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Should investors jump on oil-related equities?

The energy sector is attractive for long-term investors now as oil prices are expected to rise steadily over the long-run, says Poten & Partners' Jason Feer.


AT&T: Here's how IoT can unlock its potential

There is a need for a standard set of practices and policies in order to further the Internet of Things (IoT) industry, says AT&T's Chris Penrose.


Why there is a growing need for data scientists

Data have become increasingly key to several industries so there is demand for people who can interpret them, says Dentsu Aegis Network's Jerry Buhlmann.


Forget OPEC, focus on China's waning demand: Morgan Stanley IM

Morgan Stanley IM's Ruchir Sharma says with China's economy expected to slow further, its declining demand will weigh on oil prices.


Why did the Australian dollar climb above $0.77

The Australian dollar surprisingly strengthened against the dollar after oil prices jumped on news of an OPEC deal, says Nikko AM's Roger Bridges.


There are positive signs for Japan's economy: Europacifica Consulting

Japan's unemployment rate is expected to slowly fall below 3 percent which should boost inflation, says Europacifica Consulting's Naomi Fink.


The OPEC deal is significant: Investor

If OPEC manages to ratify the production cut deal, it will add credence to the organization, says Ayer Alliance Securities' Jonathan Barratt.


Demand drives oil prices more than supply: Strategist

Oil prices won't shift much from its current range of $40 to $50 a barrel if demand does not pick up, says MV Financial's Arian Vojdani.


Art market downturn due to supply rather than demand: CEO

Nazy Vassegh, chief executive at Masterpiece Fair, says the art market is healthy, though sellers are "nervous about offering works of art on the open market."


Ball in Iran's court at Algiers oil producer meeting

CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses the latest lines to come out of this week's oil producer meeting in Algiers.