President Park Geun-Hye, under fire in what critics are calling the nation's biggest political scandal, may be digging herself into a deeper hole.
The University of Hong Kong's Danny Gittings talks about the LegCo oath-taking drama and its impact on Hong Kong independence.
Alibaba's "Singles' Day" shopping event will drive the company's Q4 revenue momentum, says Chi Tsang, head of China internet research at HSBC.
It is unlikely that bidding wars will break out over sale of distressed seller Valeant's assets, says H.C. Wainwright & Co's Raghuram Selvaraju.
William Ma, CIO at Noah Holdings (Hong Kong) and Gopher AM, talks about the impact of the U.S. election on Chinese markets and global trade in Asia.
Commodities traders need to focus on their main trading business by cutting debt and capex, says Religare Capital Markets' Nirgunan Tiruchelvam.
The only way out for Prsident Park Geun-hye might be to step down, says Sung-Yoon Lee, professor at The Fletcher School, Tufts University.
It's not that people don't want free trade, it's that they just want fairer free trade, says Napier Investment Advisors' Ron Napier.
Asian markets opened lower on Thursday, tracking losses from the U.S. markets on the back of tightening presidential election polls.
Wunderlich Securities' Matthew Harrigan talks about the prospects of the Time Warner-AT&T deal being approved by regulators.
Voter turnout will be higher based on tension resulting from and the perceived consequences of this election, says SurveyMonkey's Jon Cohen.
Jon Cohen, SVP of survey research at SurveyMonkey, talks about polling in the individual states and the down-ballot elections.
Scott Nations, CIO at NationsShares, says results this week have been a little disappointing, after the season started strongly.
The market doesn't like that the prospect of a Trump win rearing its head again after being written off, says Scott Nations, CIO at NationsShares.
Shares of the newly spun-off Yum China rallied on their first day of trade but strategists warn of dark clouds ahead.
Greg Koch, co-founder of Stone Brewing, talks about the appeal of craft beers and how Asian consumers are seeking out these bespoke, artisanal alternatives.
Altai Khangai, CEO of the Mongolian Stock Exchange, explains how the stock exchange provides cheaper access to capital for businesses than bank loans.
Consumer spending on necessities will shift to spending on cars, luxury goods and financial services, says Dan Wang, analyst at EIU.
The impact of a December Fed rate hike on markets is likely to be minimal as it's been hinted at for a long time, says Manulife AM's Geoff Lewis.
CSR MD Rob Sindel tells how the building products division helped to drive overall earnings and explains the noise around the decline in building approvals.