There are no short-term catalysts in sight to drive A-shares higher, CMB International Securities' Daniel So says.
Palazzo Feroni Finanziaria CEO Leonardo Ferragamo says there is continuing growth of Chinese luxury goods consumption worldwide, not a slowdown.
Gold is the strongest currency in a globally uncertain economic and political environment, says Swiss Asia Capital Singapore's Juerg Kiener.
Microsoft could tap into LinkedIn's connectivity and turn it into an arena of commercial interaction, says Moor Insights & Strategy's Patrick Moorhead.
Even popular stocks names are not safe havens investments because valuations are still too high, says Peters MacGregor Capital Management's Nathan Bell.
The latest round of RCEP talks will be the make-or-break point for the trade agreement, explains Asia Trade Center's Deborah Elms.
The BOJ is expected to fail in any attempts to weaken the yen, explains Frank Troise from Leonteq Securities, Singapore.
Singapore's coffee culture and independent cafe movement has really taken off in recent years, says Common Man Coffee Roasters' Harry Grover.
Iris Corporation's Tan Say Jim explains the concept of covert security for e-passports which have a chip embedded inside the physical passport.
Kotak Securities' Sanjeev Prasad says India's May CPI rate could come in at 5.4 to 5.5 percent, which is ahead of the RBI's target of 5 percent.
Nomura's Craig Chan explains why more foreign investors are putting money into Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia papers.
A weaker euro, cheaper oil prices and higher lending rates are helping to prop up domestic economic activity, says Societe Generale's Xavier Denis.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon gets a preview of Disney's first theme park in the Middle Kingdom, which pays homage to China's heritage.
Neeraj Jhanji created a mobile social network called ImaHima that could send status and location updates, all the way back in 1999.
Fullerton Healthcare Group's Michael Tan explains how the company has digitized some of its processes, which helps to lower costs.
ImaHima and Tinker founder Neeraj Jhanji shares how he arrived at the concept for mobile check-in technology, which was eventually acquired by Facebook.
European IPO investors sitting on the sidelines until the Brexit referendum and Spanish election is over, says Dealogic's Domenico Positano.
S&P Global Platts' Vandana Hari says the weaker dollar and supply outages in some oil producing regions are driving oil prices higher.
SEB's Sean Yokota expects the Bank of Korea will have to deliver two more 25 basis points interest rate cuts by the end of the year.
U.K.'s triple A sovereign rating may be cut should Britain vote on June 23 to leave the EU, a Standards and Poor executive said Wednesday.
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