Jonathan Barratt, CIO at Ayers Alliance Securities, explains why markets may be "a little bit wrong" about the risks from Yemen on oil prices.» Read More
Referring to the war on terror which took place in Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, former President of Afghanistan, says the use of force will not resolve the situation in Yemen.
Michael Gayed, chief investment strategist at Pension Partners, says the U.S. dollar's surge may have "massive implications" on global equities.
Suneet Tuli, President & CEO at Datawind, a tech firm that focuses on providing cost effective web access, explains the company's business strategy.
Anastasios Economou, Founder of investment holding firm Igroup, explains how he's hedging for the possibility of Greece leaving the euro zone and returning to its own currency.
Azlin Ahmad, Editor, Crude Oil at Argus Media, says unless violence in Yemen escalates, prices will likely come back down again as per market fundamentals.
John Goglia, Former NTSB Member and Writer at Aviation International News, recommends that a flight attendent stay in the cockpit when a co-pilot takes a break.
Erik Davidson, CIO at Wells Fargo, says investors should balance their exposure to U.S. equities amid a backdrop of volatile oil prices and a looming stock market correction.
Atul Lele, CIO of Deltec International Group, says emerging markets excluding India are headed for more pain this year.
Scott McGregor, CEO of Camco Clean Energy, describes why storage solutions for renewable energy is crucial in emerging markets.
Chris Narayanan, Director & Head of Agricultural Commodities Research at Societe Generale, expects a lower cost of production for sugar in Brazil, which should increase supply and push down prices.
Adam Thurgood, Managing Director and Partner at High Tower, recommends buying "quality" companies and explains why he isn't concerned about market volatility.
Sachin Shah, Merger Arbitrage Strategist at Albert Fried and Company, discusses news of the merger between the two companies.
Asian equity markets struggled for direction on Wednesday following an uninspiring lead from Wall Street overnight.
David Ellis, head of Australian Banking Research at Morningstar, says the Reserve Bank of Australia will likely give a "positive endorsement" of the financial system in its semi-annual financial stability review.
After hitting the bottom last August, Japan's economy is en route to recovery from the tax-induced economic slump, says Hideo Hayakawa, former executive director of the Bank of Japan.
Nev Power, CEO of Fortescue Metals, remains optimistic that China can achieve its growth target of 7 percent for the year.
Erik Ristuben, chief investment strategist at Russell Investments, says the Fed is "intentionally muddying" rate hike expectations to prevent the occurrence of disproportionate risks.
With the black box recovered, more information regarding the crash of Germanwings flight 4U9525 may be known in 48-72 hours, says Jim Hall, former NTSB chairman and partner at Hall & Associates.
Ray Attrill, co-head of FX Strategy at National Australia Bank, says the pain trade of a weaker U.S. dollar is unfolding as markets catch up to downbeat U.S. data.
Tim Groser, Minister of Trade, New Zealand, discusses the free trade deal the country sealed with South Korea on Monday.
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