RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan tells CNBC TV18 that the inflation target is something that the central bank and government will try to achieve.
The kiwi strengthening against the dollar is partly due to speculation of a deeper rate cut by the RBNZ, explains ASB Bank's Nick Tuffley.
Transportation fuel consumption in key markets is still growing at double digits this year, notes Paradigm Securities' Barry Dawes.
U.S. has held up well in the first-half but there needs to be continued growth in labor data and rising inflation, says EisnerAmper's Tim Speiss.
Baoneng's leveraged acquisition of Vanke shares might not bode well if Baoneng fails in its takeover attempt, says GEO Securities' Francis Lun.
Rental income grew because there's still solid demand from the Chinese for vacancies in Hong Kong's Central district, says Champion REIT's Ada Wong.
The implementation of an inflation-targeting policy is industry best practice, says Richard Iley, BNP Paribas' Chief Economist.
It's time to take a fair weather overweight on China's shares after the selloff earlier this year, say's Deutsche Asset Management's CIO Sean Taylor.
Even members of Rousseff's own Workers' Party have admitted that her political career is over, says the Wilson Center's Paulo Sotero.
Australia's big banks are facing serious challenges, from stress on interest margins to rising bad debt impairments, says East & Partners' Paul Dowling.
Investors are becoming more comfortable with risk as central bankers take steps to keep monetary policy accommodative, explains Pinebridge Investments' Michael Kelly.
Asian markets opened lower on Wednesday, with Japanese shares leading the losses.
Japan's stronger-than-expected machinery orders are just an aberration, says Compass Global Markets' Tony Boyadjian.
Archaeological discoveries and late handovers of construction sites have impacted the timeline of the Shatin-Central line, says MTR CEO Lincoln Leong.
MTR CEO Lincoln Leong tells CNBC that there are no MTR-owned property developments for sale this year, which led to a fall in the firm's profit.
Disney's diversification is starting to pay off as it grows less dependent on a single source of income, says Technalysis Research's Bob O'Donnell.
Financial markets are supported by lower interest rates and weak energy prices, says Huntington Bank's CIO John Augustine.
Producer prices in China fell at their softest pace in two years in July, offering some comfort to the country's manufacturers.
Lake Barrett, special advisor to Japan for the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster cleanup, discusses Japan's plan to bring back nuclear power plants.
China's PPI could turn positive by December after being in negative territory for three years, says Macquarie's Erwin Sanft.