Tesla shares are overvalued with the recent surge due to short-covering, says Standpoint Research's founder and director, Ronnie Moas.
Investors should compare earnings to a year ago, not lower estimates set by Wall Street, says Bert Dohmen, president at Dohmen Capital Research Group.
WiseTech Global on Monday jumped on its debut on the Australian Securities Exchange, sending its market value cracking past the 1 billion dollar mark.
Tony Nash, chief Economist at Complete Intelligence, explains why investors shouldn't read too much into China's March producer price figures.
The party is ending for Prada as China's enthusiasm for luxury goods ebbs, says GEO Securities CEO, Francis Lun.
China's headline 2.3 percent CPI is in line with market consensus and "not as concerning" as higher inflation, says Grace Ng, J.P. Morgan's Greater China economist.
China's short-term data outlook has improved on the back of six months of monetary and fiscal easing, says Principal Global Investors' MD, Biany Chandgothia.
Other than corporate governance, Japan is finding it hard to implement structural reforms, says Principal Global Investors' MD, Biany Chandgothia.
CNBC's Akiko Fujita takes you on a ride in an NuTonomy autonomous car. Birds beware!
The ASX listing of global logistics software firm WiseTech is an exciting development for the bourse, says Jacanda Capital executive director, Philip Alexander.
Despite growth-boosting policies from central banks, the market is still waiting for real economies to pick up, says Aberdeen Asset Management's MD and global equities head, Hugh Young.
The USD/JPY dipping below 108 on Monday morning despite rhetoric from Japanese officials last week in an attempt to weaken the safe-haven currency.
The Japanese government is likely to introduce new policies to boost the economy, says Natixis Japan Securities' economist, Kohei Iwahara.
The market seems to be losing faith in the theme of policy divergence among central banks, says Standard Chartered's Asia FX strategist, Divya Devesh.
Growth is expected to be on the "weaker side" when China posts data on Friday, says Adrian Zuercher, UBS's Asia head of asset allocation.
Hong Kong Rugby Union CEO Vern Reid highlights what viewers can expect from this year's tournament.
Investors can no longer rely on market signals to predict currency moves, says Macquarie Securities' Viktor Shvets.
Export Now chairman and CEO Frank Lavin says the Chinese government wants foreign companies to set up shop in the country.
China's securitization market is growing under two different schemes for bank and non-bank assets, says Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Alexander Batchvarov.
Clients are looking at the USD/JPY pair hitting 105, says Sunrise Brokers' Japan and Asian equities head Ben Collett.
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