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HSBC's Izumi Devalier says Shinzo Abe's messages at the G7 summit suggest that Japan will most likely be delaying its consumption tax hike.
Payden & Rygel's Jim Sarni says investors are diversifying into various asset classes as yields become more elusive.
CNBC's Pauline Chiou speaks to the daughters of the beverage tycoon Tran Qui Thanh to understand their motivations for joining the family business.
The G-7 represents the old order and it might be useful for the seven largest economies to "talk shop," says CIMB Private Banking's Song Seng Wun.
Morningstar's RJ Hottovy argues that Alibaba did provide disclosures on its equity investments ventures.
Aman Resorts CEO Olivier Jolivet tells CNBC that it is important to preserve the Aman brand, and not become too commercial.
Insead Professor Douglas Webber and Emirates NBD's Gary Dugan discuss the potential outcomes and risks of the Brexit referendum.
An estimated 30,000 to 40,000 people from HP Enterprise Services are expected to get laid off, says Global Equities Research's Trip Chowdhry.
John Holmes from Pilbara Minerals says the rising popularity of electric vehicles will drive lithium demand and push more producers into this space.
Emirates NBD's Gary Dugan suspects the Fed wants to move twice this year and get on with normalizing interest rates.
Atlas Iron MD David Flanagan recounts the difficult process of how he managed to halve the company's operating cost and debt.
The dollar strength, among other risks such as the Brexit, could keep the Fed on hold, says Jesper Bargmann from Nordea Markets.
Rob Katz, CEO of Vail Resorts, says the Australia Perisher business has been strong, while the U.S. business has seen fewer visitors because of the strong dollar.
Grab Co-founder Tan Hooi Ling tells CNBC about the company's expansion into new businesses based on the original ride-hailing technology platform.
Rohit Sipahimalani from Temasek Intl says the investment firm seeded four VC funds to focus on raising early capital for start-ups.
Rohit Sipahimalani from Temasek International says tech over-valuation was a global issue but there have been sign of moderation recently.
The Fed should normalize rates when the opportunity arises instead of predicting the next few hikes, notes Jason Ambrose from Vanda Research.
The yen appears to be stuck at the moment, as markets have less confidence in the BOJ's policy, Wayne Gordon from UBS explains.
The e-commerce firm's potential lies in its strong local knowledge and growing presence in major Indonesian cities, says Bukalapak.com's Fajrin Rasyid.
Chua Kee Lock, Vertex Holdings CEO, says that he looks at various aspects of the team, business model, and funding amount required.
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