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Aaron Boesky, CEO of Marco Polo Pure Asset Management, says Chinese stocks remain down 30 percent over the last 5 years and explains why investors should pay attention to consumption and services plays.
Audrey Goh, senior investment strategist at Standard Chartered, outlines the reasons why she prefers H-shares and says that the Shanghai Composite may see a pullback in the short term.
William Ma, deputy chief investment officer at Gottex, says mainland stocks remain on an uptrend in the medium to long term. He also explains why its time to favor old economy stocks.
Uwe Parpart, managing director and head of Research at Reorient Financial Markets, says China's blistering rally is partly the result of official efforts to talk up the market, with the hopes that rising equity prices can induce a wealth effect.
Steep declines for the past two days indicate that Chinese stocks are returning to "more appropriate valuations", says Bruno Del Ama, CEO of Global X Funds.
Vasu Menon, vice president of Wealth Management OCBC Singapore, says valuations in the mainland stock market look stretched after rallying on the back of easing hopes.
Tom Elliott, international investment strategist at DeVere, says Japan and India are key markets to watch.
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.
Erwin Sanft, Head of China Strategy at Macquarie, says disappointment on credit easing and economic reforms are two factors that can stop China's stock market rally.
Amid the rally sparked partly by the launch of Chinese stimulus, some markets in Asia are on their way into bubble territory, says Khiem Do, head of Asian Multi-Asset at Baring Asset Management.
Mark Mobius, executive chairman at Templeton Emerging Markets Group, tips China as Asia's top market. Despite recent volatility, he believes mainland stocks remain in a bull market.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on China's central bank cutting the required reserve ratio for banks by one percentage points.
Paul Gambles, co-founder of MBMG Group, says markets may be wondering why Beijing is "overreacting" with a 100-basis-point cut in the reserve requirement ratio.
China's economy is in transition, says Kevin Rudd, Asia Society Institute president, sharing perspective on China's economic outlook and discussing the country's new growth model.
Tim Seymour, CIO of Triogem Asset Management, weighs the opportunities in the mainland and Hong Kong stock markets.
Despite looking "a bit frothy", Chinese stocks are the most attractive among emerging markets says Kevin Gardiner, global investment strategist at Rothschild Wealth Management.
China has set its growth target at 7 percent for 2015. Charlie Awdry, Chinese investment manager at Henderson Global Investors, says it wasn't a surprise that the growth target was reduced.
Regardless of the results of the Shanghai-HK stock connect, a similar link-up in Shenzehn will materialize if it matches China's aim to integrate its capital markets, says Helen Zhu, head of China Equities at BlackRock.
Andrew Sullivan, MD of Sales Trading at Haitong International Securities, discusses the surprise growth in Wednesday's HSBC flash PMI and news that the mainland is expanding an income-tax break.
Dickie Wong, executive director at Kingston Securities, says Chinese shares may be losing steam in the Year of the Sheep, with better-than-expected data failing to spur markets on Wednesday.