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China intervened too early: CEO

Eddie Tam, the CEO of Central Asset Investments, says he hopes the Chinese government will learn to use market intervention sparingly.

Still downside for Hong Kong: Guppy

Daryl Guppy, CEO of Guppytraders.com, warns that the Heng Seng could still fall further.

'Old-style' issues among TPP sticking points: Pro

Bates Gill, CEO of United States Studies Centre, says "old-style issues" such as tariffs remain the major sticking points in the final stage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks.

What Twitter needs: A full-time CEO?

Bradley Gastwirth, CEO of ABR Investment Strategy, explains why Twitter needs to name a new CEO quickly.

The odds of a September rate hike? Limited: Pro

Norman Chan, investment director at NAB Private Wealth Advisory, says the chances of a rate hike in September are limited because of a lack of "major improvements" in the U.S. data.

How the 1MDB scandal impacts Malaysia

Apart from raising questions about the government's transparency, the scandal surrounding 1MDB also impacts Malaysia's currency and business environment, says Adam Jarczyk, practice leader, Asia Pacific, Frontier Strategy Group.

GFI launches MSCI China A International ETF

Azra Lau, head of exchange-traded funds at GF International Investment Management, discusses the listing of the GFI MSCI China A International ETF in Hong Kong on Wednesday.

How will Nintendo fare in 'tough' quarter?

David Gibson, senior analyst, regional head of software & services at Macquarie, expects Nintendo to see a net loss of 10 billion yen year-on-year amid a tough quarter.

Will Windows 10 help Microsoft get its mojo back?

Alan Haft, partner at Kelly-Haft Financial, says Windows 10 brings Microsoft in line with current market trends, but warns that the stock may not get an immediate boost.

Bearish on China, Hong Kong stocks: Strategist

Willie Chan, Asia regional strategist at Kim Eng Securities, attributes his bearish outlook for Chinese and Hong Kong equities to factors such as weak market sentiment.

To stop Fed, this is how bad commodities have to get

The Fed is poised to raise rates in September, unless commodities see an aggressive slump, such as oil falling below $40 a barrel, says Adam Reynolds, CEO, Asia Pacific of Saxo Bank Group.

'Bite-sized experience': Twitter's real problem?

Patrick Moorhead, president & principal analyst at Moor Insights & Strategy, says Twitter needs to craft a "more robust experience that is monetizable."

Will China, commodity slump affect the Fed?

Sandy Lincoln, chief market strategist at BMO Asset Management, says volatility in China's equity market and the meltdown in commodity prices won't derail the Fed's decision to raise interest rates.

There is no exit strategy for Beijing: CLSA

With the government becoming long-term shareholders, the Shanghai Composite will likely stay rangebound between 3,400 and 4500, says Francis Cheung, head of China and Hong Kong strategy at CLSA.

Is Australia open to more Chinese investment?

Australia has to welcome foreign investments if it wants its economy to thrive, says Mike Baird, Premier of New South Wales.

What to expect at the Boao Forum for Asia Conference

Mike Baird, Premier of New South Wales, discusses the significance of the Boao Forum for Asia Conference which will held in Sydney from July 30-31.

What happens in China matters for the world: Pro

Will Oswald, global head of fixed income, currencies and commodities research at Standard Chartered, explains why China is the key focus of global financial markets right now.

The motivations behind Malaysia's cabinet reshuffle

Wong Chen, a member of Malaysia's parliament, says the cabinet reshuffle announced on Tuesday is an attempt to delay investigations over a graft scandal at state investment fund 1MDB.

Luxury retailers struggle as China woes intensify

Luxury retailers are getting pinched, as the economic slowdown and stock market volatility in China dampen spending among wealthy consumers. CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports.

Australian miners adapt to tough market: Report

David Hand, managing director at Newport Consulting, discusses the findings of its latest report which showed Australia's mining sector adjusting to tough market conditions.

What Twitter needs to level up

David Meier, portfolio manager at Motley Fool Funds, says user growth is crucial in ensuring Twitter's long-term business model.

Pharma earnings were a 'mixed bag': Expert

Raghuram Selvaraju, managing director for equity research healthcare division at MLV & Co, discusses the quarterly results of pharmaceutical giants such as Pfizer and Merck & Co.

Why this expert expects a US rate hike in 2016

Keith Fitz-Gerald, chief investment strategist at MoneyMorning.com, says a lack of strong data in the U.S. means the Fed will likely increase interest rates in 2016.

US Congresswoman: TPP is riddled with problems

Rosa Delauro, Democratic Congresswoman in the U.S. House of Representatives, explains why she opposes the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

Malaysia's human trafficking status upgrade is 'shameful': Pro

Rosa Delauro, Democratic Congresswoman in the U.S. House of Representatives, explains why she objects to the U.S. State Department's softer stance on Malaysia in its annual report on human trafficking.

Fed liftoff could spark a correction: Strategist

Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist & economist at Wells Capital Management, says U.S. markets are vulnerable to the Fed's tightening of monetary policy.

Ford to speed ahead after upbeat Q2 results: Pro

Ford's stronger-than-expected earnings indicate strong momentum in the second-half of 2015 and even 2016, says Brian Sponheimer, auto & capital equipment analyst at Gabelli & Company.

Is the end in sight for a TPP deal?

The chance of a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal looks "better than ever", but political will is still needed to iron out the remaining issues, says Vincent Wang, professor of Political Science at the University of Richmond.

Lloyd's of London chair: UK must stay in EU

John Nelson, chairman of Lloyd's of London, says the European Union (EU) is an important trading bloc hence it is important for the U.K. to remain a member of the EU.

Why Lloyd's of London likes Southeast Asia

Apart from the vibrant potential that Southeast Asia holds, Lloyd's of London is also keen to provide opportunities for ASEAN companies to do business in the U.K., says chairman John Nelson.

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