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Fan Cheuk Wan, Chief Investment Officer Asia Pacific, Credit Suisse Private Banking and Wealth Management, explains why monetary easing from the ECB is unlikely this week and discusses what that means for Asia.

Alan Landau, CEO of Novel Asset Management, introduces the firm's new fund, which invests primarily in polished natural colored diamonds.

Jeffrey Carr, CEO of Taia Global, discusses whether there's a security issue with the iCloud after the theft of revealing pictures from the accounts of several Hollywood celebrities.

Mikihiko Yamato, Deputy Head of Research at SG-Ji, explains why Fast Retailing's retail sales for August could take a hit from the recent typhoons and cold temperatures.

Ahead of the Reserve Bank of Australia's monetary policy decision on Tuesday, Paul Bloxham, Chief Economist for Australia and New Zealand at HSBC, discusses his expectations.

Modi's agenda during his visit to Japan is specifically on investment, not geopolitical concerns over China, says Taimur Baig, Chief Economist, Asia at Deutsche Bank.

Gillem Tulloch, Founder of GMT Research, discusses Beijing's anti-graft drive and its impact on economic growth. He later explains his negative outlook on Chinese stocks.

With Beijing unlikely to accede to activists' demands, the threat of escalation could undermine Hong Kong's pro-business economy, says Gillem Tulloch, Founder of GMT Research.

Wayne Gordon, Executive Director, Commodities of UBS Wealth Management, explains why consumers won't be put off by higher cocoa prices and discusses the surge in chocolate demand in emerging markets.

Cocoa prices have risen almost 20 percent year to date. CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar visits a factory in Singapore to find out whether higher prices have dampened chocolate demand in Asia.

This is Modi's agenda in Japan     Mon, 1 Sep '14 | 6:36 PM ET

The primary objective of Indian Prime Minister Modi's trip to Tokyo was to court Japanese businesses, says Sheila Smith, Senior Fellow for Japan studies at the Council for Foreign Relations.

In conjunction with "The World's Biggest Risks" special report, CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar examines the impact of rising geopolitical tensions around the world.

Adir Shiffman, Chairman of Catapult Sports, introduces the firm's wearable analytics device and explains why it justifies the steep price tag of $100,000.

John Rutledge, Chief Investment Strategist at SAFANAD, expects the U.S. to see a raft of upbeat data this week that will confirm a strengthening job market and strong growth.

Greg Smith, Group CEO at Global Commodities, says renewed tensions in Ukraine will fuel concerns of a supply disruption and that will lift oil prices higher in the weeks ahead.

After stripping out the base effects, the underlying trend in the inflation data does not reflect a downtrend, says Euben Paracuelles, Executive Director and Southeast Asia Economist at Nomura.

Robert Chow, Spokesman, Alliance for Peace and Democracy, says Beijing has always been clear about the degree of autonomy it will give Hong Kong. He also discusses the response from the city's citizens.

Stephen Nagy, Associate Professor, Department of Politics & International Studies at Tokyo International Christian University, discusses Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Japan.

Louis Kuijs, Chief Economist, Greater China at RBS, says August's manufacturing data reflect a renewed slowdown in China amid persisting domestic risks and slowing global trade.

The fall in Indonesia's purchasing managers' index for August indicates that the country's manufacturing sector is facing challenges, says Wellian Wiranto, Economist at OCBC.

Alex Wong, Director of Asset Management at Ample Capital, says a smaller-than-expected turnout at Sunday's protest helped Hong Kong shares to shrug off political unrest.

Charles Rivkin, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs, describes the importance of trade ties with Southeast Asia and discusses competition from Chinese firms.

Tony Nash, Vice President at Delta Economics, explains his bearish outlook on China's factory activity for the second half of 2014.

CNBC's Emily Tan reports from the Asia World Expo where Li Fei, a member of the top committee of China's parliament, commented on Beijing's parliamentary ruling.

Nizam Idris, Head of Strategy, Fixed Income & Currencies at Macquarie, says the slowing of activity in Chinese factories for August boils down to seasonal factors.

Edward Chin, Organizer of Financial Professionals for Occupy Central, says the campaign is intended as a last resort if Beijing fails to return the rule of fair play to Hong Kong's elections.

Jonathan Pain, Author of The Pain Report, highlights geopolitical tensions in Ukraine and a possible deflation in the euro zone as the biggest risks for stock markets.

James Tien, Party Leader of HK Liberal Party, says Hong Kong citizens should remember the city is not independent and explains why China's latest ruling is an improvement from the past.

Daryl Liew, Head Of Portfolio Management at REYL Singapore, expects U.S. equities to see a 10 percent consolidation soon. He later explains why he likes European stocks.

Mahendra Negi, CFO, Trend Micro and Pakorn Peetathawatchai, Chief Strategy and Finance Officer, Stock Exchange of Thailand, debate the possibility of an upcoming stock market correction.

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