Japan's largest IPO this year, Kyushu Railway, turned out to be just the ticket for yield-starved investors, taking the fast track higher on Tuesday.
Chinese leaders are holding a secretive meeting now as Xi Jinping sets out to consolidate power and enforce his stance against graft.
Unlikely, says the Council on Foreign Relations' J. Berkshire Miller, as Japan's relations with the Philippines have been economic rather than defense-based.
Xiaomi's Mi Note 2 is unlikely to win over users of the more high-end Galaxy Note 7 that has been recalled, says IDC's Tay Xiaohan.
Markets are likely to trade sideways until the U.S. election, which should bring about a flurry of activity, says AXA Investment Managers' Mark Tinker.
Meralco PowerGen's Aaron Domingo talks about power supply security and renewable energy in the Philippines.
As more online shoppers want goods from abroad, crossborder payments services are needed to facilitate such transactions, says Raymond Qu, CEO of Geoswift.
Ken Brinsden, MD & CEO at Pilbara Minerals talks about the Australian miner's Pilgangoora lithium project and the future of the lithium ion battery.
Participation of retail investors in Kyushu Railway's IPO suggests reflationary signals in the economy, says Naomi Fink, CEO at Europacifica Consulting.
Asian markets open mixed on Tuesday, with the Japanese and Australian markets in the green but the Kospi down by 0.27 percent.
Robust natural gas supplies do not justify price indexation, so low prices are the main way to beat competitors, says Charif Souki of Tellurian Investments.
Donald Trump has been anti-trade for no good reason, says American Apparel & Footwear Association's Rick Helfenbein.
Current earnings are strong as markets are through the inventory correction that has depressed earnings in previous quarters, says AB's Vadim Zlotnikov.
AT&T must emphasize consumer demand to get its blockbuster acquisition of Time Warner past regulators, Wells Fargo Securities says.
Keki Mistry, vice chairman and CEO of HDFC, talks about India's interest rates, its new goods and services tax and the possibility of introducing REITs.
Party discipline is on the official agenda, but leadership succession and China's economy will be key discussion points, says Joseph Cheng, political analyst.
Ernesto Pernia, the Philippines' socioeconomic planning secretary, says his country's rebalance toward "Asian integration" is not a snub to the U.S.
Expect greater volatility in Japanese markets as it moves toward the U.S. style of earnings announcements, says Point72 AM's Marc Desmidt.
Market watchers are watching to see what Xi Jinping's direction for the Chinese economy will be, says Marc Desmidt, CEO at Point72 Asset Management.
Damien Criddle, CEO at GLX, talks about how his exchange provides a marketplace that makes LNG transactions more efficient.
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