PCCW's BG Srinivas says a Brexit would impact the firm's Europe expansion strategy, as U.K. is viewed as the main hub for Europe.
Softbank will likely be more concentrated with its internet investments after Nikesh Arora's abrupt departure, says T. Rowe Price's Joshua Spencer.
Ryde's Terence Zou talks to CNBC about how the app matches drivers with riders heading in the same direction with a subscription-fee model.
Deutsche AM's Sean Taylor says China's new regulation, which allows foreign firms to issue shares on mainland markets, is part of its market reform.
PropertyGuru CEO Steve Melhuish says governments in Singapore and Hong Kong are trying to ensure a more sustainable property market.
Iran Air is keen to replace its existing fleet after decades of sanctions but financing might be a problem, says RBC Capital Markets' Robert Stallard.
China has been opportunistic about adjusting the yuan midpoint lower, but there is no big devaluation ahead, reckons HSBC"s Frederic Neumann.
The Fed's mandate has expanded to include financial stability since the 2008 financial crisis, HSBC's Frederic Neumann says.
Asian markets were flat to lower in early trade, with participants eyeing the Brexit referendum on Thursday.
Hogan Lovells Global CEO Steve Immelt says in the event of a Brexit, there are 45 years of agreements and deals that need a relook.
Former SNP Deputy Leader Jim Sillars argues that even if there is a Brexit, trading with the EU would not be very different.
The Fed should not be concerned with market valuations, just jobs and inflation, says MFS Investment Management's Jim Swanson.
Most SMEs believe exiting the EU is a positive, while larger corporates are more anxious about a Brexit, says East & Partners' Martin Smith.
Some Chinese property developers have been expanding heavily into the new property cycle which worsens their debt profile, says S&P Global Ratings' Christopher Yip.
British voters are likely to make a Brexit decision based on the economic impact on their own pockets, says John Jooste from Bank of Singapore.
After a scrappy primaries campaign, Donald Trump is now developing a strategy for 50 states, says Milken Institute President Richard Ditizio.
Around the world, societies are expressing discontentment with the establishment, says Milken Institute President Richard Ditizio.
Investors can take advantage of the volatility and accumulate positions on stocks with attractive valuations, says Maple-Brown Abbott's Geoff Bazzan.
Asian shares were lower Tuesday; Nikkei was down as the yen continued to strengthen around 103 levels against the dollar.
Most Chinese investors look to buy U.K. real-estate for education purposes and because it's a long-term trend, a British exit from the EU is unlikely to dent demand.
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