Helen Qiao, chief Greater China economist at Morgan Stanley, says the launch of the "Qualified Domestic Individual Investor program" is part of China's commitment to make the yuan more convertible.» Read More
John Derrick, director of Research at U.S. Global Investors, says latest news out of the meeting in Brussels should be a positive development for stock markets, as well as the euro.
Mike Kane, CEO of Boral, says significant cost cuts for the past 2 years and improving housing sectors in key markets like Australia and the U.S. helped the firm to return to profitability.
Miyuki Suzuki, CEO of Jetstar Japan, says an exponential increase in demand from Hong Kong prompted the budget carrier to launch the service and passengers can expect air fares to be 50 percent cheaper than full service airlines.
Mark Konyn, CEO of Cathay Conning Asset Management, describes the ongoing debt negotiations as a "dangerous game of chicken" and says Europe is not prepared for the impact of a Greek exit.
Don Meij, CEO of Domino's Pizza, says the addition of 1,000 stores over the next 5 years will propel future profit growth and outlines why the firm will be the number one pizza chain by sales in Japan this year.
Charles Zhang, chairman & CEO of Sohu, attributes the stock's decline to forecasts of softer revenue for the first quarter due to rising video content costs, which will be a one-time cost.
Sue Trinh, senior currency strategist at RBC Capital Markets and Charles Blankley, CIO at Gemmer Asset Management, discuss the ongoing Greek debt negotiations and how it could move the euro.
Bradley Gastwirth, chief executive officer at ABR Investment Strategy, says iPhone sales and Apple Pay will be significant for Apple's profits in the long run and discusses the firm's partnership with First Solar.
Big oil firms are taking the opportunity to cut costs and future rehiring will depend on the stability of oil prices, says Kevin Gibson, managing director for APAC at EarthStream.
Adam Fleck, director of Consumer Equity Research at Morningstar, discusses Coca-Cola's better-than-expected fourth quarter results, especially in North America, and describes the long term opportunities in international markets.
With their demands unable to be met, Greece will eventually leave the euro zone, but it won't spark a domino effect, says Jack Ablin, executive VP & chief investment officer at BMO Private Bank.
Matthew Phan, analyst, Asia-Pacific Banks at CreditSights, says DBS's net interest revenue and fee income grew in the fourth quarter, but warns of volatility in areas like trading income.
Chi Lo, senior economist, Greater China at BNP Paribas Investment Partners, says the deflationary drag keeps the Chinese central bank on an easing bias, which will benefit asset prices.
Guy Stear, global head of Credit Strategy at Societe Generale, attributes the tough rhetoric from Greece to posturing before a confidence vote on Tuesday night.
Paul Xiradis, CEO & head of Equities at Ausbil Dexia, says the search for yield have been driving Australia's stock market and explains why he prefers banking stocks.
Jonathan Cavenagh, senior FX strategist at Westpac, says the Aussie dollar could hit 75 U.S. cents by end-March due to low commodity prices and expectations for another interest rate cut.
Kevin Anderson, head of Investments, Asia-Pacific, at State Street Global Advisors, describes possible outcomes of the Greek debt negotiations, considering the hardline stance of Greece's leftwing leader.
William McNabb, CEO of Vanguard, describes the challenges the fund house faces with record net inflows last year.
William McNabb, CEO of Vanguard, discusses the investment strategy of Jack Bogle, Vanguard's founder, and explains why investors should invest in low-cost active fund.
Margaret Patel, senior portfolio manager with Wells Capital Management, attributes Wall Street's losses to "misplaced worries" on near term issues like Greece and a possible U.S. rate hike.
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