The current attempt to limit oil supply will likely be extended, but a pick-up in demand is needed to support a bull case for oil, an analyst says.
The dollar stumbled, with analysts pointing to Trump’s failure to usher a health-care reform bill through a seemingly friendly Congress.
Aron Harilela, chairman of Harilela Group, says Hong Kong's new chief executive has to govern within the divisions in society.
Hao Hong of Bank of Communications International says Hong Kong markets are due for a clean-up but punting on shell companies is a profitable strategy.
Bike-sharing start-ups, such as Mobike, are taking over the streets of China. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
Joe Magyer, CIO of Lakehouse Capital, says the odds of meaningful tax reform in the U.S. have shrunk.
Mark Makepeace, CEO of FTSE Russell, says the inclusion of Chinese stocks on global benchmarks is not a matter of if, but when.
Alan Bannister of S&P Global Platts says the OPEC output cut agreement has had benefited oil prices but U.S. shale production continues to overhang.
Jeremy O'Friel, MD of Belmont Investments, says it remains unclear where the 4 percent growth President Trump talks about will come from.
Asian markets tracked lower on Monday, after Republican lawmakers yanked a bill to overhaul the U.S. healthcare system last Friday.
Mark Wilson, group CEO of Aviva, talks about the insurer's digital strategy aimed at shaking things up in Hong Kong.
Michael Tien, New People's Party, and Dennis Kwok, Civic Party, sound off on getting the mainland's trust.
Michael Tien, New People's Party, and Dennis Kwok, Civic Party, weigh in on the divide between the pro-Beijing and pan-democrat camps in Hong Kong.
Michael Tien, New People's Party, and Dennis Kwok, Civic Party, discuss the higher than expected number of ballots cast for Carrie Lam in Hong Kong.
Charles Chao, CEO of Sina, discusses the company's efforts to stamp out inaccurate information on its social media platforms.
Charles Chao, CEO of Sina, talks about U.S.-China trade ties and how videos are central to the growth of the social media company.
Alvin Yueng, Civic Party, and Holden Chow, DAB, respectively make the case for John Tsang and Carrie Lam as the best candidate for the top job.
Alvin Yueng, Civic Party, and Holden Chow, DAB, discuss the 2015 vote that would have given Hongkongers a vote to elect pre-screened candidates for chief executive.
Manufacturing might be diminishing in China but machinery and engineering will remain key sectors, says Hans-Paul Bürkner, The Boston Consulting Group.
Hans-Paul Bürkner of The Boston Consulting Group says "Made in China 2025" needs to target productivity instead of protecting inefficient industries.