It does not make sense for the Fed to raise interest rates right before the U.K. referendum, notes Binay Chandgothia from Principal Global Investors.
Ricky Ye, founder at DFRobot, explains how robotics provide children learning opportunities for science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Vietnam's stock market will not be able to mature as it is dominated by retail investors, remarks Kevin Snowball from PXP Vietnam Asset Management.
Kelley Blue Book's Karl Brauer reckons Japan's auto industry will consolidate in the next five years, resulting in three to four major players.
The Bank of Japan governor's biggest challenge is its positioning on the yen, says Manpreet Gill from Standard Chartered WM.
Manpreet Gill from Standard Chartered WM, says the greenback is set to rebound, which will be a headwind for U.S. equities and Asian currencies.
Asian stocks were mostly lower in early trade, taking cues from declines in U.S. stocks.
Investors should invest in EM credit but only in markets with improving fundamentals and higher spreads, says HSBC Global AM's Brian Dunnett.
Departmental retailers will experience lower earnings this year as e-commerce's presence expands, says Lindsey Bell from S&P Global Markets Intelligence.
Consumer stocks, which are supposed to be leading growth, showed signs of weakness in Q1, explains Michael Kelly from PineBridge Investments.
Leslie Liu, vice president of JD Smart, outlines the smart refrigerator, new generation of Wi-Fi speakers and a delivery drone that the company will be unveiling at CES Asia 2016.
Dan Baker from Morningstar Investment Mgmt Asia questions whether Sprint will be able to grow customers and lower costs in order to pay off debts.
U.S.-listed Chinese firms can increase their valuations by five to ten times if they list on the A-shares market, says Francis Lun from Geo Securities.
The uncertainty in China is lower than it was in Q1, as Beijing is focused on stability and hitting growth targets, says JPMorgan AM's Kerry Craig.
Michael Faro, president at MOTA, says the JetJat Nano, which he calls the tiniest drone in the world, can even be operated by children.
Itochu is the only Japanese trading house that is moving away from its old business model, says Pham Thanh Ha from Jefferies.
HSBC Global Asset Management's Bill Maldonado expects the Bank of Japan to increase quantitative easing, particularly through equity purchases.
Asian markets were up in early trade Wednesday, taking cues from Wall Street's higher close.
The Motley Fool's David Kretzmann explains why Disney's latest results don't dim the prospects for the media conglomerate.
Sanders strikes a chord with white working-class voters, which is West Virginia's majority demographic, says John Zogby of Zogby Analytics.
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