Global stocks were mostly higher on Tuesday as investors bet the Federal Reserve will repeat its vow of keeping interest rates low for an extended period of time at its monthly meeting. Experts told CNBC a mild double dip could be in the works. As a result, they are positive on commodities, including oil, platinum and soft commodities like coffee and corn.
Crude Rising Towards $90-100
Dominic Schnider, global head of commodities at UBS, is in favor of crude oil as he sees prices tracking higher towards $90-100. He reveals his picks and pans in the commodities space.
Crude Prices Will Stay Rangebound
Crude oil prices will remain rangebound between $65-85 for the next year or two, predicts Mathew Kaleel, co-founder & portfolio manager at H3 Global Advisors.
Bullish on Coffee & Corn
Bet your money on coffee and corn, suggests Dominic Schnider, global head of commodities at UBS. He tells CNBC how investors can gain exposure to these soft commodities.
Platinum A Top Pick for 2010
Brenton Saunders, director at Taurus Funds Management believes platinum group metals will stand out this year, thanks to a rebound in auto production.
A mild double-dip could be in the works as the private sector continues to pay down debt, says Ron Napier, head of Napier Investment Advisors. He discusses his views.
Limited Upside Seen for Euro-Dollar
Mitul Kotecha, head of global FX strategy at Credit Agricole, sees limited upside for the euro-dollar. He tells CNBC what is needed to turn things around for the single currency.
Australian Dollar Stable, Cautious on Euro-Dollar
Emmanuel Ng, currency strategist at OCBC Bank sees a stable Australian dollar and is cautious on euro-dollar.
Aussie Likely to Stay in US$0.90 Level
China is sensitive to calls for yuan appreciation as it is mindful that many of its export sectors are working on very thin margins, says Ray Attrill, global head of research at Forecast. He also tells CNBC that the Aussie will stay around US$0.90 for some time.
Stocks Set to Head Higher
Stocks are probably going to head higher from here, believes Hans Goetti, CIO at LGT Bank. He explains his upbeat outlook.
Protect Your Wealth, Look to Asia
Look to the Asian markets for continued growth, says Philip Niem, head of Asian discretionary portfolio management at Barclays Wealth. He discusses this and other investment opportunities.
Market Picks in Australia
Sheriden Hure, senior portfolio manager at Fortitude Capital says Westfarmers looks good as far as investing goes. She discusses some of her other picks.
HK Property Sector to Come Under Pressure
Expect Hong Kong's property sector to come under selling pressure in the coming week, says Peter Lai, director at DBS Vickers Securities. He tells CNBC what is weighing on this sector.