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P S Suryanarayana, Current Affairs Editor at Institute of South Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore, says Sri Lanka's new president is facing a delicate relationship with Beijing.
Ashley Krongold, CEO of Krongold Group, describes the impact of foreign money on luxury property.
Norman Chan, Investment Director at NAB Private Wealth Advisory, says Yemen's influence on oil markets is likely to be limited in the medium to long term.
Dorian Beresford, CEO of Strawberry Star, discusses the demand from foreign investors for property in London.
Founders of BitGold, Roy Sebag and Josh Crumb, explain how the Toronto-based gold and bitcoin internet startup facilitates "a new way to use gold."
David Marshall, senior analyst, Asia-Pacific Financials at Creditsights, expects China's non-performing loans to rise, but it wouldn't be "that problematic."
Emily Lee, executive director of Lanka Graphite, discusses the state of Sri Lanka's business environment following a change in power early this year.
While supply is dropping in the U.S., oil prices have not seen a meaningful rebound as markets remain focused on the inventory buildup, says Greg Smith, group CEO of Global Commodities.
Louis Kuijs, chief economist, Greater China, RBS, says the softer-than-expected preliminary reading of China's factory activity shows that the government needs to ease policy more.
Michael Pettis, finance professor at Peking University, says it will be difficult for Beijing to implement reforms without "centralizing power tremendously."
Jonathan Cavenagh, senior FX strategist at Westpac, discusses the timeline of the Federal Reserve's interest rate hike amid slowing economic data in the U.S.
Michael Schuman, TIME Magazine's business correspondent for Asia, outlines the merits of Lee Kuan Yew's economic policies and discusses the country's political future.
Juerg Kiener, MD & CIO at Swiss Asia Capital, says the impact of plunging oil prices will likely prompt a supply cutback in the second half of the year, but warns of risks from the U.S. dollar in the near term.
Ajay Sunder, senior director at Frost and Sullivan, says sales of the PlayStation 4 in China may get a boost from the console's global success, but warns of risks from the limited game selection.
Luca Silipo, chief economist for Asia Pacific at Natixis, says Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe's "soft approach" has thus far yielded little results on wage increases.
While Shanghai shares responded well to China's monetary easing, markets in Hong Kong did not see the same reaction, says Aadil Ebrahim, VP & portfolio manager at AllianceBernstein.
Craif Richardson, CEO of Wynyard, says the use of social media by terrorist networks poses as huge problems for global security agencies.
Robert Heller, former Federal Reserve governor, says the prediction of the federal fund rates indicates a weaker stance on tightening and the Fed may take a longer time to normalize its monetary policy.
Carol Wu, head of research at DBS Vickers, expects "moderate downward pressure" on housing prices as Chinese developers focus on selling their unsold inventory, but loosening monetary policy will provide support.
Masaki Kakizaki, assistant professor at Temple University, Japan Campus, says incumbent prime minister Netanyahu is in a "strong, advantageous position" to form Israel's new government.
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