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Tim Farrar, Analyst at TMF Associates says that Softbank has built up a reputation of doing well in challenging situations and it possibly will do well once its capital into Sprint gets to work.
Neil Dwane, Chief Investment Officer for Europe of Allianz Global Investors says the European consumer is very under-leveraged and that there are strong companies to buy into.
Leland Miller, President, CBB International warns of disparities in government data and on the ground reality when it comes to recent concerns over China's credit system.
Bill Smead, CEO & CIO of Smead Capital Management says investors are as resilient as the Black Knight from Monty Python's Holy Grail - the knight who refused to stop fighting no matter how badly injured he was.
China's equity markets are not having a good year: first there were worries about weak data and now a credit squeeze that is making investors steer clear of Chinese stocks.
Jay Bavisi, president and CEO of EC Council says "snooping around" is not new, but the expanding arena of cybercrime is redefining modern warfare.
Pradeep Taneja, Fellow at University of Melbourne expects China's new President Xi Jinping to maintain cooperation with Taiwan rather than taking a confrontational approach.
Kumar Palghat, Founder & Director of Kapstream, says the 10-year Treasury could easily yield 3.5% by the end of the year if the Fed does not manage the rate rise.
Fears about the Fed unwinding its monetary stimulus have sent global markets into a tail spin this week and some analysts argue the sell-off is in fact justified.
Kelvin Tay, Regional CIO, Southern APAC at UBS Wealth Management says markets are concerned with the speed of the rise in U.S. treasury yields.
Claudio Piron, Head of Emerging Asia Foreign Exchange and Fixed Income Strategy at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research deconstructs what is weighing on EM currencies and backs the Fed saying their policy decision is based on economic data and resilient growth.
Around 500 fans stormed into a stadium in Shanghai to get a glimpse of the football star, climbing over vehicles and barbed wire fences to enter the heavily guarded fields. At least 5 people were injured in the stampede.
Don Griffith, President of North American Weather Consultants discusses if cloud seeding can tackle air pollution by creating precipitation and rainfalls.
Markets sold off sharply in Asia on Thursday, after the U.S. Fed suggested it could start to unwind its monetary stimulus program later this year.
Analysts say there's no reason to fret about the back-up in bond yields since the move is likely to be accompanied by the U.S. economy finally getting back on its feet.
Sailesh Jha, Chief Strategist at Arcus Capital Singapore says the Fed isn't going to scale back on its bond buying program this year. He talks about the feedback loop that has taken place in the markets, but expects the pullback to be temporary.
Alain Bokobza, Head of Global Asset Allocation at Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking thinks monetary policy is finally normalizing. He advises investors to leverage on the short leg of the U.S. dollar.
Richard Jerram, Chief Economist at Bank of Singapore says that US markets, despite the volatility, remain strong and the panic is slightly unwarranted.
Kirk West, Executive Director, International Investments at Principal Global Investors highlights the buying opportunities he sees in the current market environment.
Stocks and bonds have been hit hard in the past month by fears about when U.S. monetary stimulus will end and remain at risk of further heavy pummeling even if the Fed sheds light this week on its policies, analysts say.