Dan Murphy is a CNBC Correspondent based in Singapore. Dan follows news and actionable insights across major markets in Asia Pacific, covering Asian and U.S. equity markets, commodities, company news and trending topics on social media for CNBC's morning programming.
He joined CNBC after five years with Sky News, where he covered Australian finance and general news as a Video-Journalist, Reporter and Business Anchor.
During his career, Dan has interviewed some of Australia's most respected corporate leaders - including Rio Tinto CEO Sam Walsh, Qantas CEO Alan Joyce and Wesfarmers CEO Richard Goyder.
Dan's live coverage of major news events in the field has also seen his work feature on CNN, Fox News, Bloomberg and Sky News UK.
Dan reported on the first case of Ebola in the United States while in Dallas, Texas. He was also among the first reporters on the scene of Sydney's Lindt Cafe Siege, and he played a key role in the Sky News coverage of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
Dan studied Broadcast Journalism and Film and Television at Curtin University in Western Australia.
Budget airline Scoot vowed to be "aggressive" with its growth ambitions, unveiling five new destinations and a plan to double its fleet.
Singtel may be on the hunt for acquisitions following the highly anticipated public listing of Netlink NBN Trust.
Singapore-based Quadria Capital is growing in Vietnam and expanding its holdings in Singapore.
Qatar aimed to ramp up its LNG exports in the midst of a diplomatic crisis as Moody's cut the outlook on its sovereign credit to negative.
Qatar is likely to reject most demands put forward by Saudi Arabia and its allies, a former U.S. ambassador to the country said Tuesday.
Noble Group said it had reached an agreement with lenders to extend its revolving credit facility by 120 days from 20 June, 2017.
A leading global energy market academic warns oil prices could sink back to $30 a barrel if OPEC fails to make additional output cuts.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is set to meet with New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English and Minister for Foreign Affairs Gerry Brownlee.
The company said it saw solid growth in its carrier, enterprise and consumer businesses.
White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci called the airing of his financial disclosure information a "felony" and a "leak."
Moody’s no longer takes a negative view on China’s banking system, raising its outlook to stable.
Henry Low of Amazon Asia Pacific Holdings tells CNBC about the launch of the internet retail giant's Amazon Prime Now Service in Singapore.
Michael Dunne of Dunne Automotive says markets were concerned by how U.S. auto makers' profits coming mainly from pick-ups in the U.S.
Consumers will benefit from the greater offerings from internet retailers, but offline retailers stand to lose, says Mike Booker from Bain & Company.