Yang Liu at Atlantis IM remains a Chinese market bull, but making good money is difficult in Hong Kong.
Japan’s parliament has just legalized casino gaming even though most Japanese oppose it. Here’s why.
The probes have been going on for some time now, says James Chao at IHS Markit.
Capital outflow is a concern for emerging markets, says Hayden Briscoe at UBS AM.
Paul Krake at View from the Peak: Macro Strategies weighs in on the Fed's projections and says the S&P will have a 15 to 20 percent correction next year.
Asian markets opened mixed on Thursday, following the Fed's projection of 3 interest rate hikes in the year ahead.
China has to contend with its capital outflow situation while Hong Kong must deal with property pressures, says Francis Cheung at CLSA.
As seen from the dot plots, individual Fed members have different expectations for next year, says Alan Blinder at Princeton University.
Three projected interest rate hike from the Fed in 2017 is not overly surprising, says Thomas Melchier, CIO at PNC WM.
Stock markets are up on Trump’s U.S. growth plans, but be aware of trade deficits, funding U.S. consumption, said Stephen Roach.
Faeez Fadhillah, CEO of Tripfez, talks about the potential of the growing Muslim travel market.
Photo app Meitu has potential, given China's smartphone adoption rates, says Xiaofeng Wang at Forrester.
Joshua Crabb at Old Mutual Global Investors weighs in on the trajectory of the Fed in the years to come.
China may have the final say on who becomes Hong Kong's next leader, but candidates will still have to pass a tough popularity test at home.
Neeraj Seth at Blackrock talks discusses the impact of an expected Fed rate hike on yields in Japan.
Japan's large, wealthy and densely-populated urban centers are plus factors for casinos to succeed, says Richard Huang at Nomura.
Yale University's Stephen Roach talks about the savings shortfall in the U.S. and Trump's protectionist trade stance.
Markets might be optimistic but the President-elect hasn't changed his outrageous ways, says Stephen Roach, senior fellow at Yale University.
Asian markets opened higher on Wednesday, with the ASX up by 0.63 percent and leading the gains.
However, geopolitical tensions in the region and unclear trade relations with the U.S. are concerns, says Jay Nelson at Success Stories: Japan.