Monday's data leak essentially builds on the story-line of the first leak, explains Tom Cardamone, managing director at Global Financial Integrity.
Compass Point's Michael Tarkan notes that the resignation of Lending Club's CEO highlights the concerns in the marketplace lending industry.
Consumer discretionary sectors are a better indicator of consumer health than Gap's weak Q1 results, says Bill Barker, co-manager of Motley Fool Funds.
Ronald Wan from Partners Capital International says JD.com faces stiff competition from Alibaba, as well as weakening domestic demand.
Don't expect Saudi Arabia's new oil boss to bring big change to OPEC's June meeting, analysts said, after it replaced its long-serving minister.
'X-Men: Apocalypse' is the next Marvel movie to hit the big screen. Will it do for Fox what Captain America is doing for Disney? CNBC's Phil Han has more.
A flood of demand from local and foreign businesses is boosting real-estate in the Philippines, points out Rick Santos, chairman, founder and managing partner of CBRE Philippines.
HSBC is in better shape based on their recent earnings and cost-efficiency ratios, argues Dickie Wong, executive director at Kingston Securities.
Viktor Shvets, head of Asian strategy at Macquarie Securities Group, explains why he doesn't believe agencies or countries should intervene in markets.
An improving labor market, reflected in record job creation, is boosting overall economic momentum, according to Jesper Koll, CEO of WisdomTree Japan KK.
Fidel V. Ramos, former President of the Philippines, believes the controversial statements by front-runner Roddy Duterte are simply part of his campaign strategy to win attention.
China April exports fell 1.8 percent on-year but Ricardo Adrogue of Babson Capital Management explains why he believes China's recovery remains intact.
Canada is losing a million barrels per day from the ongoing wildfires in the province of Alberta, warns Matt Smith of analysis provider ClipperData.
Asian stocks were mixed during early trade on Monday as oil prices rallied, with the mood cautious following weak Chinese trade data.
The opposition is likely to gain the most from the 55-day campaign, which is the second-longest in Australian history, notes Stewart Jackson of The University of Sydney.
If the Fed doesn't get 2 percent annualized GDP growth this quarter, that could make policy tightening more difficult, warns Sally Auld of J.P. Morgan.
The Philippines goes to the polls Monday to choose a new head of state, with Davao mayor Roddy Duterte as the front-runner. CNBC's Martin Soong reports from Manila on the controversy surrounding the candidate.
Given the state of global political uncertainty, including the U.K's Brexit vote, troubles in Greece and the U.S. elections, the Fed is unlikely to raise rates, warns Andrew Freris of Ecognosis Advisory.
Jane Seymour, Emmy Award-winning actress, discusses her return to the stage after a 35-year break.
Ant Financial' online banking arm is coming under pressure from regulators, warns Andrew Collier, managing director at Orient Capital Research.
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