There were evident signs of a slowdown in Indonesia since the second half of 2014 due to external factors such as slower growth in China, says Mari Pangestu, former Minister of Trade for Indonesia.
Michael Shifter, president of 'Inter-American Dialogue', explains why it is unrealistic to think that full normalization of ties between the U.S. and Cuba will be achieved in the short term.
Marty Mosby, director of bank & equity strategies at Vining Sparks, discusses the corporate earnings of major U.S. investment banks in the second quarter.
David Garrity, principal at GVA Research, explains why PayPal looks attractive over the next 6-12 months.
Hugh Johnson, chairman and chief investment Officer of Hugh Johnson Advisors, says IBM's quarterly earnings indicate a lackluster outlook for the company.
Speaking to CNBC at the FutureChina Global Forum 2015 in Singapore, Foo Jixun, managing partner at GGV Capital, explains why tighter controls won't dampen the development of internet financing in China.
Benjamin Pedley, head of Investment Strategy, Asia at HSBC Private Bank and Andrew Freris, CEO of Ecognosis Advisory, debate the Chinese authorities' intervention in the stock market.
George Yeo, chairman of Kerry Logistics and former Foreign Minister of Singapore, discusses his new book titled "George Yeo and Bonsai, Banyan and the Tao."
Insurers have been conservative in their investments in China, focusing mainly on government bonds, so they are unlikely to be hurt by a corporate default in China, says Clarence Wong, Asia-Pacific chief economist at Swiss Re.
Jonathan Barratt, CIO at Ayers Alliance Securities, says the fall below $1,150 an ounce indicates that gold prices may see further downside.
David Gaud, senior portfolio manager at Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management, says Greece's debt crisis will take time to be resolved and outlines his investment strategy in European markets.
Christophe Crombez, consulting professor at The Europe Center of Stanford University's Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, discusses Greece's next step.
With the Fed making it clear that they will raise interest rates, the dollar will continue to gain, says Michael Every, head of Financial Markets Research for Asia-Pacific at Rabobank.
James Tan, chief operating officer of Beijing-based startup Jetbay, discusses the potential of China's inbound tourism sector.
Despite the recent market selloff, China's ultra-rich are still attracted to Hong Kong companies, says Jackson Wong, associate director with United Simsen Securities.
Matthew Hegarty, senior analyst at Antipodes Global Investment Partners, likes European equities because of factors such as a weaker currency.
John Dohm, chairman of the Board at Miami Association of Realtors, discusses the interest from Chinese investors for property in Miami.
Tobias Harris, analyst at Teneo Intelligence, discusses the approval of a controversial security bill to expand the role of Japan's military and the ongoing protests against the legislative changes.
Digital disruption has fueled significant changes in some traditional industries, but is it overrated? CNBC's Martin Soong poses that question to a panel of guests in this episode of "Asia Tomorrow."
Among the European Union members, Germany, Finland and Holland may vote 'No' to Greece's new rescue package, says Charles Ries, Former U.S. Ambassador to Greece from 2004-2007.
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