China's softer imports aren't surprising because the commodities that China purchases are also cheaper, explains The Motley Fool Singapore's David Kuo.
East & Partners' Jonathan Chng explains why HSBC decided to keep its headquarters in the U.K.
Aaron Boesky, CEO of Marco Polo Pure Asset Management, explains how the tradition of giving hongbao during Lunar New Year affects China's liquidity.
Mike Hirst, MD of Bendigo & Adelaide Bank, explains the "irrational pricing" seen in the mortgage market in the fiscal first half.
Robbert Van Trooijen, APAC Ceo at Maersk Line, on whether China's manufacturers can make a comeback.
Robbert Van Trooijen, APAC CEO of Maersk Line, says the slowdown in export-driven shipping demand isn't not across the board.
The Bank of Japan is likely to increase its on-market purchases of ETFs and J-REITS in March, says Gavin Parry from Parry International Trading.
Fujitsu Research Institute's Martin Schulz explains whether nominal or real GDP is a better measure of Japan's growth.
India's bureaucracy makes foreign investors hesitant and slows India's manufacturing push, explains Adrian Mowat from JPMorgan.
JPMorgan's Adrian Mowat says imports are the key detail to watch in China's trade data because it could improve investor sentiment about China.
Investors should hold physical gold as a hedge in a market meltdown, some experts have advised, as equities continued their wild ride on Friday.
Xania Wong, founder and CEO of JOBDOH, explains that its core business is actually to match employers to temporary staff but there was a demand for fake romantic partners for hire.
Financials have had little time to adjust to central bank negative rates and the collapse of yield curves, explains Sean Darby from Jefferies.
Markets are overreacting to the stronger yen and BOJ's negative interest rates policy, remarks John Vail from Nikko Asset Management Americas.
HSBC's Frederic Neumann says investors have realized that monetary policy won't be the quick fix they were hoping for.
CEF Holdings's Warren Gilman said expectations of an increase in Rio Tinto's dividend were overdone and the dividend cut was inevitable.
Suncorp's CEO Michael Cameron, says the banking and life insurance business unit had a strong H1, but the general insurance division was hit by market volatility and natural disasters.
Saxo Bank Group's Adam Reynolds says JGBs negative yields are not an anomaly or just because of market volatility.
Markets are concerned about Fed tightening rate and China's economic health, says William Ma, CIO at Noah Holdings Hong Kong.
Ben Kallo from Robert W. Baird, says Elon Musk has always set very aspirational goals for Tesla and often gets very close to meeting them.
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