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Dariusz Kowalczyk, senior economist at Credit Agricole, says comments from Greece saying it's closer to a deal are "premature" and markets should brace for "more tension, more risks and more volatility.
Christian Schulz, senior economist at Berenberg Bank, explains why this week's meeting of finance ministers from the world's largest developed economies will be a non-event for markets.
Amir Anvarzadeh, director of Japan Equity Sales at BGC Securities, says price discounts could help to maintain the PlayStation 4's sales momentum.
Mark Makepeace, chief executive of FTSE Group, discusses the FTSE Russell's move to launch two transitional indexes that will include China's A-shares.
Jeremy O'Friel, managing director at Belmont Investments, says private equity provides a more liquid alternative for investors and explains why Chinese stocks are not displaying a "mature behavior."
While the Chinese yuan could be included in the IMF's Special Drawing Rights basket by end-2015, Beijing still has "a lot more homework to do," says Frederic Neumann, chief economist, Asia at HSBC.
Andrew Stewart, CEO of Xanadu Mines, discusses its flagship Kharmagtai copper-gold project in Mongolia.
Sanjay Guglani, CEO of Silverdale Capital and Praveen Jagwani, CEO of UTI International, debate Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's progress on economic reforms.
Amid weak domestic demand, the general outlook for Singapore's economy is not positive, says Roger Tan, CEO of Voyage Research.
Sailesh Jha, chief Asia economist, PBWM at Credit Suisse, says India's financial markets have been "overly euphoric" ever since Prime Minister Modi took office.
The key risk for Chinese stocks is when the government decides to pull the plug on policy support, says Eric Robertsen, head of Global Macro Strategy at Standard Chartered.
Until a clearer picture emerges in the case of Greece, the euro will likely continue to stumble, says David Greene, head of Dealing at AFEX Australia.
For oil markets right now, a return of Iranian supply is a bigger worry than geopolitical risks, says Victor Shum, VP at IHS Energy Insight.
Japan is seeing the initial stages of corporate reform, alongside the discussion of Prime Minister Abe's "third arrow", says Eric Robertsen, head of Global Macro Strategy at Standard Chartered.
Eric Robertsen, head of Global Macro Strategy at Standard Chartered, believes that the U.S. economy will bounce back later this year and explains what that means for the timeline regarding rate hikes.
Prinn Panitchpakdi, Thailand Country Head at CLSA, says Thai markets offer opportunities for long-term investors based on historical price-to-earnings and price-to-book valuations.
Sim Moh Siong, FX strategist at Bank of Singapore, expects the Fed to raise rates in September, which will help the U.S. dollar to resume its strength after a brief consolidation in this quarter.
Rob Subbaraman, chief economist, Asia ex-Japan at Nomura, says the Bank of Thailand is "overburdened" and more measures to help the economy must come from the fiscal policy and reforms.
Amanda Pelman, chair of Australia's Eurovision Jury, discusses whether Australia's Guy Sebastian could win the annual competition. She adds that the Eurovision Song Contest is seeing more diverse and professional talents.
Clive McDonnell, head of Equity Strategy at Standard Chartered, expects further easing in China to take Hong Kong markets higher and explains the odds of a correction in the Shanghai Composite.
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