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
Jonathan Pain, Author of The Pain Report, outlines his confidence in the U.S. economy and discusses whether the first confirmed case of Ebola in the country could derail recovery.
Izumi Devalier, Japan Economist at HSBC, says recent weakness in the Japanese currency helped business sentiment in the July-September period.
Peter Hotez, Founding Dean, National School of Tropical Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine, says the U.S. won't see an Ebola outbreak as the virus is not easily transmitted between people.
Stan Humphries, Chief Economist at Zillow, explains why markets don't have to be worried about the below-view rise in July's S&P/Case-Shiller home price index.
John Rutledge, Chief Investment Strategist at SAFANAD, expects the U.S. economy to add 200,000 to 225,000 jobs for September, reflecting a "boring" pace of growth.
Demonstrations in Hong Kong appear set to continue on early Tuesday. CNBC's Pauline Chiou heads down to the protest site and reports her observations.
Amit Midha, President of Asia Pacific and Japan at Dell, says the firm is seeing strong performances in Asia's emerging markets and outlines the growth opportunities in China.
Rahul Chadha, Co-Chief Investment Officer at Mirae Asset Global Investments, expects the Reserve Bank of India to hold interest rates unchanged as it keeps an eye on currency stability.
Independent Economist Andy Xie says Hong Kong's significance as an offshore financial centre to China is waning.
Heather Xie, CFO of Global Logistic Properties, says the firm is focused on its businesses in China, Japan and Brazil, but it will keep an eye on events in Hong Kong.
To liken ongoing protests to 1989's Tiananmen Incident is an exaggeration, says Ronald Arculli, Former Convenor of Hong Kong's Executive Council. He later discusses the outlook for Hong Kong.
David Akers-Jones, President at the Business and Professionals Federation of Hong Kong, says changes to Beijing's ruling on election reforms in Hong Kong is unlikely.
Christopher Hammerbeck, Executive Director at the British Chamber of Commerce in HK, compares the city's business environment before and after the return to Chinese rule.
Martin Schulz, MD, International Equities at PNC Capital Advisors, says Japanese firms possess compelling valuations and earnings growth potential.
James Lowell, CIO of Adviser Investments, says the U.S. economy is on track for a "moderately faster pace of growth" over the next 12 to 18 months.
Keith Pogson, Senior Partner, Financial Services at EY, explains why the temporary closure of bank branches and ATMs of 17 banks in Hong Kong won't impact the city's banking system.
Juerg Kiener, MD & CIO of Swiss Asia Capital, discusses the rise in demand for gold coins as of late and explains why that isn't translating into a rise in gold prices.
Andrew Freris, CEO of Ecognosis Advisory, says Hong Kong markets will ignore political instability eventually and return to fundamental drivers like the U.S. interest rates and China's economy.
Australia's national carrier Qantas is set to commence the world's longest commercial air route today. CEO Alan Joyce tells CNBC's Matthew Taylor the significance of the move.
Hong Kong Legislator Lee Cheuk-Yan, who has joined the demonstrations at Admiralty, tells CNBC that protesters have stayed out in force a day after police used tear gas and baton-charges against them.
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