2011. Nearly half

    Asia’s top companies have been buffeted over the past year by surging crude oil prices, Japan’s earthquake and nuclear crisis, and the flood and cyclone disasters in Australia.

  • Chinese Yuan note

    I got off work the other evening and was horribly in the mood for a mango salad. So, mouth full of mango anticipation, I stopped by my local grocers only to be met by a sign: Mangos: £2.40 ($3.84). Each.

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    Asian corporate bonds are finding favor with investors as they offer high yields-5-10%- but come with less risk as regional companies strengthen their balance sheets in a high growth environment.

  • Contingency Planning

    Knowing what you own has never been more important, says Cramer. Every negative story is exaggerated and over-reaction is part of the sea change in the way the modern media covers the markets. Do not succumb to the sensationalism, urges Cramer. In fact, when something terrifying happens, ask, "What the heck does that have to do with the earnings of Bristol-Myers?"

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  • Ultrapure Cerium

    Surging prices for many REMs and the possibility of hoarding have companies on the offensive, spurring a new effort to reclaim valuable elements from mountains of e-waste.

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    China's growth remained strong in the first quarter of this year defying market concerns about a slowdown in domestic demand. Meanwhile, inflation undoubtedly continues to be the major concern leading to fears that measures to tame inflation may not be working.

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    Chinese inflation is biting the Aussie dollar, and a lack of inflation is biting in the U.S. Your daily FX Fix, right here.

  • China's rapid growth in recent years has sparked various ways for investors to cash in. One fund manager says he is starting to look at global consumer stocks as a way to invest in the mainland.

  • This is a transcript of top stories presented by China's CCTV Business Channel as produced by CNBC Asia Pacific.

  • This is a transcript of top stories presented by China's CCTV Business Channel as produced by CNBC Asia Pacific.