IMA Asia's Richard Martin says gun control policies will be a divisive factor for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the lead up to the U.S. elections.
The Painters: Hero company manager Kim Hyunji explains how the concept of live painting performances came about.
U.S. jobs data might be positive, but inflation rates are much lower, which is keeping the yield curve flat, says Westpac Bank's Sean Callow.
U.S. Bank Private Client Reserve's Jeffrey Kravetz expects a U.S. earnings recovery in the second-half of 2016 on the back of higher consumer spending.
Sydney hosts Vivid, an annual outdoor lighting festival with multimedia light sculptures at various iconic locations in the city.
A Cereal Foundation's Harris Markowitz explains that Snapchat users are receptive to content that they actually want to see, and not intrusive ads.
China's M&A activity could hit a record high this year, as firms increasingly look to the U.S. for potential deals, says Macquarie's Erwin Sanft.
VF Corporation's Aidan O'Meara notes that markets adjacent to China are seeing softness in retail spending due to changing Chinese tourism trends.
Firms still believe than an inhouse database is safer than a cloud-based database, explains Works Applications America and Singapore's Hiroyuki Komatsu.
Kapstream Capital's Steve Goldman says he agrees with Carl Icahn about the need for governments to push for fiscal measures to support monetary policy.
Asian markets open lower Friday following Wall Street's weaker finish.
PureFunds' Andrew Chanin says the Gamr ETF helps investors capture the growth in the gaming industry, which is now much more than just entertainment.
CNBC's Uptin Saiidi reports on the rise of PC gaming in Asia which is giving the premium PC segment and online gaming platforms a lift.
Attractive IPO deals are for more liquid firms with good valuations and a sustainable growth strategy, notes Renaissance Capital's Kathleen Smith.
Cantor Fitzgerald' Bill Nichols notes that caution in U.S. equity markets has been ticking up in the face of the same negative sentiments.
Moneymorning.com Keith Fitz-gerald says as long as central banks are still easing, investors should remain in the market to capture growth.
Brazil held interest rates steady at near-10-year high of 14.25%, but economists expect small cuts to come.
Natixis' Trinh Nguyen says the timing of BOK's rate cut is interesting, given that the government just announced a recapitalization plan for state banks.
Commerzbank's Hao Zhou says China's inflation rates are still fairly soft and expects China's central bank to maintain an easing bias.
Expectations of additional stimulus could offset concerns over asset prices being overvalued, says Taurus Wealth Advisors' Michael Preiss.
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