The softness in Asian markets is because of profit taking after a strong bull run in the past week, says Ample Capital's ALex Wong. » Read More
Credit Suisse's Bob Parker says Italian banks account for 360 billion to 400 billion euros of the euro zone's 1 trillion euros-worth of non-performing loads.
The U.S. presidential election is an open race because nobody forecast Donald Trump would get this far, says Credit Suisse's Bob Parker.
Asian markets were negative in early trade on Friday, with the Nikkei down nearly 1 percent as the yen strengthened.
The ECB showed its maintaining a pragmatic approach and could even consider public intervention, says JPMorgan Asset Management's Nicholas Wilcox.
The market discounts nearly everything that Fed officials say prior to the FOMC meeting, says Kenneth Polcari from O'Neil Securities.
The fourth night of the RNC will be scripted and structured, as Trump tries to convince voters he's presidential, says O'Neil Securities' Kenneth Polcari.
Dagong Chairman Guan Jianzhong recommends that Beijing sets up a transparent credit rating system to guide the economy towards sustainable debt.
S&P Global Ratings' Terry Chan says there are growing concerns about high-yield corporate debt in China and leveraged finance in the U.S.
Jim Athanasopoulos, CFO and COO of IMax China, says the entertainment sector has generally been insulated from economic malaise.
IMax China's Jim Athanasopoulos says Chinese consumers love both Hollywood blockbusters as well as local language films.
The DOJ's probe into 1MDB assets will have limited political impact in Malaysia because of the lack of information in the local media, says NTU's Oh Ei Sun.
HSBC's Steven Sun explains that his bullishness on H-shares is in part due to increased inflows from the poorly performing China markets.
Telco companies are a good secondary way for investors to get "Pokemon Go" exposure, says Sunrise Brokers' Ben Collett.
Bangchak Petroleum President Chaiwat Kovavisarach explains the firm's decision to expand its renewable energy business through its subsidiary BCPG.
Asian markets will likely take a breather because Asia's economies are not showing a strong recovery, says Mirae Asset Global Investments' Rahul Chadha.
Asian shares opened up Thursday, following Wall Street's higher close with the Dow Jones ending at a record high.
Halliburton had aggressively gained market share during the downturn and is now well-positioned as demand picks up, says KeyBanc Capital Markets' Robin Shoemaker.
Qualcomm is likely to see upside in the next few quarters because of its cost-cutting measures and its new high-end chip, says Charter Equity Research's Edward Snyder.
There is a lot of momentum for stocks as earnings improve and more investors move into equities, says Wells Fargo Funds' Brian Jacobsen.
The Samarco dam disaster forced BHP Billiton to miss its iron ore guidance for 2016, but the mining giant upped production in Australia.
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