China's economy is growing at a "reasonable" pace and the government can handle well the risks the country faces, Premier Li Keqiang said in remarks published late Saturday.» Read More
China's inflation prices have fallen to a five year low in December. Geoff Dennis, head of GEM equity strategy at UBS discusses why he recommends it for 2015.
Asia has the ability to self-sustain, which makes a return of 2013's taper tantrum unlikely as the Fed moves closer to a rate hike, says Medha Samant, Investment Director of Asian Equities at Fidelity Worldwide Investment.
China's annual consumer inflation hovered at a near five-year low of 1.5 percent in December, signalling persistent weakness in the economy.
Will Oswald, Global Head of Fixed Income, Credit and Commodities at Standard Chartered, says China is in need of more stimulus as low inflation persists, but authorities need to avoid sparking a surge in equities.
Michala Marcussen, Global Head of Economics at Societe Generale and Lim Say Boon, Chief Investment Officer at DBS Private Bank, discuss the risks of a hard landing in the mainland.
A look at North Korea's growing, not-so-isolated economy, and key reasons Kim Jong Un is feeling good after three years in power.
CNBC's Steve Liesman breaks down the headwinds and tailwinds facing the U.S. economy.
Geoff Lewis, Global Market Strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, explains his optimism for Asian economies to withstand potential rises in U.S. interest rates.
Roman Scott, Chairman at The Calamander Group, discusses the odds of an opposition win amid great dissastisfaction for the current regime under President Mahinda Rajapaksa.
Mikihiko Yamato, Deputy Head of Research, Japan Retail at SG-Ji, outlines his expectations for Fast Retailing's first quarter results due Thursday and discusses the firm's expansion in the U.S..
Government bond yields in the U.S., Europe and Japan are plumbing lows, suggesting a flight to safety, but analysts aren't ready to hit the panic button.
Malaysia's outlook is set to deteriorate in 2015 following three years of robust growth, and experts say it's not just due to crashing oil prices.
While mainland investors have built in "a QE-type of expectation", Hong Kong investors have yet to do so. If that materializes, HK-traded Chinese stocks may get a boost, says Vincent Chan, Head of China Equity Research at Credit Suisse.
Daryl Liew, head of portfolio management at REYL Singapore, expects Prime Minister Abe to push through some difficult structural reforms like corporate tax cuts in Japan this year.
Peter Boardman, Managing Director at Tradewinds, expects a 3-4 percent rise in wages from April onwards, which will subsequently lead to improvements in Japan's consumption spending.
India faces a tough feat of achieving its fiscal deficit target this year, but major banks have voiced their confidence in the government.
China's stock market is no longer like a casino — it's behaving more like the US market, according to research from these NYU Stern professors.
Investors are buying into bonds because they are worried about equities, valuations and falling oil prices, says Kumar Palghat, Founder & Director of Kapstream Capital.
Todd Elmer, Currency Strategist at Citi, believes that the Malaysian ringgit will continue to underperform amid lower oil prices. Hence investors should continue to short the currency.
Vishnu Varathan, Senior Economist at Mizuho Bank, outlines the double whammy that will contribute to a "distinct deceleration" in Malaysia's growth for the year ahead.