Office occupancy rates in Singapore might be down, but that's not stopping commercial real estate developers just yet. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi explains.
The Fed is expected to hike rates at its next policy meeting, weighing on gold, but the hikes are unlikely to beat inflation, said a fund manager.
StanChart Bank's David Mann weighs in on how U.S. jobs data may affect the Fed's views.
Coss Marte, CEO & co-founder of ConBody, tells how a stint in prison inspired him to start anew.
Grant Govertsen, MD at Union Gaming Group, tells how new casinos in Macau contribute to growth.
The Shenzhen Connect is a milestone in the history of China's equity markets, says Karine Hirn at East Capital.
The need for the U.S. to trade with the rest of the world will remain intact, says Jim Newsome, CEO of the South Carolina Ports Authority.
Gold prices might have come down but they also depend on cross rates globally, says Ned Naylor-Leyland at Old Mutual Gold & Silver Fund.
There's been some reprieve for emerging markets, but more clarity in U.S. policy is needed, says Roubini Global Economics' Rachel Ziemba.
Asian markets opened in the red on Friday, with the Nikkei down by 0.42 percent and leading the losses.
The political fallout of a 'no' vote in Italy's reform referendum would be less than it has been made out to be, says Luigi Scazzieri at the Centre for European Reform.
Nonfarm payrolls data is expected to be between 165,000 and 170,000 jobs, says Stifel Fixed Income's Lindsey Piegza.
Higher yields and upcoming event risks, like the Italian referendum, could put a damper on the markets, says Doug Gordon of Russell Investments.
Once again, data upholds India's ranking as the world's fastest-growing economy. But the South Asian giant can't retain that title for long.
On World AIDS Day, UNAIDS' Steve Kraus says there's more to be done.
Conor Yang, CFO at Chinese online travel platform Tuniu, talks about the company's quarterly earnings.
StanChart needs needs to control asset quality, find growth and cut costs, says Huarong International Securities' Jackson Wong.
Live-streaming could grow into a $5 billion industry in China by 2017, according to Credit Suisse.
China still faces structural problems even as the manufacturing space holds steady, says Yifan Hu at UBS WM.
China's economy continued to show signs of stabilization in November with two separate manufacturing surveys released Thursday performing better-than-expected.
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