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Expect over 200,000 US jobs in April: Pro   Mon, 4 May '15 | 10:14 PM ET
Expect over 200,000 US jobs in April: Pro

David Dietze, president & chief investment strategist at Point View Wealth Management, expects April's nonfarm payrolls to see a "nice rebound" following a sub-par report in the previous month.

Here's the problem with low interest rates

Richard Martin, managing director of IMA Asia, discusses the issue with a prolonged environment of cheap money.

For Macau casinos, a period of stabilization beckons?

Grant Govertsen, managing director of Union Gaming Securities Asia, outlines the factors that could reinvigorate Macau's gaming sector.

Rate cut is the only option for RBA: Expert

Amid a weak domestic economy, the Reserve Bank of Australia has to "do its job" by cutting interest rates, says David Bassanese, chief economist of BetaShares Capital.

Italian Fin Min: Greek talks will see results soon

Pier Carlo Padoan, finance minister of Italy, expects the Eurogroup meeting on May 11 to see "tangible results" as Greece risks running out of cash in "maybe a couple of weeks."

Is McDonald's restructuring plan good enough?

Jason Moser, analyst at The Motley Fool, says crucial details such as plans to grow store traffic are missing from the fast food giant's turnaround strategy.

China-Taiwan top level talks yield no progress: Pro

Dean Cheng, senior research fellow for Asian Studies at the Heritage Foundation Center, says China still wants to keep "Taiwan in a box" and the high-level meetings on Monday doesn't mark anything new in cross-straits ties.

China PMI data slow down, but stocks rise?

Factors such as a lack of alternatives amid a property slump are driving investors to the stock market, says Andrew Sullivan, managing director of Sales Trading at Haitong International Securities.

Indian Fin Min: Reforms and stocks are unrelated

Arun Jaitley, minister of finance of India, says India's stock market has "its own logic" and comments about how stalling reforms are weighing on stocks are "completely unfounded."

Glu Mobile aims to be 'turbo-charged in China'

Niccolo De Masi, chairman & CEO of Glu Mobile, discusses news that Chinese internet behemoth Tencent is taking a 15 percent stake in the San Francisco-based developer.

HP's Fiorina, Carson join GOP 2016 race   Mon, 4 May '15 | 7:32 PM ET
HP's Fiorina, Carson join GOP 2016 race

Corey Boles, senior U.S. analyst at Eurasia, says former CEO of Hewlett-Packard Carly Fiorina and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson have "extreme long shots of capturing the nomination."

Indian Fin Min: GST will benefit India   Mon, 4 May '15 | 6:53 PM ET
Indian Fin Min: GST will benefit India

Speaking to CNBC at the Asian Development Bank's annual meeting in Baku, Arun Jaitley, minister of finance of India, outlines the advantages of implementing a goods and services tax.

Macau's gaming sector hinges on Beijing: Pro

Jonathan Galaviz, partner at Global Market Advisors, says the performance of Macau's casino industry is based on politics rather than economic analysis.

Is fracking to blame for US earthquakes?   Mon, 4 May '15 | 6:36 PM ET
Is fracking to blame for quakes? Maybe not: Pro

Justin Rubinstein, seismologist at U.S. Geological Survey, explains why waste water injection is responsible for the rise in earthquakes in the U.S.

A RBA rate cut will pave the way for this   Mon, 4 May '15 | 6:19 PM ET
A RBA rate cut will pave the way for this

A rate cut by the Reserve Bank of Australia will serve as a prelude to growth forecast downgrades in Friday's quarterly statement, says Ben Jarman, senior economist at JP Morgan.

Why the Fed will go slow on rate increases

Jim Awad, managing director at Plimsoll Mark Capital, says U.S. interest rates are likely to see "shallow increases" amid a low growth environment worldwide.

Here's why the iron ore rally is losing steam

David Lennox, resource analyst at Fat Prophets, says iron ore supply remains adequate despite major producers announcing plans to shut down future productions.

Tracking the outlook of China, Indonesia   Mon, 4 May '15 | 12:32 AM ET
Tracking the outlook of China, Indonesia

Kunal Ghosh, emerging market portfolio manager at Allianz Global Investors, outlines his expectations for easing from China and explains why investors should be careful of Indonesia for the time being.

Indonesia: No longer Asia's market darling?

Sani Hamid, director, Wealth Management, Economy & Market Strategy at Financial Alliance, says Indonesian markets will likely see profit-taking for the next 12-24 months amid a looming U.S. rate hike.

Not worried about deflation risks in China: Pro

Julian Evans-Pritchard, China economist at Capital Economics, says China's persistent low inflation is driven by low import prices, which are beneficial for most consumers and firms.

Indonesian Fin Min: Planning more stimulus in Q2

Speaking to CNBC at the Asian Development Bank's annual meeting in Baku, Bambang Brodjonegoro, finance minister of Indonesia, outlines his plans to boost the economy.

China's stock rally still has legs: CLSA   Sun, 3 May '15 | 11:33 PM ET
China's stock rally still has legs: CLSA

With the economy being weaker than expected, further monetary easing is likely this quarter, which will be supportive of markets, says Francis Cheung, head of China & HK Strategy at CLSA.

Why StanChart is upbeat on US jobs report   Sun, 3 May '15 | 11:13 PM ET
Why StanChart is upbeat on US jobs report

Steve Brice, chief investment strategist at Standard Chartered, says the U.S. recovery remains on track and expects 200,000-300,000 jobs created for each of the next 6 months.

As election looms, is sterling looking vulnerable?

Michael Sneed, FX strategist at BNP Paribas, says uncertainty surrounding the U.K. elections and recent positive economic data are making investors cautious about short sterling trades.

A slight recovery in sight for commodities?

After overshooting on the downside, commodity prices will likely consolidate and rise slightly this quarter, with copper being the first to recover, says Andrew Su, CEO of Compass Global Markets.

Should markets worry about Westpac's bad debts?

TS Lim, financials analyst at Bell Potter, says a fall in bad debt charges raises questions about the quality of Westpac's earnings.

Why a RBA rate cut is the 'sensible thing to do'

The Reserve Bank of Australia will likely cut rates this week amid economic headwinds and the Aussie dollar could see more volatility, says Tony Nash, vice president at Delta Economics.

'Things are chugging along in China': Nash   Sun, 3 May '15 | 10:05 PM ET
'Things are chugging along in China': Nash

Tony Nash, vice president at Delta Economics, explains why markets shouldn't read too much into the weaker-than-expected HSBC's final China purchasing managers' index for April.

Here comes another China smartphone maker   Sun, 3 May '15 | 9:38 PM ET
Here comes another China smartphone maker

Apart from Xiaomi, China's video streaming site LeTV is gunning for the U.S. market with its "Le 1 Pro" smartphone. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.

Tracking the outlook of HK retail sector   Sun, 3 May '15 | 9:33 PM ET
Tracking the outlook of HK retail sector

Helen Mak, senior director of Retail Services at Colliers International, discusses the various factors weighing on Hong Kong's retail space.

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