Money for Nothing
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On Money for Nothing, we ask Sandra Lee who runs Blackrock's iShares Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) business, about the proliferation of this investment vehicle in Asia. Then we ask Connie Bolland, founder and Chief Economist of Economic Research Analysts what Hong Kong's policy makers should do about inflation. Joining us on the phone is Graham Bibby of Richmond Asset Management. Later Brahma Chellaney, professor at the Centre for Policy Research in New Delhi, sheds light on why water is Asia's new battleground. Send us your questions. (Mon~Fri 8am-8.30am, email@example.com).
8.09 - Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) as an investment tool
Sandra Lee, Head of BlackRock's ishares ETF business, talks about the wide range of choices with this investment tool. ETF investors are looking for yield enhancement in Asian fixed income, gold, real estate and Asian local currencies.
8.15 am - Will a drop in commodities help our inflation problem in Asia?
Connie Bolland of Economic Research Analysts says "inflation to a certain extent can be a good thing because it does signal growth and reinvestment back into the economy." Graham Bibby of Richmond Asset Management weighs on his favorite stocks: branding, casinos and credit cards.
8.25 am -Why water is becoming Asia's new battleground?
Reenita talks to Brahma Chellaney, professor of the Centre for Policy Research in New Delhi about why water is becoming Asia's new battleground.