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Japan's trading houses' have cut about 12.5 percent of the assets accumulated in the last six and a half years, says Pham Thanh Ha, Japan equity analyst from Jefferies.
Major commodities such as copper, iron ore and oil still face slowing demand with excess supply, says Michael Spencer from Deutsche Bank.
Deutsche Bank's Michael Spencer explains that China eased rules to bring cash into China but made it harder for money to flow out.
Precautionary measures against the Zika virus will protect employees and customers, says Vinay Dube, senior VP for Asia at Delta Air Lines.
Yusuf Azizullah, CEO of Global Board Advisors, explains the politics behind Sharp-Foxconn potential takeover deal.
Some investors are speculating on large outflows from China, says Old Mutual Global Investors's Joshua Crabb.
More financial services firms are snapping up Super Bowl advertising time this year, remarks Jon Swallen, chief research officer at Kantar Media.
Middle class wages remain stagnant while labor force participation is still declining, says Betsey Stevenson, a former economic adviser to Obama.
Investors should focus on the longer trend of job growth, says Betsey Stevenson, formerly on Obama's Council of Economic Advisers from 2013-2015.
Alex Young, investment strategist at OppenheimerFunds, explains that markets are stabilizing because a lot of bad news was priced in earlier.
Most Asian markets closed up on Thursday, following a mostly higher finish on Wall Street overnight amid an oil price surge.
Retailers in Hong Kong face a real crisis: canny shoppers don't think they're cool enough.
Benzhong Tang from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, explains how he developed an AIE fluorescent material dyes cancer cells, making them easier to track.
Lenovo's smartphone business is not a sustainable source of growth for the Chinese company, says Nam Hyung Kim, MD of Arete Research Asia.
Australia's Trade Minister Andrew Robb doubts the World Bank's economic metrics that suggest that the TPP deal might not be as beneficial as expected.
Market fundamentals have not changed but investors sentiment remains a key risk, says Medha Samant from Fidelity International.
Eric Shimp, policy advisor at Alston & Bird, outlines several factors that will make Congress taifying the TPP deal a real challenge.
The greenback's overnight trading fall was meaningful enough to confirm the end of the dollar bull run, says Benjamin Pedley from HSBC Private Bank.
Michael Froman, U.S. Trade Representative, says the TPP deal is an opportunity to set high standards across the region, such as improving labor and environmental policies.
Wong Wai Ming, CFO of Lenovo and CNBC's Global CFO Council member, talks about the company's outlook and challenges ahead including FX volatility and challenging global economy.
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