Asian stocks closed sharply in the red, led by a heavy afternoon sell off in the Chinese market as the regulatory body went after brokerages.» Read More
Amid a dismal export sector globally, Singapore saw positive growth in the first quarter of 2015 solely on domestic demand, Taimur Baig, chief economist for Asia at Deutsche Bank.
King Lip, chief strategist at Baker Avenue Asset Management, discusses the opening of an upscale Italian restaurant in Shanghai by global fast-food giant Yum Brands.
King Lip, chief strategist at Baker Avenue Asset Management, says Netflix is doing well in content creation and sees growth potential in its international business.
Bill Smead, CEO & CIO of Smead Capital Management, says banking stocks will see "nice earnings growth" and investors can expect capital returns in the form of dividends and share buybacks.
Chinese shares touched fresh seven-year highs on Monday, while Japan's Nikkei 225 struggled to find momentum.
Mike Harrowell, director, Resources Research at BBY, expects the decline in iron ore prices to continue until mid-2015, with new supply of the steel-making ore due in June.
Rich Pierson, co-founder of Headspace.com, introduces the app, which aims to teach people techniques of meditation and mindfulness.
Peter Alexander, managing director of Z-Ben Advisors, discusses whether the rally in Hong Kong is structural or stimulus-driven and adds that the upswing still has "steam behind it."
Andrew Sullivan, managing director of Sales Trading at Haitong International Securities, says the rally in Hong Kong will continue, but it may slow down this week due to a slew of listings in China.
To solve urbanization issues such as congestion, policymakers in Asia are turning to technology for answers. Martin Soong has more in this first part of CNBC's "Urban Innovation" series.
Patrick Bennett, FX strategist at CIBC, says the dollar index could bounce above 100, with markets giving the U.S. economy a "pass" mark.
Marcus Svedberg, chief economist at East Capital, explains the disconnect between China's economic situation and its stock market. He also explains why Europe is "almost out of the woods."
Retail investors banking on a reversal in oil's rout are providing support that helped oil prices stabilize, says Ivan Szpakowski, commodities strategist at Citi.
For the road ahead, it will be a question of how well Hillary Clinton can appeal to a wider U.S electorate, says Bates Gill, professor at the University of Sydney.
Priscilla Hancock, head of fixed income insights at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, outlines the factors that are leading to a period of "lower for longer" yields.
Mainland stocks finished the week at fresh multi-year highs, while their Japanese peers settled just a whisker away from a psychological 20,000-point mark.
Daniel Seah, CEO of Digital Domain, discusses the technology that the firm used to create virtual concerts of late singers like Tupac Shakur and Teresa Teng.
While China's consumer inflation stabilized in March, it will likely continue easing over the next 2-3 months, prompting further easing, says Zhu Haibin, chief China economist and head of Greater China Economic Research of J.P Morgan.
Adrian Littlewood, CEO of Auckland International Airport, says the rise of the middle class in Asian countries like China represents an "exciting proposition" for the airport.
Steve Brice, chief investment strategist at Standard Chartered, says U.S. stocks remain poised for further upside over the next 18-24 months.
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