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Jerome Champagne, former FIFA president candidate, likens the criticisms of FIFA president Sepp Blatter to a "form of bashing" that's probably motivated by people who are trying to block Friday's elections.
Despite recent market volatility, U.S. stocks remain in an uptrend, says Joe Bell, senior equity analyst at Schaeffer's Investment Research.
Riad Younes, co-founder of R Squared Capital Management, says improvements in corporate governance are driving Japan's equity market and discusses the effect of a weak yen.
Casinos in Macau have "no choice but to diversify their offerings" so as to attract tourists from Greater Asia, says Jonathan Galaviz, partner at Global Market Advisors.
Haruhiko Kuroda, Governor of the Bank of Japan, says factors such as a possible "significant wage increase" put the central bank on track to achieve 2 percent inflation.
Haruhiko Kuroda, Governor of the Bank of Japan, says the movements of the Japanese yen are in line with economic fundamentals.
Bert Dohmen, president and founder of Dohmen Capital Research Group, explains why markets need to keep an eye on the carry trade.
Bruno Del Ama, CEO of Global X Funds, says valuations in China's onshore markets look "over-extended" after a meteoric rise. He later explains why he likes Hong Kong's H-share and Southeast Asian markets.
David Blitzer, managing director and chairman of the S&P 500 Index Committee at S&P Dow Jones Indices, says home prices in the U.S. will likely stay on an uptrend through the rest of 2015.
Porter Bibb, media analyst & managing partner at Media Tech Capital Partners, explains why Charter Communications' plan to acquire Time Warner Cable will face less opposition from U.S. antitrust regulators.
Clare O'Connor, staff writer at Forbes, explains why German Chancellor Angela Merkel was named the world's most powerful woman yet again and discusses the candidate who is poised to overtake Merkel next year.
David Lennox, resources analyst at Fat Prophets, explains why the Australian government may be in favor of Chinese companies lifting their stakes in Fortescue Metals.
While Prime Minister Modi has been successful on the international stage, the Indian economy has yet to see a "significant revival," says Rajiv Biswas, Asia Pacific chief economist at IHS Global Insight.
Speaking to CNBC at the World Economic Forum in Jordan over the weekend, His Royal Highness Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed, discusses the influence of his father, Prince Talal bin Abdulaziz.
Vishnu Varathan, senior economist at Mizuho Bank, outlines his expectations for Singapore's first-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) and explains why the nation may continue to see credit constraints.
John Vail, chief market strategist at Nikko Asset Management, remains overweight U.S. equities because he expects a rebound in the U.S. economy.
Apart from being opaque, China's stock market is driven mainly by speculation of government policies, says Richard Martin, managing director at IMA Asia.
Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association (CES), discusses the show's inaugural Asian event in Shanghai, China.
Ray Attrill, co-head of FX strategy at National Australia Bank, expects the euro to fall to $1.02-1.03 against the U.S. dollar in the second half of 2015.
Jim Awad, managing director at Plimsoll Mark Capital, discusses the weaker finish and anemic trading volumes on Wall Street last week.
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