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Sam Dobson, director and senior Analyst at Macquarie, discusses the better-than-expected first-half results from Qantas and explains how markets are interpreting news of no dividend payments.
Bill Stone, chief investment strategist at PNC Asset Management Group, explains why markets won't see a return of 2000's dot-com bubble burst as the tech-heavy Nasdaq nears levels not seen in 15 years.
For the second half of FY 2015, Air New Zealand could enjoy an $80 million benefit from lower fuel prices and the addition of new capacity, says CEO Christopher Luxon.
With rising supply and a lack of recovery in demand, oil prices will still see downside pressure over the coming months, says Francisco Blaunch, head of Global Commodities Research at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at Sterne Agee, says the Fed still wants to see more improvements in the U.S. economy, which could extend the rate hike timeline to 2016.
Jeremy Hill, managing director at Old Blackheath Companies, explains why Fed Chair Janet Yellen's testimony doesn't write off the possibilities of a rate hike in June.
Shane Oliver, head of Investment Strategy & chief economist at AMP Capital Investors, says concerns over Greece's bailout won't spark a repeat of the 2010-2012 euro zone crisis.
Greece's left-wing Syriza party is looking for a "face-saving way" after backtracking from its election promises, says Bill Adams, senior international economist at the PNC Financial Services Group.
Sean Fenton, director & portfolio manager at Tribeca Investment Partners, discusses the outlook for the global miner following the announcement of half-year profit results.
Kingsley Jones, founder and CIO of Jevons Global, explains why it is unrealistic to expect Greece to repay its huge debt.
Andrew Abrahamian, head of FX Strategy at Compass Global Markets, says news of a bailout extension is lending support to the euro and outlines his expectations for Greece's reform list due Monday.
Ben Lichtenstein, president at Tradersaudio.com, explains his bullish outlook for the U.S. stock markets.
Jacob Kirkegaard, research fellow at Peterson Institute for International Economics, attributes the left-wing party's tough rhetoric to "irrational exuberance" after an election win and the party being politically inexperienced.
Asian markets enjoyed a higher open on Wednesday, with Tokyo shares at a fresh 8-year high, following a positive lead from Wall Street overnight.
With Beijing nervous about growth, expect more rate cuts over the next 6 months, which will boost stock markets, says Chris Konstantinos, director of International Portfolio Management at Riverfront Investment Group.
As the Year of the Sheep beckons, CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar summarizes the performance of the Chinese stock market in the previous zodiac years.
The Bank of Japan will announce additional easing measures but the timing remains uncertain, says Daisuke Nomoto, senior portfolio manager at Columbia Management Investment Advisers.
Jim Awad, managing director of Plimsoll Mark Capital, attributes the overnight rally on Wall Street to optimism that Greece and its international creditors will reach a deal this week.
Asian equities were mixed on Tuesday as a break down in negotiations over Greece, along with a mixed bag of earnings, depressed trading sentiment.
While Japan Inc looks attractive, the country's economy remains a problem that needs to be solved by Prime Minister Abe, says Richard Martin, managing director at IMA Asia.
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