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Craig Hodges, co-portfolio manager at Hodges Small Cap Funds, says blue-chips are trading at their lowest multiples and explains why small-cap stocks will never go out of favor.
Martin Lakos, division director at Macquarie, discusses comments from the IMF that a 100-basis-point hike in U.S. short-term interest rates could hit emerging markets.
According to the 2014 Global Findex report, the world's "unbanked" population saw the fastest drop in countries like China and Sub-Saharan Africa, says Leora Klapper, leader, Global Findex Task Team at the World Bank.
Jim Gosart, president of JMG Consulting, explains the impact of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) on American expatriates and businesses abroad.
David Joy, chief market strategist at Ameriprise Financial, says the Fed has been transparent so when it raises interest rates later this year, it won't be surprise for markets.
Richard Bove, senior analyst at Rafferty Capital, explains why major lenders in the U.S. will likely report better earnings than smaller players.
Penny Pritzker, U.S. Secretary of Commerce, says American companies are concerned about the issue of intellectual property, which China realizes it must "consistently enforce" rules on.
With the reporting season underway, investors may have realized that earnings won't be as bad as expected, says Jack Bouroudjian, chief investment officer at Index Financial Partners.
While advanced economies are seeing a recovery, a mixed picture remains in emerging markets, says Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti, deputy director, Research at the IMF.
Richard Martin, managing director of IMA Asia, says ordinary households with enormous savings are spurring the boom in China's stock markets.
To attain its dream of constructing "smart cities", India will need to solve ongoing issues in the nation's infrastructure development. CNBC's Oriel Morrison reports.
Lindsey Bell, senior analyst at S&P Capital IQ, expects the upcoming U.S. earnings season to see "anemic growth", especially in energy and materials sectors.
Mathew Hodge, resource analyst at Morningstar, says a price recovery in iron ore depends on when big miners like Vale realize the strategy of boosting production is a mistake.
John Buckingham, CIO of Al Frank Asset Management Capital, is worried about the impact of a stronger dollar on corporate profits, but says lower earnings expectations may not be all that bad.
Vasu Menon, vice president, Wealth Management Group, OCBC, says soft economic data from China this week will likely be interpreted as good news for equities.
Roger Harvey, director, Australia & New Zealand of Irdeto, outlines the financial impact of media piracy.
Palaniappan Chidambaram, former finance ministers of India, says India's government budget can accommodate the purchase of 36 Rafale fighter-bombers from France's Dassault Aviation.
Tony Fratto, managing director at Hamilton Place Strategies, says former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may benefit from an "enormous funding advantage" and less competition than in 2008.
Paul Christopher, head of International Strategy at Wells Fargo, prefers IT, industrial and consumer discretionary stocks, which represent the "core in a cyclical U.S. recovery."
A raft of data are due from China this week, including first-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) on Wednesday. CNBC's Pauline Chiou has more.
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