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The supply glut, driven by technology, is the prime culprit behind the fall in oil prices, says Jim McCaughan, CEO of Principal Global Investors.
Subir Gokarn, director of research at Brookings India, says other countries competing with China in terms of exports will have to work with the assumption that there will be further depreciation in the yuan.
Michael Clarke, managing director & CEO at Treasury Wine Estates, says the company is seeing a significant pick-up in its Asian business, especially in the North Asian countries such as China.
Volatility in China's stock market is inevitable following recent government intervention, says independent analyst Fraser Howie.
Apart from Sydney and Melbourne, the broader Australian market is seeing modest increases in home prices, supported by under-supply and population growth, says Mark Steinert, managing director & CEO at Stockland.
Adrian Dunn, CIO at Brooker Dunn Asset Advisory, says the deadly bomb attack is one of the many economic and political problems that Thailand is currently facing.
Roy Teo, senior FX strategist at ABN AMRO Bank, says Thailand's tourism industry will likely be impacted in the near term, thereby raising the risk for more fiscal and monetary stimulus.
Improvements in the U.S. housing market is supporting growth at Home Depot, while Wal-Mart is bogged down by new investments, says Joseph Feldman, senior managing director at Telsey Advisory Group.
Alan Robinson, vice president & research analyst at RBC Wealth Management, expects the yuan to hit 6.9 against the dollar over the next 12 months, adding that the devaluation is a "step in the right direction."
Kim McQuay, Country Representative for Thailand at The Asia Foundation, says Thai authorities seem determined to conduct the investigations in a "methodical" and "mature" manner.
Maynard Arif, VP of Research at DBS Vickers Securities Indonesia, expects the Indonesian central bank to keep its interest rate unchanged at 7.50 percent given the recent pressure on the rupiah.
John Thompson, CEO & CIO at Vilas Capital, explains why he disagrees with Morgan Stanley analysts who have raised their price target for Tesla shares to $465 from $280.
Herald Van Der Linde, head of equity strategy, Asia Pacific at HSBC, says average home prices in China are "trying to creep higher."
Authorities in Tianjin are holding another press conference on Tuesday, with updates on the death toll related to last week's massive explosions. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.
Kasem Prunratanamala, head of Thailand Research from CIMB, says the bomb explosion which occurred in one of Bangkok's most renowned shrines on Monday is the "worst attack" on the country in 40 years.
Following the deadly explosion, markets will be monitoring the impact on Thailand's tourism sector, says Callum Henderson, global head of FX research at Standard Chartered.
Wee Liat Lee, China property analyst at BNP Paribas, says the housing recovery is broadening to more Chinese cities on the back of previous efforts by the government.
Ben Lichtenstein, president of Tradersaudio.com, says a lift in the U.S. housing prices will depend on when the Fed raises interest rates.
While the deadly bomb explosion has shaken the country, life in Thailand has resumed to "relatively normal" levels on Tuesday, says Thailand-based co-founder of MBMG Group, Paul Gambles.
Barry Dawes, head of resources at Paradigm Securities, explains how the activities in the derivatives markets are distorting the price of crude oil.
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