The Electronic Dance Music (EDM) scene is thriving in Singapore, which saw the likes of Zhu, Far East Movement and the Ultra Singapore festival in September.
Alibaba Sports Group's Wang Dong says the company sees potential in China's sports industry and is aiming to make sporting activities more accessible.
Singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor and The Podium Lounge's Robbie Hoyes-Cock talk about music styles, the Singapore F1 Grand Prix and VIP guests.
Uncertainties in Europe could add to the existing problems faced by Deutsche Bank, says Taurus Wealth Advisors' Michael Preiss.
Franz Humer, chairman of both Roche and Diageo outlines various medical advancements proving that innovation in the pharmaceutical industry is not dead.
StanChart's Divya Devesh says the steepening of the yield curve will be positive for the dollar but negative for risk across the FX and commodities space.
Voyage Research CEO Roger Tan shares why he likes Siam Commercial Bank, Q&M Dental and First Real Estate Investment Trust.
EM Asia will likely face a correction and anything triggered during the correction could lead to a systemic risk, says Financial Alliance's Sani Hamid.
Sean West, deputy CEO at Eurasia Group, talks about the media's role in priming voter beliefs and why Hillary Clinton has an advantage over Trump.
Past performance suggests that the Sands' mass market approach might not have what it takes, says Partners Capital International's Ronald Wan.
Recovery has been uneven, with some cities and sectors benefiting more than others, says Ben Simpfendorfer, founder & MD at Silk Road Associates.
The impact of a Fed rate hike on emerging markets will be based on how dependent they are on internal growth, says Nomura Securities's Jim McCafferty.
Sentiment in the oil market remains bearish because OPEC production continues to be at record high, says Amrita Sen, chief oil analyst at Energy Aspects.
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management's Marco Montanari talks about the launch of the first dollar denominated Asia ex-Japan corporate bond ETF.
Markets are paying attention to Fed Governor Brainard's speech, making the USD/JPY trade fraught with policy risk, says NAB's Rodrigo Catril.
Expect short-term volatility in Asian markets but long-term fundamentals suggest all is well, says Norman Chan, CIO at Oreana Private Wealth.
David Klein, CEO at CommonBond, talks about how his start-up attempts to help lessen the burden of student debt through data and technology.
The ECB is likely to make its move once the eurozone's bond scarcity issue is addressed, says Lorenzo Codogno, visiting professor at the LSE.
Markets are speculating the BOJ will address issues in the banking sector so that Abenomics can work, says Parry International Trading's Gavin Parry.
The latest test appears to be bigger than any of North Korea's previous experiments, says Bruce Bennett, senior defense analyst at RAND.
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