Felicity Emmett, senior economist at ANZ, says outside the housing market, other economic indicators in Australia appear weak.
Coca Cola is banking on billionaire Warren Buffett's image as it rolls out Cherry Coke in China for the first time. Sophia Yan reports.
Michael Fernandes, LeapFrog Investments, talks about the digital transition India is taking in the payments space.
Simon Flowers, chairman of Wood Mackenzie, says LNG prices are unlikely to rise anytime soon due to the increase in supply in the market.
Elizabeth Spomer, president of Jordan Cove LNG, says the industry will require additional supply by mid-2023.
Beat Wittmann, Porta Advisors, says the political event risk in Europe has been vastly overestimated.
Beat Whittmann, Porta Advisors, says pragmatism is likely to prevail when Presidents Xi and Trump meet later in the week.
Andra Gillespie, associate professor at Emory University, weighs in on the showdown over President Trump's Supreme Court pick.
Karl Brauer, Kelley Blue Book, says cars, unlike trucks, are not giving automakers the profits they want to see.
The Fed is unlikely to surprise but the ECB could, says Michael Kelly, Pinebridge Investments.
Asian markets opened mixed on Wednesday, following slight declines overnight on Wall Street.
James Crabtree, a research fellow, explains why denying companies in the US the ability to hire foreign skilled workers doesn't make sense.
Emmanuel Vivant, MD of Hong Kong Tramways, talks about how the tram operator is modernizing even while retaining its affordable HK$2.30 fares.
Uptin Saiidi takes a closer look at the environmentally-friendly trams that help 200,000 commuters get around Hong Kong every day.
Bruce Bennett, senior defense analyst at RAND, weighs in on what to expect for U.S.-China negotiations over North Korea later this week.
A Special Economic Zone (SEZ) will be established in Hebei in a bid to support economic transition in the country. Sophia Yan reports.
Daniel Morris, BNP Paribas, says high multiples in the U.S. suggests that investors should look at other markets around the world.
Anne Anderson, UBS Asset Management, says the likelihood of tapering from the ECB has increased and could take place as soon as late this year.
James Crabtree, research fellow at the National University of Singapore, says changes in the H-1B visa application reflect a wider change in attitudes.
Catherine Yeung, Fidelity International, talks corporate governance in Chinese companies and the emerging markets she's overweight on.