Asia Business Day The Call


  • There is Room For U.S. Valuations to Rise: Pro

    Lorraine Tan, Director of Equity Research, S&P Capital shares her outlook for US stocks.

  • Samsung Earnings

    Edward Snyder, MD & Founder, Charter Equity Research says that earning reports show signs of a slowdown in the economy, and that could see tech stocks pull back.

  • Qunar IPO Imminent?

    CC Zhuang, CEO, Qunar is optimistic about the company's growth this year. He further discusses Qunar's competitiveness leading up to a potential U.S. listing.

  • Copper: It's Called The PhD of Metals

    David Strang, President & CEO, Lumina Copper, talks about the current situation of copper market and Lumina's Taca Taca project in Argentina.

  • How to Cool Hong Kong's Property Market?

    Sanjay Verma, CEO, Asia Pacific at Cushman & Wakefield says Hong Kong needs supply side measures to cool its property market. He explains why.

  • US Stocks at 5-year High

    Bob Iaccino, Chief Market Strategist at Topstep Trader, explains why he is not afraid of recent 5-year highs in U.S. stocks and shares his investment outlook.

  • Will the Yen Depreciate Any Further?

    Eisuke Sakakibara, Former Vice Finance Minister of Japan, and Professor at Aoyama Gakuin University says the yen is not likely to depreciate further. He explains why.

  • IKEA Will Do Very Well in India: Pro

    Samir Arora, Fund Manager, Helios Capital Management explains why he is optimistic about IKEA's expansion in India.

  • Obama's Next Four Years

    Glenn Shive, Executive Director, Hong Kong America Center, discusses his views on President Obama's second term and the GOP's extension of the debt ceiling.

  • U.S. Banks Will Earn More Next Year: Analyst

    Marty Mosby, Banking Analyst, Guggenheim Partners discusses the differentiation of U.S. banks in their recovery processes. He explains why he is especially optimistic on Citi.

  • Rebalancing China

    Yao Wei, China Economist, Societe Generale and Aaron Boesky, Chief Executive Officer, Marco Polo Pure Asset Management discuss how China's growth numbers will impact the economy going forward.

  • Will C.Y. Leung's Policies be Sufficient for Hong Kong?

    Lee Cheuk Yan, Chairman of the Labour Party and Regina Ip, Chairwoman of the New People's Party discuss C.Y. Leung's 5 year plan for Hong Kong.

  • Earnings Season is Off to a Good Start: Pro

    King Lip, Chief Investment Officer, Baker Avenue Asset Management explains why he is cautiously optimistic on earnings season in the United States.

  • Optimistic on Longines' Growth in China: President

    Walter von Kanel, President of Longines says the company has been enjoying "non-stop" growth in sales in China over the past 20 years. He is optimistic on China's appetite for luxury goods.

  • Curbing Gun Violence in the U.S.

    Richard Aborn, President, Citizens Crime Commission of New York, discusses America's battle with guns and the need for tighter gun-control measures.

  • China is Driving an Approach Towards RMB Internalization: Pro

    Peter Alexander, Managing Director, Z-Ben discusses reasons and implications of the ongoing internationalization of the renminbi.

  • Auto Industry in 2013

    Richard Hilgert, Equity Analyst, Morningstar, talks about the recovery in U.S. auto industry. He explains what's driving the revival.

  • Should National Countries Be Part of Europe's Rescue Operation?

    Luc Frieden, Finance Minister of Luxembourg describes the debate over whether national countries should be part of the European Stability Mechanism's (ESM) rescue operation.

  • QDII 2 Has More Structure Than the Previous Policy: Former HKEX Chairman

    Ronald Arculli, former chairman of HKEx discusses the implications of China's QDII 2 - a program to allow individual investors more leeway to put money in international markets.

  • Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

    Japan's $117 billion economic stimulus package is a positive start to revive a frail economy. But the government needs to follow this up with long term structural changes and the central bank has to chip in with some bold moves - otherwise disappointment is sure to follow, analysts say.

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