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Bob Michele, chief investment officer and head of global fixed income at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses the outlook for the 10-year Treasury yield.
Jonas Samuelson, chief executive officer at Electrolux, discusses second-quarter results, pricing power, global demand for air conditioning, and plans to spin off the professional products unit.
Steven Bell, chief economist at BMO Global Asset Management, discusses concerns about the earnings outlook and global recession fears as he sees a "positive, risk-on environment" for markets.
Michael Gasiorek, U.K. Trade Policy Observer fellow at Sussex University, discusses their reporter on the winners and losers of the trade war and the decline of American manufacturing.
John Roe, head of multi-asset funds at Legal & General Investment Management, discusses gold and what the world's best currency to be holding for safety.
Christian Baltzer, chief financial officer at Danske Bank, discusses proposed new capital demands on the bank, the domestic business, the possibility of fines from the Estonia money-laundering scandal and the outlook for the rest of the year.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. projected current-quarter revenue ahead of estimates, as the Apple Inc. supplier shrugs off a smartphone slump and U.S. sanctions on Huawei Technologies Co. to ride demand for cutting-edge chips.
European Union Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici discusses Facebook Inc.'s proposed Libra cryptocurrency, digital taxation, global economic risks and the succession of Christine Lagarde as managing director of the In...
Eleanor Taylor Jolidon, co-head of Swiss & global equities at Union Bancaire Privee, discusses global equity markets and where she's finding opportunity.
Casper von Koskull, president and chief executive officer at Nordea Bank, discusses the latest round of earnings, reviewing their capital targets, business momentum, negative rates and how he's going to increase revenue and net interest income.
Ray Dalio thinks the current era of low interest rates and quantitative easing might be coming to an end and his answer to a new market paradigm that could see escalating conflict between capitalists and socialists is simple. Buy gold.
Alberto Bigolin, head of MENA fixed income at Tellimer Dubai, discusses volatility in emerging markets, GCC bonds, Saudi bonds and Africa bonds.
Chinese distiller Kweichow Moutai's first half net income grew 26.6% from last year. That's the kind of growth that most consumer brands would celebrate, but revenue growth is playing party pooper, coming about 17% which is the slowest in 10 years.
All eyes will be on Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.'s outlook after the world's largest contract chip manufacturer suffered its worst sales drop in nearly eight years.Analysts expect the company's third-quarter estimates -- due today after ...
Kwon Goohoon, managing director and senior Asia economist at Goldman Sachs, discusses the Bank of Korea's surprise interest rate cut and his outlook for monetary policy.
Selina Sia, head of greater China equity research at Credit Suisse Private Banking, discusses the road ahead for Chinese equities and where she's seeing opportunity.
Dubai is promising its citizens, residents, and even visitors 40 more hours of free time a year. The program, called Smart Dubai, is using technology like artificial intelligence and blockchain to reach the goal of making Dubai the happiest city o...
One of China's largest natural gas distributor says the Chinese economy is improving despite U.S.-China trade war. ENN Energy Holdings president Liu Min says the trade war has had little impact on his business and believes a properly handled resol...
Recent measures to loosen state regulation over the power distribution business has opened up opportunity for private energy operators. ENN Energy Holdings president Liu Min weighs in on China's evolving regulatory environment. Liu spoke exclusive...
Sunny Bangia, deputy portfolio manager at Antipodes Partners, talks about Chinese consumer stocks including Kweichow Moutai Co., the world's most profitable distillery which reported a 26.6% increase in net profit.