The softness in Asian markets is because of profit taking after a strong bull run in the past week, says Ample Capital's ALex Wong. » Read More
Alex Sato of Invesco Asset Management Japan explains why the country will face challenges in maintaining strong business sentiment readings ahead.
Strong U.S. jobs growth, seen by recent non-farm payrolls data, can support consumption despite tepid wage gains, according to Rob Martin, senior U.S. economist at Barclays.
Concerns that have plagued markets as of late, such as the Fed raising rates too fast or extended oil price declines, have now subsided, says Pioneer Investments' John Carey.
NetDragon's Simon Leung identifies drivers of the firm's strong 2015 earnings and explains why it is diversifying into education.
Cyrus Daruwala from IDC Financial Services & IEP believes that China's big banks are actually concealing a much larger pile of bad debt.
Easing supply concerns and increased stability in China will drive oil prices up in the next nine months, says Vasu Menon from OCBC Wealth Management.
Zanadu CEO Zan Wu explains how virtual reality content can help tourists "visit" luxury holiday destinations before they make the booking.
Gina Wong, Experimenta founder, explains how she uses virtual reality to heighten the viewer's experience in her latest film "Road to Day Dream Mine."
Brandon Wendell from Online Trading Academy argues that Goldman's bearish case for gold is incorrect and sees an upside target of $1,387 per ounce.
State Street Global Advisors' Kevin Anderson explains that a "Gray Swan" is improbable and not a base case, but not unforeseeable like a "Black Swan."
Brandon Wendell from Online Trading Academy expects the S&P 500 could fall down to 1,796 in the second quarter.
Asian shares opened higher on Thursday, after Wall Street extended gains overnight.
The summit's main objective is to ensure that non-state actors can't gain access to nuclear supplies, says Irfan Nooruddin from Georgetown University.
Peter Schiff, Euro Pacific Capital CEO, cautions against investing in U.S. stocks as the greenback is set to weaken against other currencies.
CNBC's Akiko Fujita reports on the details of Foxconn's acquisition of Sharp, which was nearly $900 million less than the original offer.
Two Chinese banks fell on their first trading day in Hong Kong on Wednesday, reflecting investor fears about non-performing loans and bad debt.
Zheshang Bank had key institutional cornerstone investors but the public response was poor, says Ronald Wan from Partners Capital International.
Credit Suisse PBWM's John Woods discusses Zheshang Bank's Hong Kong listing and how Beijing is trying to lure retail investors back into the market.
PayPal's Rohan Mahadevan says the firm is differentiated because it provides solutions for the entire process of online payments.
Central banks' easy monetary policies have led to the strong recovery of underperforming markets, explains Jeff Knight from Columbia Threadneedle.
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