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Wayne Gordon, commodities and FX strategist at UBS, explains why he thinks the yen's movements were surprising - especially as BoJ's QE program didn't pick up.
Howard Marks, co-chairman at Oaktree Capital, exclusively reveals the opportunities he sees in the Chinese market as it transitions from its 'teens' to a mature economy.
Randall Kroszner, economics professor at the University of Chicago Booth, says China's transition away from an investment-oriented economy will good for it in the long run.
Manufacturing activity slumped again in China in October although the pace slowed, a closely-watched survey showed Monday.
Viktor Shvets, head of Asian strategy at Macquarie, explains why he's not optimistic on the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.
Joshua Crabb, the head of Asian Equities at Old Mutual Global Investors, outlines the difficulty in managing Indonesia.
Adrian Mowat, chief Asian and EM equity strategist at J.P. Morgan, explains why the markets are still unsure how the Fed will act on rates.
China's massive overcapacity build-up will take many years to digest, slowing growth, says Adrian Mowat, chief Asian and EM equity strategies at J.P. Morgan.
Steven Englander, the global head of G10 FX strategy at Citibank, says the growth outlook for countries depends very much on their commodity consumption.
Wei Li, China economist at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, explains why he believes growth in China will be slow for the next few years.
Activity in China's manufacturing sector unexpectedly contracted in October, fueling fears the economy may cool further in Q4.
Thomas White, president & CEO at Thomas White International, explains why China’s policymakers have much more flexibility than Western central banks.
China has appointed Chen Yulu as the vice governor of central bank, the government said on Friday.
Asian high-yield issuance in the September quarter fell 70 percent from a year earlier to $800 million, according to Moody's.
Beijing may hope for a boom but Chinese have decidedly mixed feelings about the country's famous one-child policy being abandoned.
PM Narendra Modi is personally taking on India's notorious red tape to clear tens of billions of dollars worth of stalled public projects.
Low oil prices will give demand and supply-side incentives for gradual tightening of the market next year, leading to a price hike, says Olav Kolbeinstveit, head of market analysis at Statoil.
The Bank of Japan kept its asset purchase program steady on Friday, confounding some economists who expected new stimulus.
Johanna Chua, Citi's head of Asia economics and market analysis, thinks Japan's growth is still very disappointing and inflation remains below target.
Japan's core consumer prices fell 0.1 percent in September from a year earlier while household spending also slid, government data showed.