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Amid a strong dollar, how do you invest?   Thu, 28 May '15 | 12:13 AM ET
Amid a strong dollar, how do you invest?

Adam Parker, chief U.S. equity strategist at Morgan Stanley, likes financial stocks at the moment, but is cautious on sectors such as tech amid a rejuvenated greenback.

Rumors spread about Qatar's FIFA bid   Thu, 28 May '15 | 2:03 AM ET
Rumors spread about Qatar's FIFA bid

Yuuichiro Nakajima, former executive director of Japan Bid 2022, says there were rumors of something strange going when FIFA chose Qatar to host the World Cup.

Have to be careful about ECB's QE exit: Nowotny

Ewald Nowotny, Governor of the National Bank of Austria, tells CNBC that the ECB will have to be cautious on its QE exit plan, and is watching the US Federal Reserve's tapering experience with great interest.

Japan has further to run: Strategist   Thu, 28 May '15 | 2:00 AM ET
Japan has further to run: Strategist

Ramin Nakisa, global asset allocation strategist at UBS, says Japan's market rally isn't based on inflated valuations.

UK economy remains in 'pretty good fettle': EY

Tom Rogers, senior economic advisor at EY, outlines his expectations for the U.K.'s revised gross domestic product (GDP) for the first quarter.

FIFA head Blatter must take responsibility: Pro

Corruption stems from the top rungs of FIFA's leadership and president Sepp Blatter needs to take moral, if not legal, responsibility, says Daniel Hough, director of Sussex Center for the Study of Corruption.

For firms, FX hedging isn't a long-term solution: Pro

Atul Goyal, senior analyst at Jefferies, discusses the threat of currency shifts on companies such as Japanese electronics maker Sony.

BOJ Kuroda: Inflation target is 'reasonable'

Haruhiko Kuroda, Governor of the Bank of Japan, says factors such as a possible "significant wage increase" put the central bank on track to achieve 2 percent inflation.

Visa may reassess FIFA sponsorship   Thu, 28 May '15 | 1:30 AM ET
 Visa may reassess FIFA sponsorship

CNBC's Wilfred Frost gives an update on the FIFA scandal, explaining that Visa may reassess its sponsorship deal with the global football association in the wake of corruption allegations.

Not seeing asset bubbles, but cautious: Kuroda

Haruhiko Kuroda, Governor of the Bank of Japan, tells CNBC that while the central bank is not aware of any asset bubbles, it will continue to carefully monitor the financial system.

Need to distinguish noise from fact in Greek talks: Nowotny

Ewald Nowotny, Governor of the National Bank of Austria, tells CNBC it's important distinguish noise from fact when it comes to news on Greek debt negotiations.

Why the Greek drama is not ending just yet   Thu, 28 May '15 | 12:06 AM ET
Why the Greek drama is not ending just yet

Dariusz Kowalczyk, senior economist at Credit Agricole, says comments from Greece saying it's closer to a deal are "premature" and markets should brace for "more tension, more risks and more volatility.

Don't fear the selloff in Philippine stocks: Pro

Lexter Azurin, head, Equity Research and Senior Manager at Unicapital Securities, says the panic selling sparked by Thursday's disappointing GDP print is a "healthy correction."

Tracking the impact of currency shifts on Japan Inc

Amid the rise in dollar-yen this week, Ajay Sunder, vice president for ICT at Frost & Sullivan, examines the impact of a weaker yen on export-oriented names like Toyota Motor and Sony.

Fed rate hike in September? Don't think so: Pro

Uwe Parpart, managing director and head of Research at Reorient Financial Markets, says recent data should make the Federal Reserve "very cautious" of a premature rate hike.

After FIFA scandal, what will sponsors do?   Wed, 27 May '15 | 11:09 PM ET
After FIFA scandal, what will sponsors do?

Kevin Adler, chief engagement officer at Engage Marketing, expects key sponsors of FIFA to stay the course as soccer remains the "marquee property of the global sports landscape."

Dollar-yen staging a 'convincing turnaround': Pro

Hans Redeker, global head of FX Strategy at Morgan Stanley, outlines the factors that will underpin the uptrend in dollar-yen.

Ignore the US' first-quarter GDP: Economist   Wed, 27 May '15 | 10:38 PM ET
Ignore the US' first-quarter GDP: Economist

Alan Krueger, professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University, says the growth figure due for release on Friday won't be indicative of the real economy due to special factors such as bad weather.

Philippines finance secretary: Growth will catch up

Cesar Purisima, Finance Secretary of the Philippines, attributes the less-than-stellar first-quarter growth to a fall in government construction and explains his confidence in the country's outlook moving forward.

Need to find a cleaner? This portal can help you

Hoe Yeen Teck, co-founder and CEO of Helpling Singapore, introduces the home-cleaning portal which allows users to engage the services of a reliable cleaner quickly.

SMCP CEO: Why Asia looks 'promising'   Wed, 27 May '15 | 9:36 PM ET
SMCP CEO: Why Asia looks 'promising'

Daniel Lalonde, CEO of SMCP Group, says the high-end retailer's business model and positioning as a contemporary Paris fashion brand resonate well in Asia, especially in China.

Galaxy's new Macau resorts are positive: Pro

John Bruce, director of Operation, Macau at Hill & Associates, discusses his experience at the opening of Galaxy Entertainment Group's two new casino resorts in Macau.

StanChart: Japan is our top pick in Asia   Wed, 27 May '15 | 9:12 PM ET
StanChart: Japan is our top pick in Asia

Steve Brice, chief investment strategist at Standard Chartered, says Japan is the only country in Asia that has "consistently outperformed in earnings" and a weak yen suggests that trend will continue.

Why this expert saw FIFA scandal coming   Wed, 27 May '15 | 8:45 PM ET
Why this expert saw FIFA scandal coming

James Dorsey, senior fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, discusses news of alleged corruption inside FIFA, soccer's global governing body.

Gorman: A euro zone break-up is unlikely   Wed, 27 May '15 | 8:36 PM ET
Gorman: A euro zone break-up is unlikely

James Gorman, chairman & CEO of Morgan Stanley, says it is "improbable" that euro zone members will want to take the European Union to test over a small economy like Greece.

Remembering the 'true great' of Morgan Stanley

James Gorman, chairman & CEO of Morgan Stanley, discusses the passing of former chairman S. Parker Gilbert. He later explains why China remains "incredibly exciting" despite a growth slowdown.

Morgan Stanley's Gorman weighs in on CEO pay package

James Gorman, chairman & CEO of Morgan Stanley, discusses comments made by Jamie Dimon about "lazy shareholders" and explains why he feels bankers should be paid according to their performances.

Are things improving in Japan? Not really: Pro

Patrick Chovanec, chief strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management, says there is a danger of competitive devaluation between Europe and Japan and adds that Japan needs to roll out more comprehensive reforms.

Key takeaways from Sony's Investor Relations Day

Bob O'Donnell, founder & chief analyst at Technalysis Research, says Sony continues on its tough restructuring plans and explains why the increasing focus on its component business is interesting.

Deadline looms for Patriot Act deal   Wed, 27 May '15 | 7:32 PM ET
Deadline looms for Patriot Act deal

Rachel Levinson-Waldman, senior counsel to NYU Law's Brennan Center for Justice, discusses how the Senate could vote this week on the USA Freedom Act.

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