Asian markets lost momentum on Friday, shedding arly morning gains as data from Japan and China did little to inspire investor confidence.» Read More
Johanna Chua, head of Asia economics & market analysis at Citi, discusses the State Council's announcement that China will allow the yuan to trade in a wider range against the dollar.
Global commodity prices are grinding lower on the back of a stronger greenback, rising worries about oversupply and a weak demand, says Daniel Morgan, global commodities analyst at UBS.
Robert Rennie, global head of FX strategy at Westpac Bank, expects factors such as the persisting slide in commodity prices and questionable growth in China to accelerate the fall in commodity currencies.
Christoffer Moltke-Leth, director of global sales trading at Saxo Capital Markets, outlines the factors hurting market sentiment and explains why he's concerned about China's short-term outlook.
The meltdown in Chinese stocks last month will not dent the growth story in the world's second-biggest economy, the boss of AIA Group said.
A sell-off unfolded in Asia's stock markets on Friday, hit by a triple whammy of U.S. losses, a continued slump in commodities and soft Chinese data.
CP Leung, chief executive of Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong, introduces the highlights at this year's event, such as Sony's Project Morpheus and Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system.
Hao Hong, managing director of research & chief strategist at Bank of Communications International, discusses the winning streak in China's stock market this week.
Speaking to CNBC from Hong Kong's Ani-Com & Games expo, Hiroyuki Oda, deputy president of Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia, introduces the company's virtual reality headset - Project Morpheus.
Max Wolff, chief economist & strategist at Manhattan Venture Partners, attributes Amazon's upbeat results to lower operating expenses and growth in areas such as the Prime membership and web services.
Peter Saleh, managing director of Restaurants Research at BTIG, says disappointing results in the U.S. and China will continue to weigh on the fast food giant's stock.
Seijiro Takeshita, professor of management and information at University of Shizuoka, says the Japanese media group is hoping to beef up its "regional weakness" with the purchase of the FT Group.
Ken Peng, Asia investment strategist at Citi Private Bank, explains why there could be a shift in China's anti-corruption crackdown in the near future.
Apart from earning $16 million before taxes and interest each year, the acquisition of Perisher offers a "terrific connection" between the resorts in Australia and the U.S., says Rob Katz, CEO of Vail Resorts.
The acquisition of Perisher, Australia's largest ski resort, by America's Vail Resorts earlier this year has been dubbed a gamechanger. CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports from Perisher Valley.
Mark Tucker, CEO of AIA, says the diversification in products and geographies help the insurer to post a 21 percent rise in the value of new business for the first half of 2015.
Jeffrey Kravetz, regional investment director of U.S. Bank Private Client Reserve, expects the second-quarter earnings season to offer a "nice surprise" for investors.
Mark Britt, group CEO of iflix, introduces the video-on-demand service which is dubbed as Asia's answer to U.S. video streaming company Netflix.
Steven Sun, head of China equity strategy at HSBC, outlines two reasons why he upgraded his rating on China's A-shares from sell to neutral since early July.
Viktor Shvets, head of Asian Strategy at Macquarie, says Greece will never be able to repay its debts or carry out much-needed reforms.
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