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10 firms deliver 52% of UK dividends: Investment Director

Thomas Moore investment director for UK larger companies at Standard Life Investments, says few firms are delivering strong dividend opportunities in the UK.

Not time to buy commodities: Fund Researcher

Ben Gutteridge, head of fund research at Brewin Dolphin, says it's not the right time to buy into commodities.

Still growth in notebook business: Moleskine CEO

Arrigo Berni, CEO of Moleskine, says the company is still seeing growth in the paper-based notebook side of the business.

Tracking the performance of investment banks

Steven Lewis, global lead banking analyst at EY, explains why growth is not returning to the investment banking sector, just yet.

Now is the best time to buy gold: Expert

Barry Dawes, head of resources at Paradigm Securities, explains why the recent fall in gold prices have offered a buying opportunity for investors now.

European markets open higher as Fed expectations build

European markets opened higher Wednesday, as expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve will become the first major central bank to raise rates in the current economic cycle, in September, grow.

Fed facing strategic challenge: Economic Advisor

Andrew Sentance, senior economic advisor at PwC, and former Bank of England MPC member, outlines the challenges central banks face ahead of anticipated interest rate hikes

Why the Indonesian rupiah remains vulnerable

Apart from a growth slowdown, Indonesia's current account deficit and the risk of another massive capital outflow due to a U.S. rate hike will keep the rupiah on the back foot, says Craig Chan, head of FX strategy, Asia ex-Japan at Nomura.

Huge ETF growth in Europe: LSE CEO

Xavier Rolet, CEO of the London Stock Exchange Group, says he's seeing huge growth in the European ETF business.

Pharma M&A drive continues

CNBC's Catherine Boyle outlines the opportunities in Shire's takeover bid for Baxalta.

Cheers! European consumption healthy: Campari CEO

Robert Kunze-Concewitz, CEO of Campari, says European consumption levels are still in positive territory.

How is India similar to Southeast Asia?

Saurabh Mukherjea, CEO, Institutional Equities at Ambit Capital, says India shares similarities with Southeast Asia in terms of lagging reforms and slower economic growth.

As hundreds of migrants continue to attempt to illegally enter Britain via the Channel tunnel, CNBC takes a look at the numbers behind the crisis.

Hang on, China's wild ride isn't over yet: UBS

Kelvin Tay, MD & regional CIO, Southern APAC at UBS Wealth Management, says volatility may return to Chinese markets considering the lofty valuations on the Shenzhen Composite.

Low rates environment not easy: ING CFO

Patrick Flynn, CFO of ING, outlines the outlook for the rest of the year.

Asian FX markets, brace for a difficult 2016: Pro

Daniel Martin, Asia economist at Capital Economics, says Asian currencies could face further challenges next year as markets have yet to price in the extent of Fed tightening.

Fortescue shares leap on reports of Chinese moves

Gavin Wendt, founding director & senior resource analyst at MineLife, discusses news that China's state-owned companies have approached Fortescue Metals to buy a stake in the latter's infrastructure assets.

Atlanta Fed's Lockhart fuels rate hike talk

Todd Elmer, currency strategist at Citi, discusses comments from Dennis Lockhart, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President, that the U.S. economy is ready for its first rate hike in more than nine years.

Disney shares are 'grossly oversold': Strategist

Michael Robinson, chief technology strategist at MoneyMorning.com, discusses the plunge in Walt Disney's stock in after-hours trading.

Apple: 'The stock to own during challenging times'

Hugh Anderson, managing director at HighTower Las Vegas, says Apple is an innovative firm with "high-quality financials." He later discusses the outlook for Walt Disney.

This is how bad it could get for Apple stock

Daryl Guppy, CEO of Guppytraders.com, says the next downside target for Apple shares is $108. The stock could even fall to $96 in the long run, he adds.

Ex-Fin Min: Indonesia hit by external, domestic woes

Chatib Basri, Former Finance Minister of Indonesia from 2013-2014, says weaker commodity prices and a fall in government investment spending are hurting Indonesia's economy.

Is the worse over for China stocks? Maybe: Pro

Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy and chief economist at AMP Capital, is fairly optimistic on Chinese shares over the next 6 months on the back of reasonable valuations among large caps and the possibility of further easing.

Who is to blame for China's stock meltdown?

While Beijing is partly responsible for the market selloff, authorities had good intentions to help the market become a "fully developed market", says Mark Tinker, head of AXA Framlington Asia.

Asian CEOs more confident than Western peers: Survey

Michael Lu, CEO of LTS Group, discusses the latest YPO Global Pulse Confidence survey which found that CEOs in Asia remain more confident than their peers in other parts of the world.

ASEAN is surprisingly resilient: Economist

Richard Jerram, chief economist of the Bank of Singapore, says economies in Southeast Asia have proved "surprisingly resilient" amid a massive slowdown in China.

What's driving Toyota's record profit?

Apart from currency gains, regulatory issues such as lower oil prices are also key factors behind Toyota Motor's earnings, says Vivek Vaidya, VP for APAC Automotive & Transportation at Frost & Sullivan.

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Is Apple in trouble?

Scott Nations, chief investment officer & president at NationsShares, says the loss of market share in China could dent the margins that Apple derives from its iPhone sales.

Live sports provide defense for ESPN: Analyst

Neil Macker, equity analyst at Morningstar, says the appeal of live sports and ESPN's broad multimedia presence will allow the firm to offer an unbeatable over-the-top (OTT) offering.

This strategist is betting on a September liftoff

James Swanson, chief investment strategist at MFS Investment Management, expects the Fed to raise rates by 25 basis points next month before taking on a "wait and see" approach.

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