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Eisuke Sakakibara, Former Vice Finance Minister of Japan from 1997-1999, says the yen likely trade rangebound between 107 to 112 as Japan's economy is still "doing fairly well."

Protesters in Hong Kong have found a new tech ally in FireChat to bypass China's censors but Beijing is reportedly stepping up on censorship. CNBC's Julia Wood has more.

Raghuram Selvaraju, Head of Healthcare Equity Research at Aegis Capital, discusses whether the overnight gains in pharmaceutical shares are sustainable.

Priscilla Leung, Lawmaker at Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong, says demands for election reforms are impossible to meet and urges protesters to "calm down."

Alan Leong, Hong Kong Legislator and Leader of Civic Party and Robert Chow, Spokesman of Alliance for Peace and Democracy, debate the legitimacy and effectiveness of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.

Despite missing expectations, August's retail sales remain on a positive trend supported by moderate growth in consumption, says Matthew Circosta, Economist at Moody's Analytics.

Steve Brice, Chief Investment Strategist at Standard Chartered Wealth Management Group, says China's manufacturing activity has improved, but warns of growth uncertainties next year.

Christopher Lau, Treasurer of HK's People Power, says the international community should exert more pressure on Beijing to accede to Hong Kong's demand for election reforms.

Jonathan Pain, Author of The Pain Report, outlines his confidence in the U.S. economy and discusses whether the first confirmed case of Ebola in the country could derail recovery.

US won't see an Ebola epidemic: Expert     Tue, 30 Sep '14 | 7:40 PM ET

Peter Hotez, Founding Dean, National School of Tropical Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine, says the U.S. won't see an Ebola outbreak as the virus is not easily transmitted between people.

Stan Humphries, Chief Economist at Zillow, explains why markets don't have to be worried about the below-view rise in July's S&P/Case-Shiller home price index.

Izumi Devalier, Japan Economist at HSBC, says recent weakness in the Japanese currency helped business sentiment in the July-September period.

John Rutledge, Chief Investment Strategist at SAFANAD, expects the U.S. economy to add 200,000 to 225,000 jobs for September, reflecting a "boring" pace of growth.

Mabel Au, Director at Amnesty International HK, urges authorities to respect the rights of Hong Kong citizens, considering that demonstrations have been peaceful thus far.

Recent mixed data indicate that while Japan's economy has bottomed out, a positive recovery still needs time, says Martin Schulz, Senior Economist at Fujitsu Research Institute.

Current risk factors for US stocks     Tue, 30 Sep '14 | 6:23 PM ET

Jack Bouroudjian, CIO at Index Financial Partners, discusses how protests in Hong Kong and the first confirmed Ebola case in the U.S. could impact stock markets.

Japan's household spending improved month-on-month while retail sales rose for a second consecutive month, says Mikihiko Yamato, Deputy Head of Research from Ji Asia.

Beijing could attempt to pacify protesters by allowing the resignation of CY Leung, Hong Kong's current Chief Executive, says Willy Lam, Professor of History at Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Tommy Xie, Economist, Treasury Research & Strategy at OCBC, expects the official purchasing managers' index for September due Wednesday to signal a pickup in economic activities.

The pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong are being driven by a new form of mobile technology which works even without a cellular network or internet. CNBC's Julia Wood reports.

When will the RBI raise interest rates?     Mon, 29 Sep '14 | 11:45 PM ET

Jahangir Aziz, Head of EM Asia Economic Research at JP Morgan, says the Reserve Bank of India is unlikely to raise interest rates on Tuesday, but could make a move in the first quarter of 2015.

'China looks like a mess': Economist     Mon, 29 Sep '14 | 11:20 PM ET

Richard Jerram, Chief Economist at the Bank of Singapore, explains why he's worried about the mainland economy.

The cancellation of a National Day fireworks display planned for Wednesday indicates that authorities want to avoid a direct confrontation, says Michael Degolyer, Professor at Hong Kong Baptist University.

Dickie Wong, Executive Director at Kingston Securities, expects more downside for Hong Kong equities. He also discusses the outlook for retail stocks amid the protests.

The return to Chinese rule hasn't impacted Hong Kong's financial system and the city remains as the international gateway for China, says Gavin Parry, Managing Director of Parry International Trading Limited.

Merk: Optimistic on Asia in the long run     Mon, 29 Sep '14 | 10:18 PM ET

Axel Merk, President and Chief Investment Officer at Merk Investments, attributes the recent selloff to complacency in Asian markets. He later explains why he's upbeat on the region.

Dell: Confident of future in Asia     Mon, 29 Sep '14 | 9:40 PM ET

Amit Midha, President of Asia Pacific and Japan at Dell, says the firm is seeing strong performances in Asia's emerging markets and outlines the growth opportunities in China.

Demonstrations in Hong Kong appear set to continue on early Tuesday. CNBC's Pauline Chiou heads down to the protest site and reports her observations.

Rahul Chadha, Co-Chief Investment Officer at Mirae Asset Global Investments, expects the Reserve Bank of India to hold interest rates unchanged as it keeps an eye on currency stability.

Independent Economist Andy Xie says Hong Kong's significance as an offshore financial centre to China is waning.

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