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  • Here's why Indian shares are taking a breather

    Yoon Chou Chong, investment director at Aberdeen Asset Management, Singapore, says Indian shares are taking a breather due to factors like rising valuations and the debate on the minimum alternate tax.

  • Greek MP discusses default fears

    Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Greek MP at the New Democracy Party, says he sees "no conceivable option" for Greece to default, as it would be "a completely catastrophic scenario."

  • India's reforms: Domestic focus is the right focus

    Jan Dehn, head of research at Ashmore Investment Management, says the real upside for India is the domestic economy; adding that the real constraints are the lack of reforms and inefficiencies; all of which India's Prime Minister is addressing.

  • SocGen: 10% chance of sustainable deal for Greece

    Anatoli Annenkov, senior European economist at Societe Generale, says that for Greece to pay back all of its loans, there needs to be more progress at the next Eurogroup meeting.

  • HK stock rally is 'bit of a reform premium': Pro

    Gavin Parry, managing director at Parry International Trading, attributes the rally in the Hang Seng index to the removal of barriers for mainland money managers to buy H-shares last week.

  • Greek reforms: The risks ahead

    Edmund Shing, global equity portfolio manager at BCS Financial Group, discusses Greece's reform plans and the potential risks ahead.

  • Why more defaults will occur in China

    Mark Mobius, executive chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets Group, discusses news that Cloud Live became the first company to default on corporate bond principal in China.

  • Why Greece really needs tax reforms

    Constantine Michalos of the Greek Chamber of Commerce and Industry, discusses the best course of action to boost Greek business.

  • Grexit: Worse for stock market, than bond market

    Discussing the latest developments with Greece, David Owen, chief European economist at Jefferies International, says that if Greece exits the euro zone, it could be worse for the European stock market than the bond market.

  • Greek reforms: What should we expect?

    Holger Schmieding, chief economist at Berenberg, discusses what he expects Greece to say and do in terms of reforms in the coming weeks.

  • Dick Bove

    The buzz about another possible bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac doesn't make any sense, says Dick Bove. Here's why.

  • Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko in the 1987 Oliver Stone film, "Wall Street."

    The SEC's entire corporate-disclosure operation is based on the written document. That's a huge problem, says this watchdog.

  • Refaeli hopes for change with Israel

    Supermodel, Bar Refaeli says she hopes for a change in Israel following the Likud victory in yesterday's elections.

  • Leadsom: UK growth not down to luck

    The last U.K. budget speech before the U.K. general election has taken place. Andrea Leadsom, Economic Secretary to the Treasury of the Conservative Party, gives her reactions.

  • Leslie: Labour party has a better plan

    After the UK budget meeting, Chris Leslie, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, gives his reaction, explaining why the Labour plan is better for certain sectors.

  • UK budget: The real shock factor

    Talking about the UK budget, Dr. Brian Hilliard, chief UK economist at Societe Generale, says that the UK is "doing pretty well, but there's more to be done."

  • The exterior of the headquarters of Dutch co-operative bank Rabobank in Utrecht.

    A former trader at Rabobank has become the first trader banned from the British financial services industry over Libor interest rate rigging.

  • Time to look to Hong Kong markets?

    Kingsley Jones, founder and CIO at Jevons Global, explains why Hong Kong shares are looking better these days and outlines why India is a standout performer among emerging markets.

  • Saccomanni: How to help out Greece

    Fabrizio Saccomanni, former finance minister of Italy, says we should make sure the Greek government has no funding problems in the short-run that could trigger a systemic crisis.

  • Saccomanni: Reforms are 'a complicated affair'

    Talking about Italy's new reforms, Fabrizio Saccomanni, former finance minister of Italy, says a lot depends on what the priorities are when it comes to Italy's reforms.