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Are US auto sales peaking soon? Not at all: Pro

Richard Hilgert, senior equity analyst at Morningstar, explains why he doesn't agree that auto sales in the U.S. are nearing saturation point.

RBA will focus on improving labor market: CommSec

Savanth Sebastian, equities economist at CommSec, says the Reserve Bank of Australia is unlikely to cut rates following resilient job growth and a weaker Australian dollar.

Behind the scenes at Australia's biggest mining forum

As the sun goes down, delegates attending the Diggers and Dealers mining forum flock to the local pubs. CNBC's Matthew Taylor has more from Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.

How Western Areas is coping with commodity slump

Dan Lougher, MD & CEO of Western Areas, says the firm rolled out cost-cutting measures to combat falling commodity prices, while a weaker Aussie dollar is working in the company's favor.

Are Beijing's rescue moves working? Maybe not: Mobius

Mark Mobius, executive chairman at Templeton Emerging Markets Group, says Beijing's market-rescue measures will work temporarily, but they may mean more harm down the road.

How Malaysia will benefit from political scandal

While Malaysia's political scandal may hurt the country in the near term, it will increase government transparency in the long run, says Mark Mobius, executive chairman at Templeton Emerging Markets Group.

Tracking the jump in Suncorp's annual profit

Patrick Snowball, CEO of Suncorp, discusses the 55 percent rise in the insurer's full-year profit despite a slew of costly claims for natural disaster events.

Saracen Mineral: Margins expanding despite gold's slide

Raleigh Finlayson, managing director at Saracen Mineral Holdings, says factors such as a weaker Australian dollar have cushioned the impact of falling gold prices.

Oil will see one 'final flush' before rebound: Pro

Matt Smith, director of Commodity Research at ClipperData, expects Brent crude to fall to $45 and U.S. crude to hit near $40 a barrel, before staging a comeback.

Beijing's micromanagement is positive: Pro

Gavin Parry, managing director at Parry International Trading, discusses news that Chinese authorities are stepping up their crackdown on short-selling of shares Tuesday.

RBA will take a 'wait and see' approach: Pro

Matthew Circosta, economist at Moody's Analytics, says Tuesday's retail sales and trade data are headed in the right direction hence the Reserve Bank of Australia will likely leave interest rates on hold.

What are the goals of Obama's clean energy plan?

Vishal Shah, managing director of Deutsche Bank, says U.S. President Barack Obama's clean energy plan is a preparation for the U.N. climate change summit which will be held in Paris in December.

Toyota's priority is profitability, not volume: Pro

Koji Endo, managing director at Advanced Research Japan, outlines his expectations for Toyota Motors' first-quarter results.

Heron Resources CEO: Positive on zinc

Despite the recent decline in the price of zinc, Heron Resources remains positive on the commodity's supply and demand fundamentals, says managing director & CEO Wayne Taylor.

Gas prices fuel US big-vehicle sales: Analyst

Efraim Levy, senior equity analyst at S&P Capital IQ Equity Research, says factors such as lower gasoline prices are encouraging consumers to buy bigger vehicles.

How the 'Summer of Trump' may unfold

Matt Mackowiak, president of Potomac Strategy Group, discusses the unconventional presidential campaign of real estate mogul Donald Trump.

US data don't support September rate hike: Pro

If the Fed remains data-dependent, there's no way the central bank can raise interest rates next month, says Bill Smith, president & CEO at SAM Advisors.

How gold miners are weathering the price slump

While declining gold prices will inevitably hurt revenue, gold miners are getting help from falling local currencies and oil costs, says Greg Foulis, CEO of Kingsgate Consolidated.

This analyst expects RBA to stand pat on rates

Matthew Hegarty, senior analyst at Antipodes Global Investment Partners, says the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) sees no incentive to lower interest rates on the back of a weaker Aussie dollar.

For Macau, 'the glass is half-empty': Galaviz

Jonathan Galaviz, partner at Global Market Advisors, expects Beijing's anti-corruption drive and new regulations such as the smoking ban to continue weighing on Macau's gaming industry.

US auto sales had a 'fantastic July': Expert

John Humphrey, senior vice president of global automotive operations at J.D. Power and Associates, attributes the upbeat sales figures to factors such as cheaper gasoline and low interest rates.

What's holding the Fed back from a rate hike

Apart from inflation remaining well below the 2 percent target, the Fed is also cautious about a stronger dollar, says Jonathan Hirtle, CEO of Hirtle Callaghan & Co.

EDB chairman: Singapore's FDI growth is significant

Beh Swan Gin, chairman of the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), says the strong growth in foreign direct investment (FDI) signals that international investors remain confident of Singapore.

Expect RBA to hold rates after Aussie dollar's fall: HSBC

Paul Bloxham, chief economist for Australia and New Zealand at HSBC, expects the Reserve Bank of Australia to keep interest rates steady following the recent fall in the Australian dollar.

Cramer: Even President Obama can't help this stock

The weakness in the oil market has caused this stock and many others to suffer.

Gold Road Resources: We're enjoying currency benefits

Ian Murray, executive chairman at Gold Road Resources, says some miners are "making good money" from the current gold price in Australian dollars. He later introduces the company's latest discovery: the Gruyere deposit.

Cramer: Cheap oil great for bulls

Mad Money host Jim Cramer reminds investors there are always two sides to every coin. Why China, oil and Greece are all good for the bulls.

Cramer: My '07 Fed rant

Mad Money host Jim Cramer revisits his infamous rant about the Fed from 2007. Has anything really changed?

Ford F-150 super crew

The "Fast Money" traders give you 4 plays in the auto sector on a weak oil market.

IMAX Corporation CEO Rich Gelfond discusses his company's growth and the reasons behind the stock's recent slowdown, with "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer.

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