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BEIJING/ SHANGHAI, March 12- The China Securities Regulatory Commission is ready to launch a long-awaited pilot programme allowing listed companies to issue preferred shares, three sources with direct knowledge of the policy told Reuters, and could officially announce the new policy as soon as this weekend.
CNBC's Jim Cramer calls attention to a group of stocks that are becoming increasingly popular on Wall Street.
Roger Hirst, director of European equity research at S&P Capital IQ, explains that his European "top 10 power" stocks tend to have exposure to Asian emerging markets, despite expected slower growth in Asia.
Jonathan Compton, managing director at Bedlam Asset Management, explains what makes Charter Industries, Rexam and Konami very attractive.
David Roes, Chief Executive Officer at Asean Investment Management says significant cash allocations to Vietnam aren't about to slow down anytime soon. He also shares his top stock picks with CNBC.
James Sullivan, Head of ASEAN / Singapore Research at JP Morgan tells us why Singapore's cap on immigration will effectively hobble the nation's economy.
David Einhorn reiterated his arguments that a judge should block a shareholder vote on Apple's proposal to eliminate its ability to issue preferred shares without investor approval.
Dodge Dorland, Chairman & Chief Investment Officer, Landor & Fuest Capital Managers says activist investor David Einhorn has a good point and that Apple is going against its longer term goal to distribute cash back to its shareholders.
Andrew Tonner, Technology and Media Financial Editor at The Motley Fool tells you why Apple is the most misunderstood stock.
Preferred stocks are a special class of investments that have several unique features. Those features often make them confusing to investors. So what exactly are preferred stocks? CNBC explains.
Should investors choose preferred stock over common shares? Jeffrey Saut, Raymond James shares his perspective on convertible preferred funds.