Asia markets open higher on Wednesday, with the Nikkei gaining 1.43 percent early.
The U.S. has considerable military assets in the Asia region, including in the Philippines, Australia and Japan, says former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel.
A bilateral deal would be a concern, because basic laws such as freedom of navigation should be respected, says former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel.
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel says as a Law of the Sea Treaty signatory, China will have to relinquish its rights to any contested territory.
In the short-term, it's hard to gauge the impact that Brexit and Fed uncertainties have on demand, says Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co's James Cakmak.
Investors expect corporate earnings to come in strong and fundamentals to improve in the second-half, says Hodges Small Cap Fund's Eric Marshall.
There's no evidence of dual listings boosting share prices, warns Mohshin Aziz of Maybank Investment Bank.
Onshore Chinese bonds are attractive & under-invested, according to Bryan Collins of Fidelity International.
Abe will unveil new reforms and stimulus packages following his election victory, says Arthur Kwong of BNP Paribas Investment Partners.
China State Construction International Holdings (CSI) secured the top spot for the industrial sector in the annual survey. Executive director Hung Cheung Shew explains the firm's growth strategy.
Brian Hamilton of Sageworks believes the IPO will go well, citing the app's strong cash flow and its fair pricing given the current bull market.
Asian markets may become new safe haven assets against a backdrop of high market volatility, according to Joshua Crabb of Old Mutual Global Investors.
Asian equity markets kicked off Tuesday trading higher following Wall Street's rally.
Mike Moore, former Prime Minister of New Zealand, notes that the country's trade with the U.K. is no longer as strong as it once was.
Charles Bradford of Bradford Research explains why $11 is fair value for Alcoa.
Tony Scherrer of Smead Capital Management discusses the drivers behind the U.S. equity rally.
Soft China inflation data has sparked speculation the economic giant may join the ranks of various central banks in cutting interest rates.
China needs to ease further in order to hit its GDP targets and incentivize the private sector to invest more, says Commerzbank's Hao Zhou.
Hong Kong and China IPO markets appear to have benefited from the Brexit uncertainty, notes Parry International Trading MD Gavin Parry.
The Japanese PM will likely introduce infrastructure projects ahead of the Olympics to stimulate the economy, says Union Bancaire Privée's Kieran Calder.