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Neil Irwin, economics columnist at the Washington Post, says the Jackson Hole meeting should not be as news-worthy as it was in the past due to long absentee week.
Jonathan Selwyn, managing director at Lark Energy, discusses the solar industry in the U.K., its future and highlights the "nice, stable" policy framework.
Jerry Webman, chief economist at Oppenheimer Funds, says the market is confused about what it wants the Fed to do following the release of the "cautionary" minutes.
Timothy Lam, vice president for utilities and alternative energy at Citi, says the very strong solar panel demand coming from Asia should continue in the second half and selects his top picks.
Simon Powell, head of oil and gas research, Asia at CLSA, talks about Chinese oil and gas companies, PetroChina and Sinopec, following quarterly earnings.
As the Bo Xilai trial opens in China, CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports that he seems to have gone "off script" by denying the charges against him.
Jonathan Fenby, co-founder and managing director of the China team at Trusted Sources, discusses the Bo Xilai trial and says he is likely to be served with a suspended death penalty.
Richard Jerram, chief economist at the Bank of Singapore, comments on the "encouraging" PMI numbers out of the euro zone and China.
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Eric Bunge, partner at nArchitects, explains why demand for micro-housing is booming across major U.S. cities.
Joe Feldman, senior research analyst at Telsey Advisory Group, expects Lowes to positively surprise and Target to disappoint to reflect trends highlighted by competitors' results.
CNBC's Yousef Gamal El-Din reports from Cairo on the attacks in Syria for which neither the death toll or perpetrator have been independently verified and on Europe's aid to Egypt.
Will Guyatt, games correspondent at IGN.com, talks about the growing console battle between Sony and Microsoft and says Microsoft appears to be lagging behind its Asian counterpart.
Chris Godding, head of global equities at Signal Wealth Management, discusses the upcoming FOMC minutes and says the U.S. macro data is "very supportive" of a move towards tapering.
Pierre Lefevre, CEO of Induct, discusses the launch of the first green and driverless shuttle in Singapore and the different markets for driverless.
Philippe Waechter, head of economic research at Natixis Asset Management, talks about the upcoming pension reform in France, the shape it could take and why it is needed.
Jorgen Buhl Rasmussen, president and CEO of Carlsberg, comments on the group's strategy for the second half after results revealed weakness in Russia and western Europe.
Michael Werner, senior equity analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein, expects Chinese banks' earnings to surprise to the upside, but says that the sector is going through a slowdown.
Burt Flickinger, managing director at Strategic Resource Group, discusses JC Penney ahead of quarterly results and expects the earnings to be "some of the worst in the business".
Steve Everley, team lead at Energy in Depth and Emily Wurth, water program director at Food & Water Watch, debates the benefits and risks of fracking in the U.S.