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Hungary builds migrant-deterring wall

NBC’s Richard Engel reports from Hungary, where the government is set to complete an 174-kilometer fence along its border with Serbia to stop the migrant flow into the country.

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Some bottles of single malt Scotch have gained over 500% in value since 2008.

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Putin pumps iron

The Kremlin has released footage of President Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev working out.

 Won’t see China’s hard landing anytime soon: Strategist

Tai Hui, chief Asia market strategist at J.P. Morgan Funds, says a hard landing is less likely for China in the near future, though growth is likely to hit around 4 percent in the medium to long term.

India GDP likely eased in April-June

While India's new GDP methodology remains confusing, Vishnu Varathan, senior economist at Mizuho Bank, explains why GDP has still eased from the first three months of the year.

How will the dollar trade when the US hikes rates?

Robert Rennie, global head of FX strategy at Westpac, outlines his expectations for the U.S. dollar during the Federal Reserve's monetary policy tightening process.

Malaysia PM playing the race card: Control Risks

Prime Minister Najib Razak is painting the mass protest rally over the weekend as one that doesn't serve the interests of ethnic Malays, says Giulia Zino, senior analyst at Control Risks.

Did Fischer throw cold water on a September hike?

Don Hanna, managing director at Hanna-Roubini Global Economics, discusses Stanley Fischer's comments at Jackson Hole about the timing of a U.S. rate hike.

Scandal to put ringgit under pressure: Economist

Sian Fenner, senior economist of Oxford Economics, says the Malaysian currency will stay under pressure as thousands pressure the scandal-ridden prime minister to step down.

Would rather buy than sell on oil: Gartman

Dennis Gartman, founder, editor and publisher of The Gartman Letter, says that if he was forced to take a position he’d rather be a buyer than a seller of oil and oil stocks.

India: Welcome to a low interest rate world

Mark Mobius, executive chairman at Templeton Emerging Markets Group, explains how declining interest rates in India will benefit the economy and stock market.

Should you bet on Chinese airlines?

Mohshin Aziz, aviation analyst at Maybank, discusses China Southern's first-half positive earnings report and his top pick within the sector.

What Malaysia can learn from Sri Lanka

Malaysia should take notes from Sri Lanka's corruption crisis to stabilize its politics and economy, says Satish Selvanathan, founder of Bais-Selvanathan Foundation.

These are the bright spots in EMs: Mobius

Despite China's slowdown, there are glimmers of opportunities in emerging markets like India, says Mark Mobius, executive chairman at Templeton Emerging Markets Group.

The real drivers of China's economy

Industrial and manufacturing sectors are no longer relevant since the real drivers of growth are consumers, property and credit , says Sailesh Jha, chief Asia economist at Credit Suisse.

Fed should focus on inflation, not jobs: Mobius

Mark Mobiu, executive chairman at Templeton Emerging Markets Group, explains why inflation is the central bank's primary mandate.

It's time for Najib to go: Malaysian MP

Opposition parties are willing to collaborate with ruling party Barisan Nasional to call on a vote of no confidence to oust the Malaysian leader, says Gooi Hsiao Leung, member of parliament.

Japan: Expect fiscal, not monetary, changes

The Bank of Japan is unlikely to adjust its QE program, but it may adjust fiscal policy, noted Sailesh Jha, chief Asia economist at Credit Suisse Prviate Banking and Wealth Management.

Will no confidence vote against Najib pass?

Ong Kian Ming, Malaysian member of parliament from the opposition Democratic Action Party, discusses the chances for a no-confidence motion to oust Malaysian leader Najib Razak.

Why it's too early to bottom fish in China

Chinese markets are full of volatility, so individuals hoping to bargain hunt should just steer clear of it if they aren't already invested, says Fraser Howie, independent analyst.

Is China really embracing market reforms?

Instead of manipulating the yuan fixing, Beijing is manipulating the markets through liquidity injections, says Fraser Howie, independent analyst.

Malaysian PM Najib won't leave: Professor

Terence Gomez, Professor at the University of Malaya, explains the decade-old system of patronage in Malaysia's political system.

Seaspan: Shipping slowdown doesn't hurt us

Gerry Wang, CEO of container ship owner Seaspan, says the firm is pursuing long-term contracts so it's not as affected by lower freight rates.

India shines among EMs: Old Mutual

Indian growth is catching up to its potential growth rate, says Joshua Crabb, head of Asian equities at Old Mutual Global Investors.

Which matters more: US NFP or China PMI?

Joshua Crabb, head of Asian equities at Old Mutual Global Investors, reminds investors that it's important to view both economic reports in a broader context.

Is oil's rebound sustainable?

Oil's rally last week was the result of speculative trade, not fundamentals, says Daniel Morgan, global commodities analyst at UBS.

Why we can't trust US jobs or China PMI data

Michael Every, head of financial markets research for Asia Pacific at Rabobank, explains why neither reports are good indicators of the economy.

What can Beijing do to restore confidence?

Beijing will continue restoring confidence through supportive policy measures and a witch hunt for market "manipulators," says Vasu Menon, VP of group wealth management at OCBC.

Will Malaysia's 'Bersih' movement spark change?

Anti-government protests over the weekend was Malaysia's biggest ever display of civil disobedience, but will they be successful in toppling Prime Minister Najib Razak? CNBC's Martin Soong reports.

Why Malaysia's PM is unlikely to step down

Despite the massive scale of the anti-government rally over the weekend, support from ethnic Malays still remains low, points out James Chin, director, Asia Institute, University of Tasmania.

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