Market Tips: Australia is the First to Bottom
Global stocks were higher Thursday and leaders from around the world met in London for the G20 summit, aiming to tackle the financial crisis and economic slowdown. On this positive note, experts tell CNBC various Asian markets are beginning to look attractive.
Australian Market Has Bottomed
Paul Xiradis, CEO of Ausbil Dexia and Ben Griffiths, director of Eley Griffiths Group believe that the Australian market has already hit a bottom. In light of this, they reveal how best to invest.
Upbeat on the Taiwan Market
The Taiwan market looks attractive to Andrew Pease, investment strategist at Russell Investment Group. He explains why he does not like the South Korean market.
Stick to Diversified Miners
Stay with diversified miners, like BHP Billiton, advises Ron Cameron, senior analyst at Ord Minnett. He warns CNBC that it will be a tough year ahead for commodities.
A Golden Bear
Matt Zeman, trader, La Salle Futures Group tells CNBC why he is bearish on gold.
Resources Could Stabilize By Year-End
Business in Abu Dhabi is strong, says Wal King, CEO of Leighton Holdings. He also tells CNBC the resource market is approaching stability some time this year.
Bear Market Rally Won't Continue
The bear market rally will not likely continue, says Jack Bouroudjian, chairman at Capital Markets Technology.
Recovery in Chips Likely Due in 2010
The "real" recovery rate for Asian chip stocks will be in 2010, says Bhavin Shah, managing director and head of global technology research at JPMorgan Securities.