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Market Tips: Earnings May Offer Pleasant Surprises

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Monday, 12 Oct 2009 | 4:58 AM ET

Global stocks were mostly higher on Monday, as better-than-expected third-quarter earnings began to trickle in. Experts told CNBC US earnings may surprise on the upside although there are still concerns over revenues. They also said there is great long-term investment potential in the Chinese market as well as the commodities sector.

US Earnings May Surprise on the Upside

U.S earnings will likely surprise on the upside, says Mark Konyn, CEO of RCM Asia Pacific. But he continues to be concerned about top-line growth.

US Financials Set to Post Report Cards

U.S. banks are set to report earnings this week. David Shearwood, CEO at Atoms Funds Management speaks to CNBC about how the weak housing loan market will weigh on earnings.

Chinese Stocks Set to Gain

Expect to see further gains in the Chinese markets for the rest of the year, says Dariusz Kowalczyk, chief investment strategist at SJS Markets.

Investing in China

Monetary tightening is not an immediate threat in China, believes Mark Konyn, CEO of RCM Asia Pacific.

Bullish on Commodities Long-Term

David Shearwood, CEO at Atoms Funds Management tells CNBC why he is bullish on commodity prices in the long term.

Commodity Picks

Atlas Iron and Troy Resources are some of the stock picks for Matt Martin, institutional trader at Wilson HTM. He shares his investment strategy in the commodities space.

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