Global stocks rose on Monday as investors jumped back into equities. Experts tell CNBC investors should buy bonds when the market dips and to gently increase their exposure to stocks.
Gold Prices May Hit $1,650 by 2010
Spot gold prices could jump to $1,650 an ounce in the medium term, predicts Jurg Kiener, CEO of Swiss Asia Capital. He tells CNBC how best to cash in on this precious metal.
Increase Equity Exposure Gently
Buy on potential pullbacks and increase your equity exposure gently, advises Chris Nolting, regional head of portfolio mgmt & lead strategist, Asia Pacific at Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Mgmt.
Investing in Sugar
The sugar markets need a breather, says Peter McGuire, managing director at CWA Global Markets.
Oil Prices Have Recovered
Thor Lunder, head of Research at DNB NOR tells CNBC that exploration and production spending will pick up but supply is a concern.
Paul Day, chief market analyst at MIG Investments is bullish U.S. Treasurys and favors buying bonds on dips.
More Upside Seen for Shanghai Composite
Uwe Parpart, chief economist & strategist, Asia at Cantor Fitzgerald has a year-end target of 3,800 points for the Shanghai Composite.
Upbeat on News Corp
News Corp is an attractive buy, says Patrick Noble, senior investment strategist at Zurich Investments.
Risk Appetite to Remain Strong
Risk appetite in the currency markets will remain strong in the short term, according to Sebastien Barbe, senior economist at Calyon Corporate & Investment Bank.
Aussie Dollar May Post Further Gains
The Aussie dollar looks like it has more room to run to the topside, says John Noonan, senior FX analyst at Thomson Reuters.
Aussie Likely to Outperform
The Australian dollar will perform quite well over the next few weeks, says John Horner, FX strategist at Deutsche Bank.