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Rio Tinto had a strong start to 2015: Expert

Mike Harrowell, director of Resources Research at BBY, says the 12 percent rise in first-quarter iron ore production was a "good number" that will help Rio Tinto meet its 2015 guidance easily.

Not surprised if Greek talks yield no deal: Pro

Bill Stone, chief investment strategist at PNC Asset Management Group, says this week's bailout talks may not see results and explains why comments about European stocks offering "unlocked value" is a nervous proposition.

Tech stocks led the parade on earnings hopes

Bill Stone, chief investment strategist at PNC Asset Management Group, attributes the rise in U.S. technology plays to expectations for improved first-quarter earnings.

Tracking China-Pakistan 'iron brothers' ties

While China and Pakistan share strong political ties, the relationship has become complicated in recent years, says Kerry Brown, director, China Studies Centre & Professor of Chinese Politics from University of Sydney.

Becoming a smart city: What makes Singapore different

Factors like economic stability enable Singapore to plan ahead for problems like an aging population, says Steve Leonard, executive deputy chairman of Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore.

Why Evolution Mining bought La Mancha's assets

Jake Klein, executive chairman at Evolution Mining, says the acquisition of La Mancha's Australian gold assets was a "fair-value investment" that offered a "tremendous opportunity."

Mercedes has a 'balanced approach' in China   Mon, 20 Apr '15 | 12:53 AM ET
Mercedes has a 'balanced approach' in China

Dieter Zetsche, chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler and CEO of Mercedes, outlines the company's approach in China.

AirAsia CEO: 'I think we lost Skymark'   Mon, 20 Apr '15 | 12:49 AM ET
AirAsia CEO: 'I think we lost Skymark'

While AirAsia was interested in taking over bankrupt Japanese low-cost carrier Skymark Airlines, CEO Tony Fernandes, tells CNBC the deal is unlikely to happen now.

Tokopedia: What we learnt from SoftBank, Sequoia

William Tanuwijaya, co-founder and CEO at Tokopedia, says investments from Japanese conglomerate Softbank and Sequoia Capital help it to attract Indonesian talents overseas.

Grexit: 'Low probability, but high impact'?   Mon, 20 Apr '15 | 12:38 AM ET
Grexit: A 'low probability, but high impact' event?

If "Grexit" occurs, markets will likely see a correction, but the negative impact will fade quickly, says Sani Hamid, director, Wealth Management, Economy & Market Strategy at Financial Alliance.

Jaguar Land Rover: Remain confident about China

Speaking to CNBC at the Shanghai Auto Show, Bob Grace, regional president at Jaguar Land Rover, Greater China, explains why he's not worried about the slowdown in China.

Greek talks seeing a countdown: Professor   Mon, 20 Apr '15 | 12:07 AM ET
Greek talks seeing a countdown: Professor

Antonio Fatas, professor of economics at INSEAD, Fontainebleau & Singapore, says the range of compromise in Greece doesn't comply with its European creditors.

These factors are fueling liquidity in China housing

Sunday's reserve requirement ratio cut and the rally in stock markets are driving liquidity in the mainland's housing market, says Nicole Wong, regional head of Property Research at CLSA.

Renault-Nissan: The key to growing sales in China

Carlos Ghosn, chairman and CEO of Renault-Nissan, says the group plans to sell 1.3 million cars in China this year by expanding its product offer.

'India's positivity is tremendous': Godrej   Sun, 19 Apr '15 | 11:22 PM ET
'India's positivity is tremendous': Godrej

Adi Godrej, chairman of Godrej Group, says positive factors in India's economy outweigh worries over issues like tax, which are "relatively small and minor."

China's RRR cut is a 'gamechanger': Nomura   Sun, 19 Apr '15 | 10:48 PM ET
China's RRR cut is a 'gamechanger': Nomura

Freddy Lim, global head of Derivatives Strategy from Nomura, explains why Sunday's wider-than-expected cut in the reserve requirement ratio is a "gamechanger" for China.

Stay away from these stocks as iron ore plunge

With more downside ahead in iron ore prices, investors should stay away from Australia's miners, except for BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto, says Gavin Wendt, founding director & senior resource analyst at Minelife.

What Indonesia can do to entice investors   Sun, 19 Apr '15 | 10:31 PM ET
What Indonesia can do to entice investors

As Indonesia's infrastructure woes cannot be resolved quickly, the government should focus on a few success stories to send an encouraging signal to investors, says Chatib Basri, former finance minister of Indonesia from May 2013-October 2014.

How Indonesia is progressing with reforms   Sun, 19 Apr '15 | 10:19 PM ET
How Indonesia is progressing with reforms

Sofyan Djalil, Indonesia's coordinating minister for Economic Affairs, explains the progress of reforms in the country's land and power sectors.

Don't be too critical of China easing: ANZ   Sun, 19 Apr '15 | 10:10 PM ET
Don't be too critical of China easing: ANZ

Richard Yetsenga, head of Global Markets Research at ANZ, says the rally in the local equity markets indicates that there's still vigor in the economy and appetite for risks.

Ford CEO: 'China is still a good growth market'

Speaking to CNBC at the Shanghai Auto Show, Mark Fields, CEO of Ford, says China remains the world's largest growth market with GDP estimates of 7 percent this year.

Tracking Asia's casino gaming industry   Sun, 19 Apr '15 | 9:38 PM ET
Expectations for new casino projects in Asia

Michael Paladino, Real Estate & Leisure Team Head at Fitch Ratings, discusses the outlook for Macau's gaming sector and how new casinos in Southeast Asia are benefiting.

Philippine stocks: Asia's new darling?   Sun, 19 Apr '15 | 9:16 PM ET
Philippine stocks: Asia's new darling?

Catherine Yeung, investment director at Fidelity Worldwide Investment, explains why Philippine stocks are now "more investable."

China policy moves all about 'balance': Fidelity

The cut in the reserve requirement ratio was used to calm markets after the announcement of new trading rules on Friday, says Catherine Yeung, investment director at Fidelity Worldwide Investment.

Cargill: Being private is important for us   Sun, 19 Apr '15 | 8:42 PM ET
Cargill: Being private is important for us

Alan Willits, Asia Pacific chairman of Cargill, says Cargill's status as a privately-held company is important for it to operate on "long-term beliefs."

The 'big macro trend' that impacts Cargill   Sun, 19 Apr '15 | 8:36 PM ET
The 'big macro trend' that impacts Cargill

Speaking to CNBC at the World Economic Forum on East Asia in Jakarta, Alan Willits, Asia Pacific chairman of Cargill, outlines the factors that drive its business worldwide.

Why markets need to get used to Greek drama

Even if talks yield a short-term technical deal this week, Greece still needs a third bailout after June to survive the next few years, says Koon How Heng, senior FX strategist at Credit Suisse.

Navigating China's auto market   Sun, 19 Apr '15 | 7:51 PM ET
Navigating China's auto market

Vivek Vaidya, vice president of Automotive at Frost & Sullivan, says"discarded brands" like the Ford Taurus can do well in China. He adds that the mainland is also on the lookout for new technology such as greener cars.

Who's driving infrastructure development in Indonesia

While the Indonesian government has the political will to develop infrastructure, the private sector is taking the lead in rural areas, says Anderson Tanoto, director of RGE Group.

Why Greece is still looking to 'play games'

While a "Grexit" won't happen, a Greek default is likely given that Athens refuses to cave in to reform demands, says Mark Andersen, global co-head of Asset Allocation at UBS CIO Wealth Management.

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