SGX has shown a consistent performance even through the negative market conditions particularly seen in Q4, says Jefferies' Krishna Guha.
Oasis CIO Seth Fischer expects Nintendo to release five new mobile games by March next year and monetize on its huge base of patents.
Asian markets open mixed on Thursday; Nikkei falls 0.48 percent as Bank of Japan begins its two-day meeting.
Mobile growth will continue to drive Facebook's momentum, particularly with its Instagram and Messenger apps, says Mizuho Securities' Neil Doshi.
Here's a look at several key one billion milestones, from Apple to Warren Buffett to global population.
AIA Group President Mark Tucker tells CNBC that there has been sustained growth in the past six years since the insurer went public.
The U.S. election poses significant policy risk, which will keep the Fed on the sidelines til December or January, says DS Economics' Diane Swonk.
Australia's underlying inflationary pressures are still soft but are widely expected to pick up, says Urbis Chief Economist Nicki Hutley.
Asian policymakers understand that export-led growth is still the way forward, explains Kapstream Capital Steve Goldman.
Fortune REIT comprises mostly of neighborhood malls in Hong Kong, thus relying on domestic spending and not so much on tourism, says CEO Justina Chiu.
It is still uncertain whether McDonald's promotions are a sustainable way to drive traffic into its stores, says The Motley Fool's Jason Moser.
The Pain Report's Jonathan Pain expects the BOJ to increase purchases of equity ETFs, but not cut interest rates further.
Post-Brexit, central banks around the world have come up with suggestions of even more stimulus policies, says The Pain Report's Jonathan Pain.
Asian markets rise Wednesday, with Nikkei surging 1 percent on expectations of further easing from the BOJ.
Twitter Power 3.0 author Joel Comm says the Periscope acquisition combined with the sporting deals will ultimately turn Twitter into a broadcast network.
Apple is significantly underappreciated and the market needs to give the stock a better multiple, shares Drexel Hamilton's Brian White.
One of the indicators of rising sentiment is that financial bloggers are very bullish, says James Advantage Funds President Barry James.
Kiwoom Securities' Daniel Yoo says investors should buy SK Hynix at the price target of KW 36,000 because chip demand is picking up.
China's new economy stocks are growing faster than Nasdaq stocks yet are at lower valuations, says Enhanced Investment Products' Tobias Bland.
Brexit has limited direct impact on Asia, which still has a strong growth story intact, says Manulife AM Global Market Strategist Geoff Lewis.
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