Bernard Ching, head of Malaysia Research at Alliance DBS, says the relief rally in the Malaysian market is driven by factors such as foreign investors, commodities and the Malaysian ringgit.» Read More
Malcolm Jorgensen, research associate at U.S. Studies Centre, University of Sydney, discusses news that Russia launched its first airstrikes in Syria on Wednesday.
The People's Bank of China might not be able to lower interest rates in the near term because it would lead to more capital outflows, says Michelle Lam, economist at Lombard Street Research.
Daniel Sparks, contributing financial writer and senior technology specialist at The Motley Fool, discusses whether Volkswagen's emissions scandal is an opportunity for Tesla Motors.
Toshiba's semiconductor and government-related businesses face issues such as a slowing global economy, says Pelham Smithers, head of Asian research, MD at Pelham Smithers Associates.
Ma Tie Ying, economist at DBS, says the risks of a "real recession" in Japan remain low and explains why it is still too early for the Bank of Japan to expand its QQE program.
Stephen Davies, CEO of Javelin Wealth Management, says the wider-than-expected rate cut by India's central bank will support markets, while significant foreign investment underpins Vietnamese stocks.
Shilan Shah, India economist at Capital Economics, expects the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to lower the key repo rate by 25 basis points. Attention will also fall on the tone of the policy statement, he adds.
For the first 9 months of 2015, markets such as China saw high M&A activity, while Southeast Asia was quiet due to rich valuations from 2014, says Patricia Heiberger, managing editor APAC at Mergermarket.
Asha Gupta, Group President, APAC at Tupperware Brands Corporation, says the firm deals with volatility in the currency market by focusing on topline growth.
Vasu Menon, vice president, Group Wealth Management at OCBC Bank, discusses billionaire investor Carl Icahn's comments on how low rates are causing bubbles in art, real estate and high-yield bonds.
Despite massive capital outflows from emerging markets, some experts are eyeing opportunities in Southeast Asian stocks to buy on the cheap.
As Matthias Muller begins his new appointment as Volkswagen CEO this week, CNBC's Nancy Hulgrave reports on the challenges that lie ahead for the 62-year old German.
Clement Teo, senior analyst at Forrester, expects the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus to outperform due to factors such as disappointing products from rival Samsung.
Willy Lam, adjunct professor at Chinese University of Hong Kong, says the issue of human rights is unlikely to be a prominent topic at the meeting between the U.S. and Chinese presidents.
Clive McDonnell, head of equity strategy at Standard Chartered, says Fed tightening by 2015 isn't a done deal even if most of the Fed Governors are leaning toward a rate increase by year-end.
John German, senior fellow and U.S. co-lead at International Council on Clean Transportation, says it is important to investigate whether cheating vehicle emission tests has become a practice across the auto industry.
Kyle Cooper, managing partner at Criterion Research, discusses news that Samson Resources filed for bankruptcy protection late Wednesday.
Even though there may be more downside, John Saunders, managing director & head of Asia-Pacific Real Estate at BlackRock, says there are opportunities surfacing in China's property market.
Jeremy Stretch, head of FX strategy at CIBC, says the rally in the U.S. dollar may hit some speed bumps after the Fed unveils its first interest-rate rise.
Benjamin Pedley, head of investment strategy, Asia at HSBC, explains the "slight misconception" that the U.S. has toward China's currency devaluation on August 11.
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