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Head of Internet & Media Research for Asia at Macquarie, Wendy Huang shares why Alibaba is getting "more and more complicated."
Standard Chartered will continue to review its new headquarter locations, with Singapore a likely choice, says Hugh Young, global head of equities and MD at Aberdeen Asset Management.
There's still value and long-term growth potential in emerging markets, says Hugh Young, global head of equities and MD at Aberdeen Asset Management.
Rodger Baker, VP for Asia Pacific analysis at Stratfor, says the U.S. did not want to "throw monkey wrenches" before the US-China summit, but is now under pressure from Asian allies to act.
The iPhone 7 is likely to drive better growth at Apple in 2016, says Eric Bleeker, senior tech analyst at the Motley Fool.
Andrew Burkly, MD and head of institutional portfolio strategy at Oppenheimer & Co, discusses the changing patterns in U.S. markets after a rebound in early October.
Americans who are apprehensive about their economic prospects are looking for a very different president, explains Mitch Daniels, president of Purdue University.
Lawrence Ho, CEO of Melco Crown Entertainment, explains why he's opened a third casino resort in Macau, where the gaming market has weakened.
Vera Eve Lim, CFO of Bank Danamon and a member of CNBC's CFO Council, says net profits for the first three quarters were lower on changes in loan trends, but that there were also positive trends emerging.
Adrian Zuercher, executive director and head of asset allocation for Asia at UBS, says factors including policy support and Japan Inc restructuring will drive domestic equities up.
Chris Bogart, CEO at Burford Capital, explains how the company provides corporations with funding to engage in lawsuits.
Amos Hochstein, special envoy for the Bureau of Energy Resources at the U.S. Department of State, says natural gas prices have remained resilient despite projections of increased supply.
Emerging markets can experience shorter and sharper business cycles than developed countries, says John Greenwood, chief economist at Invesco.
John Greenwood, chief economist at Invesco and 'father of the Hong Kong-dollar peg', explains why currency pegs are ideal for the Balkan states.
S. Iswaran, Singapore's Trade and Industry Minister, discusses the city-state's economy, including the impact of the haze crisis.
Richard Harris, chief executive of Port Shelter Investment Management, says it is hard to tell whether China has bottomed.
The recent rebound was largely driven by large-cap stocks, not an broad-based recovery, warns Margaret Patel, senior portfolio manager and MD at Wells Fargo Advantage Funds.
Asian stocks mostly extended their rally on Monday after another rate cut in China fueled risk appetite.
Aaron Connelly, research fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy, outlines key discussion topics between Joko Widodo and U.S. President Barack Obama.
China's life insurance stocks, particularly China Life, are attractive because of their high beta, says Raymond Jook, MD at Avant Capital.
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