Alan Leong, Hong Kong Legislator and Leader of Civic Party and Robert Chow, Spokesman of Alliance for Peace and Democracy, debate the legitimacy and effectiveness of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.» Read More
Jitters about Iraq have unsettled global stock markets but are unlikely to lead to the deeper correction anticipated for some time, analysts say.
Adrian Mowat, MD & Chief Asian and Emerging Market Equity Strategist at J.P. Morgan, explains why some Brazilians are angry at their government for spending over $11 billion to host the World Cup.
Michael Bushell, Group Managing Director, Sports Marketing and Management, outlines the benefits that host nations typically gain from global sporting events.
Lewis Ward, Research Manager at IDC, says Microsoft's announcement to make the Kinect optional, along with a reduction in retail price by $100, will give its Xbox One a boost.
Paul Gruenwald, Asia Pacific Chief Economist at Standard and Poor's Ratings Services, discusses the agency's growth estimates for China this year and highlights the benefits of slower growth for the country.
Atsushi Nakajima, Chairman, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry, describes how a decrease in corporate taxes will revitalize the mindset of domestic firms.
Mike Moran, Senior FX Strategist, Standard Chartered Bank, describes why the firm is picking Brazil, Spain, Germany and Argentina to be the final four teams in this World Cup.
Bob Doll, Chief Equity Strategist & Senior Portfolio Manager, Nuveen Asset Management, says U.S. stocks are taking a temporary breather.
Antonio Lucio, Chief Brand Officer at Visa, discusses the firm's decision to feature Nobel Laureates, instead of athletes, in their World Cup campaign.
Nariman Behravesh, Chief Economist at IHS, discusses the International Monetary Fund's warning of a pending housing crash and explains why the U.K. should be on the list of worrisome property markets.
While oil prices may not hit $140 a barrel, instability in Iraq will definitely set prices on an uptrend, says Nariman Behravesh, Chief Economist at IHS.
Simon Robertson, CFO at Auckland Airport, says the firm has a balanced currency exposure to combat the impact of a stronger Kiwi dollar.
John Kingston, Global Director of News, Platts, says the advancement of Sunni rebels into the city of Tikrit won't impact oil prices as pipelines in that area have been closed since March.
Despite Brazil's strengths, investors are concerned about hyperinflation and the government's intervention in businesses, says David Riedel, Founder & President at Riedel Research Group.
Martin Fink, CTO, HP, says 'The Machine' is an ambitious research effort by the firm that will "re-architect the building of computers for the first time in decades."
As Microsoft and Sony gear up for another face-off, one analyst says this may be the "final battle" in the console wars.
Corey Boles, U.S. Senior Analyst at Eurasia Group, describes the repercussions of U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's surprise defeat to a Tea Party challenger.
David Mahon, MD & CIO of Mahon China Investment Management, says the dairy market in the mainland still remains "unformed and loose."
Jim McCafferty, Head of Research at CIMB Securities, says increasing exports and a recovery in the U.S. economy will help China achieve between 7 and 8 percent growth this year.
Bei Fu, Senior Director of Corporate Ratings at Standard & Poor's, describes why property prices in China are set for a further decline this year.
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