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Scotch whisky is a steady, long term growth business: Pro

WhiskyInvestDirect CEO Rupert Patrick weighs in on investing in the beverage.

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Draghi needs to let the market normalize: Alva Capital

Alex Vaskevitch, chief investment officer at Alva Capital, speaks about the search for yield in financial markets.

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Barcelona attack will not have a long lasting effect on tourism: AB Bernstein

Richard Clarke, senior analyst for European hotels and leisure at AB Bernstein, speaks about the repercussions of last week's terror attack in Barcelona, Spain.

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Infosys faces structural headwinds: Analyst

Even without considering Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka's departure, the company faced issues as the IT sector undergoes a shift, says Anil Doradla of William Blair & Co.

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Alternative investing: Spotlight on classic cars

Collecting classic cars has gone from being just a hobby to an expanding industry, explains Peter Neumann of Chrome Strategies Management.

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Thai baht seen strengthening further: Analyst

The Thai baht could strengthen further to below 33 to the dollar, says Santitarn Sathirathai, head of Emerging Asia Economics, Credit Suisse.

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Doesn't take much for sentiment to turn in today's markets: Investor

Quick gains or dips in sentiment are the norm for markets right now, says Daryl Liew, head, Portfolio Management, Reyl Singapore.

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Watching euro for signs of further weakness against the dollar: Strategist

The euro is in focus as ECB President Mario Draghi faces pressure to discuss stimulus dial-back plans, says Mitul Kotecha, head Asia FX & Rates Strategy, Barclays.

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Korean peninsula tensions to continue as positions remain firm: Analyst

Dane Chamorro, senior partner and head of ASEAN, Control Risks, says expect drawn out tensions on the Korean peninsula tensions as no party has changed long-held positions.

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Bluescope says electricity costs spiked 93% since 2015

Paul O'Malley, managing director, Bluescope Steel says rising energy costs are a major reason for a profit warning.

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