China needs sounder fundamentals and not a major currency devaluation or a big stimulus, says IMF's director of monetary and capital markets, Jose Vinals.
Synthetic rubber gloves are getting more popular, particularly with buyers in the U.S. and Europe, says Top Glove Executive Director, Lim Cheong Guan.
Governments, companies and individuals need to do more to address challenges from rising life expectancy, says Mercer president and CEO, Julio Portalatin.
Indonesia's economy is doing well but the flow-through to diverse companies is yet to be seen, says Lippo Karawaci executive director, Mark Wong.
Manulife Asset Management's global market strategist Geoff Lewis, weighs in on the surprise MAS move.
Asian markets are in the green with South Korean markets rising after the ruling party was defeated in a parliamentary election on Wednesday.
JPMorgan's Q1 earnings beat expectations but fee-based businesses are likely to struggle through to Q3 says Morningstar equity analyst Dan Werner.
The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan is eyeing more investments in Asia after taking a stake in India's Snapdeal earlier this year, says CEO Ron Mock.
Ron Mock, CEO of Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, Canada's largest single profession pension plan-talks about the fund's investment strategy.
Evaluate technology stocks based on the consumption they generate, says OppenheimerFunds' chief economist and senior investment officer, Jerry Webman.
The market is still uncertain about banks post Global Financial Crisis, says OppenheimerFunds' chief economist and senior investment officer, Jerry Webman.
Asia markets traded higher on Wednesday, after a rise in oil prices boosted Wall Street and China trade data showed exports climbed in March.
Origin Energy CEO, Grant King, talks about the challenges for the LNG industry including cyclical price movements and cost management.
Economist Intelligence Unit's China lead analyst, Tom Rafferty, assesses local government debt in China.
Investors have moved on from China are now focusing on risk in other parts of the world, says Deutsche Asset Management's Asia-Pacific CIO, Sean Taylor.
Tourists now want personal relationships with locals when travelling, says The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels CEO, Clement Kwok.
International events like Art Basel and Hong Kong Sevens are tourist attractions the city needs, says The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels CEO Clement Kwok.
The strong Japanese yen may contribute to lower spending from inbound tourists, says BNP Paribas Securities' Mikihiko Yamato.
Slow reforms in Japan are prompting an excessive focus on the yen, says J.P. Morgan's chief Asian and emerging market equity strategist, Adrian Mowat.
LNG prices are unlikely to catch up with oil prices gains due to a supply glut, says Wood Mackenzie's vice president of global gas and LNG research, Noel Tomnay.