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After bottoming out last week, Australian oil-related equities now present buying opportunities, says Barry Dawes, Head of Resources at Paradigm Securities.
Didier Michaud-Daniel, CEO at Bureau Veritas, outlines the firm's expectations for the French government. He also discusses the current business environment in Europe.
Gerald Lawless, President & Group CEO at Jumeirah Group, says falling oil prices and geopolitical unrest will not affect peace and security in the Middle East.
Ole Hansen, Head of Commodity Strategy at Saxo Bank, outlines the factors that could limit declines in oil prices in the near term.
While recent data point to a subdued economy in China, policymakers remain reluctant to roll out large-scale stimulus, says Louis Kuijs, Chief Economist, Greater China at RBS.
Patrick Chovanec, Chief Strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management, explains why U.S. stocks have overreacted to concerns over global growth and the end of the Fed's QE.
Daniel Martin, Asia Economist at Capital Economics, discusses the country's third quarter growth report which missed market estimates on Tuesday.
Robert Rennie, Global Head of FX Strategy at Westpac, expects further weakness in the greenback on the back of falling U.S. yields.
China hopes that the $400 billion deal can cement its status as a stable energy supplier, says Hans Hendrischke, Professor of Chinese Business and Management at University of Sydney Business School.
Ahead of Singapore's third quarter growth report due for release on Tuesday, Edward Lee, Regional Head of Research, Southeast Asia at Standard Chartered, outlines his expectations.
With sentiment likely to stay bearish in the near term, the S&P 500 index could fall below the technical support level of 1,905, says Jonathan Pain, Author of the The Pain Report.
David Zweig, Director of Center on China's Transnational Relations at HK University of Science & Technology, discusses the next step for Hong Kong's protesters and government.
Speaking to CNBC at the Columbia Business School's 2014 Pan-Asian reunion in Singapore, Joseph Stiglitz, 2001 Nobel Laureate in Economics, discusses the outlook for the U.S. economy.
Joseph Stiglitz, 2001 Nobel Laureate in Economics and Professor at Columbia University, says the failure of austerity measures will lead the euro zone into a "relatively minor recession."
Government debates over the effectiveness of a weak yen are hurting Japanese stocks, says Jesper Koll, MD & Head of Japanese Equity Research at JPMorgan Securities Japan.
Keith Fitz-Gerald, Chief Investment Strategist at Money Map Press, says the upcoming earnings season will likely beat expectations and provide support for the market.
Jon Sutton, Acting CEO at Bank of Queensland, is confident that the lender's net interest margin will continue to improve despite subdued business and consumer confidence in Australia.
David Lennox, Resources Analyst at Fat Prophets, expects members of the OPEC cartel to announce a cut in production if oil prices continue to fall.
While the unemployment rate rose in September, other surveys indicate that businesses are looking to hire in the near term, says Bill Evans, Global Head of Economics at Westpac Bank.
Mark Keenan, Head of Commodities Research, Asia at Societe Generale, says movements in gold will depend on the U.S. dollar and India's 'Festival of Lights' in the short run.
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