FTSE Russell's CEO, Mark Makepeace, discusses how to trade Chinese A-shares and H-shares with CNBC's Martin Soong.
Oil prices could hit the mid-$20s a barrel range by the summer before they pick up, says CEF Holdings chairman and CEO, Warren Gilman.
Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross is among the players predicting oil will languish in the mid-$30s after the Doha summit ended without a deal.
Oil may diverge from other basic materials as stimulus in China get some traction, says Old Mutual Global Investors' Asian equities head, Joshua Crabb.
Asian markets are in the red, with oil prices plunging after the world's largest oil-producing countries failed to strike a deal to freeze output.
The key driver for the dollar is Chinese growth, says BNP Paribas's Asia head for foreign exchange and interest rate strategy, Mirza Baig.
Oil prices are likely to move into the mid-$30s a barrel range, says Swiss Asia Capital Singapore's MD and CIO, Juerg Kiener.
There are opportunities for foreign investors as Indonesia looks to scale up infrastructure, says UK MP and trade envoy to the country, Richard Graham.
Until Iran achieves target output-unlikely by OPEC's June meeting-any oil deal is unlikely, says WL Ross & Co.'s chairman and CEO, Wilbur Ross.
Noble Group has had a difficult year after criticism of its accounting practices hit the stock, but at least one analyst is bullish.
The U.S. will gain from a big Asia trade deal, despite the rhetoric from presidential candidates, a top exec at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce says.
China is cutting customs duties, while luxury brands are aligning their prices worldwide to deal with price imbalances, says Bluebell Group CFO, Pierre Buet.
Chinese luxury consumers are a lot more discerning now, says Bluebell Group CFO, Pierre Buet.
Chinese capital flight is due to risk aversion, not moves by the U.S. Federal Reserve, says Orient Capital Research managing director, Andrew Collier.
Deutsche Bank chief economist and head of equity strategy for China, Zhang Zhiwei, discusses China's data and issues with CNBC's Bernie Lo.
Anti-trade rhetoric from candidates is "complicating things," says the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's senior VP for Asia, Tami Overby.
The big question is if China is on the right trajectory in its long-term economic shift, says Cornell University's trade policy professor, Eswar Prasad.
Emerging markets offer an "amazing: combination of growth, value and yield not found in many other markets, says East Capital co-founder and CEO, Karine Hirn.
Asian markets are mixed in early trade as investors looked ahead to the release of China's Q1GDP numbers, due at 10 a.m. HK/SIN time.
Noble shares are now priced at a 'massive discount' to book value, says Religare Capital Markets' research director, Nirgunan Tiruchelvam.