Investors can invest in the HK-Shanghai Stock Connect as an A-shares proxy, but there are limitations, says Cedar Street AM's Jonathan Brodsky.
JPMorgan's Adrian Mowat identifies the areas China needs to reform before it can become a globally investible emerging market.
Richard Bernstein Advisors' Joe Zidle explains why six months from now, people will look back at the Brexit vote as a nonevent.
U.S. economic data is strong enough for the Fed to hike rates by September and possibly again in December, says Nomura Securities' John Gorman.
Nikko AM's Roger Bridges says the real concern should be the unintended consequences of a Brexit vote and its knock-on effects on Europe.
Asian markets opened lower Wednesday, extending weekly losses as investors await the FOMC decision due later.
Australia and Japan shares stumbled on Tuesday, amid caution before Fed and BOJ meetings and on uncertainty over the Brexit referendum.
CNBC's Bernie Lo and John Rice from General Electric discuss the new direction that the conglomerate is heading towards and why.
John Howard, Former Prime Minister of Australia, discusses whether Washington should consider curbing gun ownership laws following the deadly Orlando massacre.
Malcolm Turnbull's understanding of the economy will be decisive for Australian voters, notes Former Australian Prime Minister John Howards.
Union Medical Healthcare's Gabriel Lee explains that profits fell 14 percent in Q1 because of listing expenses despite a rise in revenue.
Kiwoom Securities' Daniel Yoo explains why South Korean government has cracked down on Lotte Group, and how this has affected its stock prices.
Oreana Private Wealth CIO Norman Chan says some A-share and H-share valuations are attractive but advises investors to patiently wait for the rebound.
The major gaming companies are most likely to thrive in the VR segment in the short-run, says Frank N. Magid Associates' Mike Vorhaus.
Shanghai Gold Exchange's (SGE) Lila Lu explains that many foreign banks lack the gold import license needed to participate in the gold fixing.
The long-term fundamentals of the Asian growth story, particularly Asian consumers, remain intact, says Fidelity International's Medha Samant.
Asian shares were lower Tuesday in early trade on the back of continued risk aversion.
British Gilts will be jittery about the Brexit vote and the looming Fed meeting, says Aberdeen Asset Management Asia's Gareth Nicholson.
Rainmaker Labs' Alex Leong explains that the software update will allow mobile apps to become more interactive through the use of Siri and iMessaging.
Red Option Advisors' Tom White says Salesforce might have been a better acquisition for Microsoft to take market share and build on the cloud business.
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