ASX wants entrepreneurs to pause and consider if it's the appropriate time to go public, explains Max Cunningham, GM of listings at ASX.
Point View Wealth Management's David Dietze says the Fed won't move in June because it's an election year and there's the Brexit referendum.
Wouter Van Wersch, president and CEO at GE ASEAN, talks to CNBC about growing local teams and developing products for the Southeast Asian market.
Relaxing U.S. sanctions on Myanmar's banking sector will help financial transactions move, notes Peter Kucik, principal at Inle Advisory Group.
The world's third-largest economy reported its fastest pace of annualized quarterly growth in a year, helped by an extra day of consumption.
China needs more construction and real estate investments while ensuring that property prices don't rise too fast, says BNP Paribas' Lee Wee Liat.
Nikkei's early weakness reflects the market's skepticism about the strong rebound in Japan's GDP, says Clive McDonnell from Standard Chartered Bank.
Eisuke Sakakibara, former Vice Finance Minister of Japan, believes the economy's recovery is going smoothly, adding that he expects the yen to strengthen to 100 per dollar.
Arvind Bhatia from Sterne Agee says Facebook has been an outperformer and still has monetization opportunities from Messenger and WhatsApp.
CNBC's Sri Jegarajah reports on how Facebook has won investors over since it first went public four years ago.
The partnership is about boosting convenience for Singapore consumers, says Tristan Torres, Singapore GM at Deliveroo.
Jonathan Brodsky of Cedar Street Asset Management says structural reforms and improvement on wage growth are needed before he can get constructive on Japanese financial markets.
Japan's market opens lower despite better-than-expected GDP figures. CNBC's Martin Soong has more.
Japan's first quarter GDP report was the result of an extra day in February, explains Natixis Japan Securities' Kohei Iwahara.
The real challenge for Abenomics is to boost Japan's growth potential, notes Marc Chandler from Brown Brothers Harriman.
The economy appears to back on trend as consumers are starting to spend more, says Marc Chandler from Brown Brothers Harriman.
The Fed's rhetoric so far does not support a June rate hike, but July is a possibility, says Brian Jacobsen from Wells Fargo Advantage Funds.
Amazon has not tapped into the groceries business, which make up about 15 percent of average consumer spending, says Gene Munster from Piper Jaffray.
Playbuzz co-founder and CEO Shaul Olmert, says publishers need to appeal to their audience in a more interactive manner and in a shorter form.
William Ma, CIO of Noah Holdings in Hong Kong, explains why Chinaese furniture sales growth is a positive indicator of consumption.
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