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Real estate still on client’s minds: CIO

Simon Smiles, chief investment officer for UHNW at UBS Wealth Management, says the asset class most discussed by clients over the past few years has continued to be real estate.

Expect further downside for China stocks: Trader

Quentin Baker, Fixed Income Derivatives Trader at Mako Financial Markets, says the technical charts show there is further downside for Chinese stocks.

How Lego is coping with currency volatility

John Goodwin, CFO at LEGO, outlines the impact of a weaker Danish Krone and the euro on its first-half results. He later discusses LEGO's new manufacturing facility in China.

Watch out: US nonfarm payrolls for August on tap

Sean Callow, senior currency strategist at Westpac Bank, explains how an upbeat nonfarm payroll number will impact the U.S. dollar and the Fed's timeline for an interest-rate hike.

Why China wants to build Indonesia's high-speed rail

Johnson Leung, head of regional transport at Jefferies Group, discusses the interest that China had shown in the building of a high-speed railway in Indonesia.

When will Fed hike rates? Maybe 2016: Pro

Steve Goldman, managing director at Kapstream Capital, says recent economic data show a "good, but not great recovery" in the U.S. and little signs of inflation.

Tracking the potential of China's e-commerce space

Frank Lavin, chairman & CEO of Export Now, discusses the potential of China's e-commerce space and explains how his company helps businesses to tap into this burgeoning industry.

Australia is growing, but stay cautious: HSBC

Paul Bloxham, chief economist, Australia & New Zealand at HSBC, says Australia's growth remains below-trend as the country attempts an economic rebalancing act.

The winning strategy of hedge funds

Donald Steinbrugge, managing partner at Agecroft Partners, says commodity trading advisors that focused on trends and equity-market-neutral hedge funds did extremely well in August.

What markets are really worried about China

Xavier Denis, global strategist at SG Securities, says the opaque nature of Beijing is unnerving investors more than poor economic data.

China: Main culprit of FX market turmoil?

Khoon Goh, senior FX strategist at ANZ, explains why China remains a main cause of concern for currencies.

Fed rate hike will hurt US auto sales: Expert

John Humphrey, senior vice president of Global Automotive Operations at J.D. Power and Associates, explains how U.S. auto sales may be affected if the Fed increases interest rates this year.

What September? Fed may raise rates in October: Pro

Hugh Johnson, chairman & chief investment officer at Hugh Johnson Advisors, says the Fed may delay a rate hike until October given the recent stock market turmoil and low inflation globally.

China investors are in exit mode: Expert

Ronald Wan, chief executive, investment banking at Partners Capital International, says Chinese investors are not willing to hold shares ahead of a long weekend.

Why Harvey Norman is moving into the dairy sector

Gerry Harvey, chairman of Harvey Norman, discusses the furniture and appliances retailer's decision to invest $34 million for a stake in Coomboona Holdings.

Harvey Norman: Australian economy 'feels pretty good'

Gerry Harvey, chairman of Harvey Norman, says its businesses have been doing "better than they've been for a long time" and explains why the recent market turmoil is beyond his comprehension.

Investors are right to be fearful of China: Pro

Joe Magyer, senior analyst at The Motley Fool, explains why he describes Beijing's recent policy support moves as "trying to fight off a hangover by taking more drinks."

Why Skykick is expanding its Asia cloud push

Todd Schwartz, co-founder & co-CEO of Skykick, discusses the company's move to penetrate the cloud services market in Asia, which is estimated to be worth $11.5 billion by 2018.

US stock investors, be patient: Expert

Jeffrey Knight, global head of investment solutions & asset allocation at Columbia Threadneedle Investments, expects more volatility in the U.S. stock markets.

Here's why the three-day rally in oil ended

Tim Evans, energy analyst for Futures Research at Citigroup, says data from the American Petroleum Institute (API) underscore a larger oversupply in the global crude oil market.

Growth in US auto sales was surprising: Analyst

Brian Sponheimer, auto & capital equipment analyst at Gabelli & Company, discusses the above-view auto sales last month, with U.S. consumers continuing to show their penchant for pickup trucks and SUVs.

US rout approaching a bottom: Economist

Jerry Webman, chief economist & senior investment officer at OppenheimerFunds, says it is unlikely for Wall Street to enter a bear market because the U.S. economy isn't falling into a recession.

Is Beijing losing control of its stock market?

David Riedel, president & founder at Riedel Research Group, says Beijing's recent double policy easing requires time to take effect, likely in fourth quarter.

Main Street's eye on Wall Street

CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on Main Street fears, including nervousness about consumer spending, 401k and IRA plans.

Recession risk in 2016: Pro

Two different views on market volatility and the Fed's decision moving forward, with Joe Lavorgna, Deutsche Bank, and John Lonski, Moody's.

Asia markets: Another 'grim' session?

CNBC's Kaori Enjoji reports minutes away from the first of the Asian Pacific markets opening as the Future's begin trading.

Wealthy blindsided by stock drop

CNBC's Robert Frank reports on how a stock drop affected wealthy investors.

Embrace the volatility: Pro

Stepanie Link, TIAA CREF, and Jim Lebenthal, Lebenthal Asset Management, discuss selloff strategies and how to play the current market volatility.

Crude volatility continues

Oil remains down about 10 percent, after hours. CNBC’s Jackie DeAngelis reports.

Cramer: What worries me most

With all the thing to worry about, CNBC’s Jim Cramer explains why "machines" worry him most. Also, how to play the volatile market.

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