Market fundamentals for telcos are looking better this year than in the past two years, says Sanford C. Bernstein senior research analyst, Chris Lane.
The market has recovered and investment managers are turning less risk-on in Asia, says Noah Holdings CIO, William Ma.
Economics professor and former Indonesian finance minister, Chatib Basri, says negative interest rates elsewhere will drive investments into the Southeast Asian nation.
The European Central Bank is unlikely to introduce more aggressive easing measures as data improve, says Commonwealth Bank's senior currency strategist, Elias Haddad.
Investors are still scarred by the global financial crisis, keeping market sentiment cautious despite recent gains, says Eastspring Investments' Nicholas Ferres.
Asian markets are lower on Friday; Japanese carmakers are in focus as scandal-hit Mitsubishi Motors is flooded with a glut of sell orders.
QS Investors' portfolio manager and investment strategy analyst, Wayne Lin, discusses concerns over the euro-zone and ECB.
U.S. markets look stable, but they're weighed by tepid earnings, says QS Investors' portfolio manager and investment strategy analyst, Wayne Lin.
Anyone suffering deja vu while watching Mitsubishi's top execs admit the company cheated on fuel economy tests should not be surprised.
Falling U.S. production and supply-demand re-balancing will support range-bound oil prices in the next few months, says ANZ's Daniel Hynes.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon takes a ride in a driverless car in China as the technology gains traction.
Japan is under-performing as it has been 'wobbly' on negative interest rates, says LGT Capital Partners' ED and global strategist, Mikio Kumada.
Oil's current rally isn't based on fundamentals, so prices will likely keep struggling throughout this year, warns Mitul Kotecha, head of Asia FX and rates strategy at Barclays.
China's slowdown is the biggest risk to Las Vegas Sands' Macau business, says Fitch Ratings' senior director, Alex Bumazhny.
Healthcare, IT and infrastructure spending will outperform in China, says John Woods, chief investment officer, Asia Pacific, Credit Suisse Private Banking.
Mitsubishi falsifying fuel data will hit its brand but the fallout is limited, says J.D. Power and Associates's global automotive practice GM, John Humphrey.
BOJ will likely increase the size of asset purchasing focusing on JGBs and ETFs, says UBS' head of ultra high net worth cross-asset strategy, James Purcell.
Asian markets are higher Thursday after oil prices gained overnight; all eyes are on Mitsubishi after the company admitted to falsifying fuel economy test data.
Platts' senior MD for Australia, Paul Bartholomew, discusses the global steel industry and China's part in it.
Morningstar's consumer equity research strategist, R.J. Hottovy, discusses Yum Brands' future as it plans to spin off its China business.
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