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Robert Sinche, chief global strategist at Pierpont Securities, expects a stronger dollar to remain a challenge for the U.S. economy and companies in the second half of 2015.
Given that Beijing encouraged the buying frenzy of stocks over the past year, it will continue to support the market, says Jonathan Brodsky, managing director at Advisory Research Inc.
Renee Stephens, vice president of U.S. Auto Quality at J.D. Power, says Nissan's truck portfolio helped the automaker to outperform in the U.S. where car sales are underperforming truck sales.
Stuart Ayres, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Major Events for New South Wales, Australia, hopes that the Boao Forum for Asia Conference can reposition Australia as a key player in the Asian market.
Sam Chandan, president & chief economist at Chandan Economics, says the Fed will likely receive improved data in the months ahead, which will bolster its case for a September rate hike.
A Fed liftoff occurring earlier than expectations may spark short-term volatility, but the pullback will be a buying opportunity, says Michael Jones, chairman and CIO of RiverFront Investment Group.
The chance of a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal looks "better than ever", but political will is still needed to iron out the remaining issues, says Vincent Wang, professor of Political Science at the University of Richmond.
John Nelson, chairman of Lloyd's of London, says the European Union (EU) is an important trading bloc hence it is important for the U.K. to remain a member of the EU.
Apart from the vibrant potential that Southeast Asia holds, Lloyd's of London is also keen to provide opportunities for ASEAN companies to do business in the U.K., says chairman John Nelson.
Jay Srivatsa, managing director of Chardan Capital Markets, outlines his expectations for Microsoft's new operating system that is designed to run on all platforms.
Victor Anthony, managing director & senior internet media analyst at Axiom Capital Management, says the remarks by Chief Financial Officer Anthony Noto on subdued user growth weighed on Twitter shares.
Doug Gordon, senior portfolio manager at Russell Investments, says the Fed will likely make the long-awaited liftoff on its benchmark interest rate in September.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon speaks to Yang Cheng, a farmer from the remote town of Panzhihua in Southwest China, who saw his savings vanish into thin air amid the market meltdown last month.
Despite last month's steep correction, China remains one of the most highly leveraged stock markets, says Chris Konstantinos, director of international portfolio management at Riverfront Investment Group.
Mark Todd, director of fixed income at the National Australia Bank, says China's market plunge will drive "lots of volatility" in the short term, making Treasurys and government bonds the preferred assets.
Brian Gilmartin, portfolio manager at Trinity Asset Management, discusses the deal between Israel's Teva Pharmaceutical and Allergan's generic pharmaceuticals business.
It is difficult to assess Beijing's market-saving measures, as the extent of leverage remains unknown due to the trading halts, says Ed Dempsey, chief investment officer at Pension Partners.
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Martin Lakos, division director at Macquarie Private Wealth, expects a rebound in the prices of oil and iron ore soon, but gold will likely continue to suffer on the back of a strong dollar.
Chris Pearce, CEO of Toll Global Logistics, introduces the company's new warehouse - a 100,000 square meters integrated transshipment hub called "Toll City" in Singapore.
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