Asian share markets went through a rollercoaster ride on Wednesday amid persisting concerns over the health of China's economy.» Read More
Alka Banerjee, managing director of Strategy & Global Equity Indices at S&P Dow Jones Indices, says China's inclusion into global markets will spark a change in the investment landscape.
David Riedel, president & founder of Riedel Research Group, discusses news that index provider MSCI will not add mainland-listed A-shares in its benchmark emerging market index.
Abrar Mir, managing partner at Quadria Capital Fund, says the $300 million raised for healthcare investments in Asia is "a drop in the ocean" compared to the region's growth rate.
Until the Fed gives a definite date on when it will raise interest rates, the S&P 500 will continue to trade within the range of 2,080 and 2,130, says JJ Kinahan, managing director at TD Ameritrade.
Sri Lanka's finance minister has defended the pace of the country's economic recovery, as a bruising vote of no confidence in the government looms.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, former secretary general of NATO, says a British exit from the European Union will be a "disaster... that would weaken the whole of Europe."
The below-view May inflation data support the view that further interest rate cuts are needed to prop up China's growth, says Johanna Chua, head of Asia Economics & Market Analysis at Citi.
Jim McDonald, chief investment strategist at Northern Trust Asset Management, says it may take a year for the mainland-listed A-shares to be included in the MSCI emerging market index.
Ravi Karunanayake, Minister of Finance of Sri Lanka, says the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe is an act by the opposition to disrupt the country's recovery process.
Ravi Karunanayake, Minister of Finance of Sri Lanka, says the new government has given a "new lease of life" to the country's economy.
From hype to hope, will 2015 be the year for the "Internet of Things" to materialize? CNBC's Martin Soong finds out in this report for the "Asia Tomorrow" special series.
An accommodative monetary policy, which is used to combat the economic slowdown, is elevating the share prices in China, says Richard Clarida, managing director & global strategic advisor at PIMCO.
Richard Clarida, managing director & global strategic advisor at PIMCO, explains the firm's "new neutral" thesis which expects countries to converge toward modest growth in an environment of low interest rates.
The launch of a streaming music service helps Apple to "build a fence" around its iTunes franchise, says Daniel Ives, managing director and senior analyst at FBR Capital Markets.
Tendai Musikavanhu, CEO of One Stone Global, says the index publisher will likely limit China's mainland-listed A-shares to 5 percent of their total China weighting for now.
John De Clue, chief investment officer at U.S. Bank - The Private Client Reserve, says the fall in the dollar was likely due to profit-taking, instead of news that U.S. President Obama said a strong dollar was a problem.
With infrastructure catching up with the booming demand, alongside loosening regulations, airport delays in China are improving, says Neil Book, CEO of JSSI.
Erwin Sanft, head of China Strategy at Macquarie Capital Markets, advises investors to stay overweight on Chinese equities, in particular small to mid-cap shares as well as the property sector.
Kenneth Lo, chairman of Crystal Group, is one of the winners of the "EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2015." He tells CNBC how he built up one of the world's largest garment makers.
South Korea reports new cases of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) outbreak. SBS CNBC's June Yoon reports from Seoul.
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