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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.

Forget PMI, employment data matters more: Pro

Michael Spencer, co-head of Global Economics at Deutsche Bank, says recent employment data indicate that the Chinese economy isn't growing fast, which explains the change in monetary policy.

Mayweather-Pacquiao fight: Were the judges right?

Victor Cui, CEO of ONE Championship, says this weekend's mega fight emphasized Pacquiao's popularity in Asia, "a region that's hungry for local heroes."

IMF could declare yuan fairly valued: What it means

Michael Every, head of Financial Markets Research, Asia-Pacific for Rabobank, discusses news that the IMF is on the verge of declaring China's currency fairly valued.

Weak China April PMI not a surprise: HSBC   Sun, 3 May '15 | 9:46 PM ET
Weak China April PMI not a surprise: HSBC

Julia Wang, Greater China economist at HSBC, says the final PMI reading showed "continued contraction" of China's factory sector and is a reminder that the economy still needs monetary support.

China stocks and economy on diverging paths

While Chinese markets look "incredibly constructive", investors shouldn't expect the country's growth to re-accelerate, says Paul Krake, founder of View from the Peak: Macro Strategies.

Why the AIIB won't compete with ADB   Sun, 3 May '15 | 7:53 PM ET
Why the AIIB won't compete with ADB

Bambang Brodjonegoro, finance minister of Indonesia, says the roles of the Asian Development Bank and China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank are complementary.

Commodities are entering a 'sweet spot': ANZ

Daniel Hynes, commodity strategist at ANZ Research, attributes a rise in investor appetite for commodities to factors like a weaker U.S. dollar and easing moves from China.

Westpac shares could fall after earnings miss: Pro

With Australia's major banks priced for perfection, Westpac's minor miss on expectations will see its shares come under pressure, says David Ellis, head of Australian Banking Research at Morningstar Australasia.

Fed won't raise rates in 2015: Freris   Sun, 3 May '15 | 7:07 PM ET
Fed won't raise rates in 2015: Freris

Andrew Freris, CEO of Ecognosis Advisory, says a rise in interest rates will incur a "big shock" and long-term bond yields will fall, instead of going up.

Indonesian Fin Min: 'Bali Nine' backlash is 'unfair'

With capital punishments also in place in Singapore and Malaysia, it is unfair for Indonesia to be criticized for the execution of drug convicts, says Bambang Brodjonegoro, finance minister of Indonesia.

Where fans watched the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight

Naveen Menon, partner & head of Communications, Media and Technology Practice (Asia Pacific) at A.T. Kearney, discusses boxing's reliance on the Pay-Per-View (PPV) distribution model.

RBA will cut rates, but is it the best move?

Kumar Palghat, director at Kapstream, expects the Reserve Bank of Australia to cut rates at Tuesday's policy meeting even though easing measures are having a mixed impact on the economy.

Strong dollar: The 'new harsh weather excuse'?

Christine Short, senior vice president of Estimize, explains the need for U.S. companies to get "smarter" amid a stronger dollar environment.

The US dollar hasn't peaked yet: NAB   Sun, 3 May '15 | 6:21 PM ET
The US dollar hasn't peaked yet: NAB

Ray Attrill, co-head FX strategy at the National Australia Bank, outlines the factors that will help the greenback to "find its feet" soon.

CEOs discuss the Buffett factor   Sun, 3 May '15 | 5:15 PM ET
CEO discuss the 'Buffett factor'

John Stumpf, Wells Fargo chairman & CEO; Kenneth Chenault; American Express chairman & CEO; Ginni Rometty, IBM chairman & CEO; and Muhtar Kent, Coca-Cola chairman & CEO, discuss their relationships with Warren Buffett and marvel at just how easy it's been to communicate with him.

Rometty on Watson: He never stops learning

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty talks Watson, and how it's going to help people make decisions. It never stops learning, she says. Rometty also discusses the company's dividend.

Why Buffett bought more IBM   Sat, 2 May '15 | 5:00 PM ET
Why Buffett bought more IBM

Berkshire CEO Warren Buffett addresses his purchase of more IBM shares and allegations of predatory lending at Clayton Homes.

Warren works the floor   Sat, 2 May '15 | 5:00 PM ET
Warren works the floor

Billionaire Warren Buffet talks to people on the floor of the Bershire Hathaway meeting this weekend in Omaha.

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