Money for Nothing
8.03 am - News highlights of the day
* Markets high after the Japanese central bank eased monetary policy further
* US homes data come in at a two-year high
* A new poll says President Barack Obama is in a better position to win November's election
8.10 am - A collapse of commodities by 2015
Peking University's professor Michael Pettis is calling for a collapse of commodities by 2015. Byran Curtis asked him why he did not agree with the conventional wisdom that QE would boost commodity prices.
8.15 am - Market Commentary
Francis Lun, Managing Director of Lyncean Holdings, told us his views on the markets.
8.20 am - HKIRC
The Hong Kong Internet Registration Corporation (HKIRC) has released the result of its website utilization survey. CEO Jonathan Shea joins us with advice for companies on how to build effective websites for successful business.
8.25 am - The Asia Entrepreneurship Forum 2012
The Asia Entrepreneurship Forum 2012, a 2-day event in Macau, began yesterday. The forum gathers 400 delegates from countries across the region to discuss Asia's Entrepreneurship Agenda. Our producer, Reenita Malhtora Hora, joins us from there to give an update.