Asian stocks closed sharply in the red, led by a heavy afternoon sell off in the Chinese market as the regulatory body went after brokerages.» Read More
Singaporeans react on social media as the Southeast Asian city-state sees a recurrence of severe air pollution.
As the relationship between the U.S. and China grows in importance, it is valuable for American students to have related work experiences in China, says Daniel Nivern, co-founder of CRCC Asia.
Robert Horrocks, CIO & portfolio manager at Matthews Asia, says stock markets in China and Hong Kong still look attractive compared to other markets in the region.
Allan Zeman, chairman of Lan Kwai Fong Group, discusses the state of democracy in Hong Kong ahead of the first anniversary of the Occupy Central protests next Monday.
Allan Zeman, chairman of Lan Kwai Fong Group, expects a tightening in U.S. monetary policy and rising housing supply to bring down property prices in Hong Kong.
Ray Barros, CEO of Ray Barros Trading Group, says the S&P 500 is poised to retest the 2,067 level.
Terry Ho, CFO of Xtep, says the mainland's sportswear sector is showing signs of recovery after a consolidation and as accumulated inventory at the retail end were cleared.
Bill Maldonado, CIO for Asia Pacific at HSBC Global Asset Management, says markets in North Asia such as South Korea and Taiwan offer better value than their Southeast Asian peers.
Fed chair Janet Yellen's comments about the U.S. economy looking "generally solid" are positive for risk assets, says Bill Maldonado, CIO for Asia Pacific at HSBC Global Asset Management.
Evan Feigenbaum, vice chairman of the Paulson Institute, discusses whether Chinese President Xi Jinping's state visit brought about any progress in U.S.-China business relations.
Bill Adams, senior international economist at PNC Financial Services Group, says the depreciation of the yen will eventually offset the impact of lower oil prices on Japan's consumer inflation.
John Buckingham, CIO of AFAM Capital, says the Fed will likely raise rates in December after Fed chair Janet Yellen said a rate hike "sometime later this year" would be appropriate.
Matthias Mueller, the CEO of German luxury sports carmaker Porsche, is expected to be named as the new boss of Volkswagen. CNBC's Nancy Hulgrave reports.
Paul Pong, managing director of Pegasus Fund Managers, likes military stocks because China will likely increase its military budget. He also thinks the 'One belt, one road' initiative will lift sectors such as infrastructure.
Thomas Poullaouec, managing director and head of strategy and research for Asia Pacific at State Street Global Advisors, explains why markets could return to a "normal environment next week."
Nick Paris, director and portfolio manager at LIM Advisors, wants AMP to address the discount between the net asset value of the China Growth Fund and its current trading price.
While China's industrial and construction sectors have had a hard landing, the domestic service sector is "holding up reasonably well," says Michala Marcussen, head of global economics at Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking.
Tai Hui, chief Asia market strategist at JP Morgan, says the Fed's inaction signals a lack of confidence in the U.S. economy. He later discusses the possibility of further stimulus in Europe.
Yusuf Azizullah, CEO at Global Board Advisors Corp, doubts that Volkswagen's emissions scandal is an "isolated situation" that only involved a few employees.
Copycat Apple stores are peddling fake models of the latest iPhone ahead of the highly-anticipated release of the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6s Plus on Friday.
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