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Guy LeBas, chief fixed income strategist at Janney Montgomery Scott, expects the risk premium on European peripheral sovereign bonds to decline on average but highlights Portugal's "long-standing" structural issues.
Ian Simm, group chief executive at Impax, talks about the environmental impact of fracking and how energy investors are more likely to make returns if they divest of fossil-focused stocks.
Richard Staite, U.S. banks analyst at Atlantic Equities, discusses JPMorgan and Wells Fargo ahead of quarterly results and explains why he prefers JPMorgan.
PK Basu, head of Asia research and economics at Maybank Kim Eng, advises staying away from Indian assets due to the currency's sharp depreciation and the expected difficulty in reaching fiscal targets.
Kevin Gardiner, CIO for Europe at Barclays, explains why he does not expect the rise in oil prices to trigger a stock market correction.
Neil Irwin, economics columnist at The Washington Post, describes the FOMC minutes as "all over the place" but says the message about the timing of tapering was pretty clear.
Peter Saleh, director and senior research analyst at Telsey Advisory Group, comments on YUM earnings and explains why - despite Chinese negative same-store sales - it remains his top restaurant pick.
Annalisa Piazza, senior economist at Newedge, talks about Thursday's Italian debt auction and says the S&P downgrade had little impact as the market had priced in a "bumpy road ahead" for Italy.
Chris McNickle, global head of institutional business at Fidelity Worldwide Investment, discusses Fed tapering and says U.S. equities remain a "better place to invest in" than most.
Rolf Buch, CEO of Deutsche Annington, talks about the company's successful float, as well as its strategy and investment program going forward.
Aaron Brickman, founding deputy executive director of SelectUSA, explains why the U.S. has knocked China from the top spot in foreign direct-investment sentiment.
Max Falckenberg, partner at Roland Berger, discusses a survey on German companies and how, despite still seeing some risks, they are looking to increase their competitiveness against Europe and Asia.
Izumi Devalier, Japan economist at HSBC, highlights that slowdowns in both the U.S. and China pose some downside risks to the sustainability of the Japanese recovery.
Euben Paracuelles, executive director and Southeast Asia economist at Nomura, comments on the Bank of Indonesia's rate hike and says it's trying to contain inflation.
Greg Ip, U.S. economics editor at The Economist, discusses the upcoming FOMC minutes and outlines what items he'd like to see clarified concerning tapering.
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Rick Quinn, partner at FDAimports.com and Patty Lovera, assistant director at Food & Water Watch, argue over whether Smithfield takeover by the Chinese private company Shuanghui presents risks for the U.S.
Maya Bhandari, director, global macro strategy at Citi, explains why she expects the Bank of Brazil to hike rates on Wednesday and inflation to come down before the end of the year.
Rahul Bajoria, regional economist at Barclays, discusses the Bank of Thailand's decision to keep interest rates steady at 2.5%, but explains that a change next year is very likely.
John Stopford, co-head of global multi asset at Investec Asset Management, discusses the recent ECB statement and what it can do following S&P's downgrade of Italy.