In the latest update on the 1MDB saga, the Monetary Authority of Singapore has slapped penalties on several banks over anti-money-laundering rule breaches.
Manulife AM's Geoff Lewis explains why Japanese markets make for a good value trade, and how the Chinese economy appears decent in the short term.
Steven Lam, CEO and Co-founder of GoGoVan, talks about how the on-demand logistics platform is disrupting the logistics sector in Hong Kong and abroad.
John Flavell, CEO at Mortgage Choice, explains how a lack of stock distorts the Australian residential property market.
The first recall signaled a quality control problem but for Samsung to botch the recall itself was inexcusable, says MoneyMorning.com's Michael Robinson.
Asian markets opened mixed on Tuesday, after Russia's decision to back OPEC's output deal gave energy stocks and oil prices a boost.
Allan Lichtman, a professor at the American University, talks about Donald Trump's chances of presidency.
Oil markets are pushing towards a more balanced position and will be more rangebound, says Daniel Hynes, senior commodity strategist at ANZ.
Allan Lichtman, a professor at the American University, has predicted the popular vote accurately for the past 30 years but warns that Trump is no ordinary Republican.
Wall Street is counting on oil prices rising to turn earnings around for the better, says Ameriprise Financial's David Joy.
Calls by some Republicans to replace Donald Trump at the top of the GOP ballot are “unrealistic," CNBC was told.
The Federal Reserve does not want to act prematurely by raising interest rates if there's no sign of inflation, says Destination WM's Michael Yoshikami.
LNG supply will increase by 50 percent from 2015 to 2020, but demand in Asia will remain weak, says Marc Howson, senior managing editor at S&P Global Platts.
The U.S. needs to hit inflation targets while achieving full employment so there's a cushion to ease in the future, says Charles Evans, president of the Chicago Fed.
Charles Evans, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, talks about the September jobs report and how the labor market hasn't shown signs of tightening.
Asian markets opened mixed on Monday, with the ASX up by 0.38 percent while the Kospi and NZX were both in the red.
The higher the chance of a Trump presidency, the lower the Mexican peso goes, says Elias Haddad, senior currency strategist at Commonwealth Bank.
Trump has chosen to deflect criticism instead of taking responsibility for his comments, says Emory University's Andra Gillespie.
September jobs data increased the likelihood of a rate hike this year, but the pace of normalization has been slow, says PineBridge Investments's Omar Slim.
The pound took a dive in Asian trade on Friday amid speculation of a fat-finger trade and a FT report that resurfaced fears of a "hard Brexit."