Meet Fan Bingbing and Deepika Padukone, the two Asian actresses who were featured in the Forbes' rankings of the world's best-paid actresses.
The new Tesla battery pack is unlikely to boost sales much, a Kelley Blue Book expert told CNBC.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte is just focusing on domestic issues while postponing the South China Sea issue, says Independent Economist Andy Xie.
There are certain Chinese sectors that are seeing a concentration of inflows, notes BNP Paribas Investment Partners' Arthur Kwong.
The problems that led to the Chinese stock market sell-off one year ago have not gone away, says independent economist Andy Xie.
Since Tim Cook took the helm five years ago, he has made shareholders very happy by doubling the stock price, says The Motley Fool's Jason Moser.
Invast Australia's Peter Fay says Qantas International has performed well, but the dividends were a bit less than investors were expecting.
The SZ stock connect is one in a series of market reforms that are consistent in direction but inconsistent in pace, says JPMorgan AM's Michael Falcon.
Michael Falcon, CEO of global IM for APAC at JPMorgan Asset Management, says higher volatility in markets will continue given the uncertainty in major economies and geopolitics.
The ASX and the Kospi opened with incremental increases on Wednesday, while Japanese markets were up 0.4 percent.
Dwayne Johnson, the highest-paid actor of 2016, earned $18 million more than top-earning actress Jennifer Lawrence, says Forbes' Natalie Robehmed.
Kelley Blue Book's Karl Brauer points out that Tesla's new $20,000 battery pack is about the same price as an average car in the U.S.
For investors who want to bet on the U.S. consumer-led recovery can focus on small or mid-cap stocks without overseas exposure, says Fiduciary Trust's Peter Andersen.
Relations between China and Taiwan may have soured but the two have been careful not to go too far, says Rupert Hammond-Chambers, Bower Group Asia MD.
The latest set of interim results from China have shown improvements, says Tung Shing Securities' Ivan Li.
Eastspring Investments' Nicholas Ferres expects that the Fed could actually raise rates in September and possibly again in December.
Fears about U.K. property post-Brexit quickly dissipated as investors saw opportunities due to the weaker pound, says Cushman & Wakefield's Kenneth McCarthy.
bitFlyer Founder and CEO Yuzo Kano says there has been a lot more financial institutions getting interested in the virtual currency.
The policy divergence of economies with negative rates and the Fed potentially lifting rates is a challenge, says Peters MacGregor CM's Wayne Peters.
Asian shares were mixed in early trade on Tuesday; the ASX was flat while Nikkei was down 0.22 percent.
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