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Fred Hochberg, Chairman & President of Ex-Im Bank, says U.S. exporters face unprecedented challenges and will need support to fend off competition. He also discusses the criticisms that the agency faces.

Jonathan Cavenagh, Senior FX Strategist at Westpac Institutional Bank, says uncertainty over the economy may result in a more dovish central bank, which in turn will hurt the Australian dollar.

Remain overweight on risk assets: UBS     Mon, 30 Jun '14 | 10:15 PM ET

Mark Haefele, Global CIO at UBS Wealth Management, remains long on risk assets in the later half of 2014 as central banks stay accommodative and global recovery continues.

Sarah Quinlan, Senior Vice President of Market Insights at MasterCard, says the decline in Hong Kong's retail sales reflects the slowdown in the areas of real estate and jewellery consumption.

Anson Chan, Former Chief Secretary of Hong Kong, calls the city's strive for democracy "a slow and winding path" and says citizens are determined to fight for a credible and fair election.

Christopher Jones, MD & Senior Gaming & Lodging Analyst, Telsey Advisory Group, says Macau's gaming sector will face downside pressure in the near term but the "noise" will start to clear by 2015.

Tuesday's manufacturing data for June indicates that China is likely to attain its growth target of 7.5 percent, says Greg Matwejev, Director for FX Hedge Fund Sales and Trading at Newedge.

What options are Argentina left with?     Mon, 30 Jun '14 | 8:32 PM ET

Gorky Urquieta, Co-head of Emerging Market Debt at Neuberger Berman, outlines the options that Argentina has at the moment with regards to its debt payments.

The rise of e-commerce in Asia     Mon, 30 Jun '14 | 8:23 PM ET
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. apps are displayed on an Apple iPhone 5s in this arranged photograph.

This year, Asia Pacific is set to overtake North America as the largest e-commerce market in the world. CNBC's Julia Wood takes a look at how companies are cashing in on this lucrative space.

Ben Collett, Head, Asian Equities, Sunrise Brokers, says plans to raise capital spending by firms, as indicated in the Tankan survey, is a surprise and discusses what that means for Japanese shares.

Demand from key clients attracted the firm to Cambodia which is a market that's expanding in the right direction, says Paul Harris, Regional Director, Asia Pacific, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

Martin Lakos, Division Director at Macquarie Private Wealth, explains why the Reserve Bank of Australia is likely to maintain a "prolonged stable period of rates" till the first quarter of 2016.

Markus Schomer, Chief Economist at Pinebridge Investments, expects the U.S. to see growth above 3 percent in the second half of 2014 and explains why bonds are a "futile economic indicator."

Nicholas Weindling, Fund Manager at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, expects Tuesday's Tankan survey to show that the impact of the sales tax hike has been less severe than expected.

Steve Goldman, Managing Director at Kapstream Capital, says Argentina has the "willingness and ability" to make payments to holders of its restructured debt.

Can Jokowi be 'Indonesia's Modi'?     Mon, 30 Jun '14 | 12:15 AM ET

Wellian Wiranto, Economist at OCBC Bank, says Indonesia's presidential candidates have gained support with nationalistic policies while India's Modi emphasized pro-business measures.

This could spur the BOJ into action     Mon, 30 Jun '14 | 12:04 AM ET

Following Japan's May industrial production report, the Bank of Japan will be looking at whether companies are investing again, says Martin Schulz, Senior Economist at Fujitsu Research Institute.

Girija Pande, Executive Chairman at Apex Avalon Consulting, explains the challenges faced by Chinese and Indian firms when doing business in each other's country.

Ahmed Salah Hashim, Associate Professor at the Rajaratnam School of International Studies, says the renaming of ISIL signals the insurgents' intention to challenge Al-Qaeda.

Joel Stern, Chairman & CEO of Stern Value Management, says policies under the current U.S. government has decreased productivity and return rates on investments, thereby causing lower capital spending.

What will move the US dollar this week?     Sun, 29 Jun '14 | 10:40 PM ET

Emma Lawson, Senior Currency Strategist at National Australia Bank, explains how Janet Yellen's speech on Wednesday and Thursday's U.S. jobs report can impact the greenback.

Hong Kong poll turnout tops expectations     Sun, 29 Jun '14 | 10:35 PM ET

Audrey Eu, Chairwoman of the Civic Party, discusses the significance of a larger-than-expected turnout at the unofficial democracy referendum in Hong Kong.

Why QE is no longer justified     Sun, 29 Jun '14 | 10:17 PM ET

Hans Goetti, Head of Investment Asia at Banque Internationale a Luxembourg, says quantitative easing is no longer justified amid a U.S. recovery. He also discusses warnings about "euphoria" in markets.

Edward Chin, Co-organizer of Occupy Central, outlines the movement's aims and discusses the big four accounting firms' opposition to the democracy campaign.

Klaus Baader, Chief Economist, Asia Pacific, Societe Generale, outlines the factors contributing to low volatility on Wall Street and discusses whether that is a good thing for investors.

Girish Jhunjhnuwala, Founder & CEO of Ovolo Hotels, says its hotel's location in the southern part of Hong Kong resembles "hip areas" like New York's Meatpacking District and London's Shoreditch.

Expect 214,000 jobs for June: Maybank     Sun, 29 Jun '14 | 8:21 PM ET

Saktiandi Supaat, Head of Global FX Strategy at Maybank, discusses his optimism for a robust jobs figure for June and explains why the greenback will be capped around 80 in the near term.

John Milroy, Investment Adviser at Macquarie, says U.S markets will likely rely on "traditional key drivers" like corporate earnings moving forward.

Junko Nishioka, Chief Economist Japan at RBS Securities, says a rise in industrial output for the month of May indicates that Japan is "getting out of its economic contraction."

Joe Magyer, Senior Analyst at The Motley Fool, says the cooling of key sectors like real-estate point to slowing growth in China. He also explains why the "mini stimulus" won't make much of an impact.

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