The market seems to be losing faith in the theme of policy divergence among central banks, says Standard Chartered's Asia FX strategist, Divya Devesh.
Growth is expected to be on the "weaker side" when China posts data on Friday, says Adrian Zuercher, UBS's Asia head of asset allocation.
Hong Kong Rugby Union CEO Vern Reid highlights what viewers can expect from this year's tournament.
Investors can no longer rely on market signals to predict currency moves, says Macquarie Securities' Viktor Shvets.
Export Now chairman and CEO Frank Lavin says the Chinese government wants foreign companies to set up shop in the country.
China's securitization market is growing under two different schemes for bank and non-bank assets, says Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Alexander Batchvarov.
Clients are looking at the USD/JPY pair hitting 105, says Sunrise Brokers' Japan and Asian equities head Ben Collett.
Asian markets are lower on Friday, with the strong yen weighing on Japan's Nikkei 225.
CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports from the Australian town of Whyalla, where major employer Arrium has gone into voluntary administration.
Japan's negative interest rate decision in January raised questions on whether the BOJ can achieve its 2% inflation target, says DBS Bank's senior currency economist Philip Wee.
Australian companies are increasingly using yuan for trade settlement, says Commonwealth Bank of Australia's RMB solutions head Sangeeta Venkatesan.
Moves in currency markets seem to suggest that some investors are tired of the quantitative easing story, according to an investor.
Matthew Le Merle from Fifth Era and Keiretsu Capital says tech giants will head to the Asian country that positions itself as the most tax-attractive.
Garth Taljard, Asia head of multi-asset products at Schroders, shares that there are opportunities in U.S. equities and corporate bonds.
Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Group, tells CNBC about its collaboration with premium camera brand Leica and the consumers it hopes to target.
While Samsung is doing a great job with cost-cutting, analysts are underestimating the impact of a lower won, says Kiwoom Securities's Daniel Yoo.
FOMC minutes showed the Fed acknowledging it can afford to be behind the curve and take a more cautious approach, says Ed Perks from Franklin Templeton Equity.
Asia markets opened mostly flat on Thursday, except for South Korea's Kospi which opened up 0.4 percent.
Jonathan Hunter from Department 13 explains how the firm provides drone-detection services and the ability to override drone controls.
Steven Ciobo, Minister for Trade and Investment of Australia, denies speculation that Canberra is becoming hostile to foreign investment, saying deals are approved if they are in Australia’s natural interest.
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