Forget bonds, UBS WM's Kelvin Tay says to look for companies with good cash flows and attractive dividend yields.
Samsung is benefiting from new innovations although Chinese smartphone manufacturers may catch up, says Susquehanna Financial Group's Mehdi Hosseini.
It's surprising that the outlook cut did not come earlier because Australian banks have been struggling for a while, says UBS WM's Kelvin Tay.
Impossible Foods's David Lee says the company wanted to create genuinely meat-like products that come without the negative impacts of meat production.
The USD/JPY could dip down to 96 levels in the next two months, but will stabilize if the Fed delivers a rate hike, says Westpac Bank's Sean Callow.
Hugh Johnson Advisors' Hugh Johnson warns against compromising quality investments for quick yield in a low interest rates environment.
If Olympic athletes fall short of role model standards, it can cost them in brand endorsement deals, says Baker Street Advertising's Bob Dorfman.
The No. 1 selling car at Pebble Beach 2016 is the 1955 Jaguar D-type, which could fetch between $20-25 million, says Hagerty Insurance's McKeel Hagerty.
Principal Global Investors' Binay Chandgothia outlines reasons why the Fed is likely to maintain a dovish outlook on rate hikes for 2016.
The Aussie dollar is slightly overvalued based on Australia's terms of trade, says Barclays' Mitul Kotecha.
Philippines GDP rates will moderate, although the economy is still a bright spot in a region of sluggish growth, says Oxford Economics' Sian Fenner.
The Fed will be hold until after the presidential elections, so December is the most likely time for a hike, says BigTrends.com's Price Headley.
Janet Yellen's comments at Jackson Hole will be key for offering markets a clearer indication of the Fed's direction, says Barclay's Mitul Kotecha.
Wynn Resorts' Steve Wynn says he wants a president who is willing to take real responsibility for the American people.
BACtrack's Keith Nothacker tells CNBC how he saw an opportunity to create a wearable device to monitor alocohol levels.
CEO Mark Steinert says profits were underpinned by Australia's strong population growth as well as the move to offer more land for sale.
UBP's Kieran Calder says the HK-Shenzhen stock connect isn't a significant event by itself, but is part of China market's liberalization process.
Wynn Resorts CEO Steve Wynn talks to CNBC about Wynn Palace and increased competition amid a slowing gaming sector.
Credit Agricole's David Forrester says dollar/yen at 100 levels is an important technical level to buy the pair, which he expects to head higher.
The Hong Kong-Shenzhen stock connect is a positive but there're still a number of problems to solve, says Fraser Howie, an independent analyst.
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