Barron's released an article saying Alibaba's stock could fall another 50 percent, and Alibaba questioned the facts in the piece. Jeff Reeves, Investorplace.com, and Henry Guo, Summit Research, discuss.
Barron's is out with an article saying Alibaba's stock could fall another 50 percent. Scott Kessler, S&P Capital IQ, and Rob Sanderson, MKM Partners, discuss slowing China growth.
China's reforms will proceed in the way the Chinese have brought their economy from virtually nothing to the powerhouse it is today.
Jason Furman, Council of Economic Advisers, discusses economic growth in the U.S.
New Zealand's central bank cut its benchmark interest rate and signaled it may ease further as the economy softens, weighing the country's currency.
As New Zealand's dairy industry crumbles under the pressure of a glut and slowing Chinese demand, tourism in Hobbit-land is picking up some of the slack.
Peter Boardman, managing director at Tradewinds, says Japanese equities look attractive even as the economy remains weak.
David Mann, chief economist, Asia at Standard Chartered Bank, says further easing is needed from the Bank of Japan (BOJ) amid a sluggish economic recovery.
Wayne Peters, founder & CIO at Peters MacGregor Capital Management, explains why China's economy is "probably already in recession."
Japan's economy shrank less than expected in the second quarter although capital expenditure fell more than originally forecast.
Japan's economy contracted in the second quarter despite the absence of natural disasters or economic issues, underscoring its fragility, says Takubi Okubo, principal and chief economist at japan Macro Advisors.
The Li Keqiang index is falling from favor as a way of tracking the Chinese economy, just when investors are in real need of insight.
CNBC's Pauline Chiou outlines the key economic data and risk events due in Asia this week.
David Bassanese, chief economist at BetaShares Capital, outlines the key takeaways from the G-20 meeting in Ankara over the weekend.
Joe Hockey, Treasurer of Australia, says members of the Group of 20 leading economies remain committed to the growth target, with some countries such as Australia moving further than their initial goals.
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Angel Gurria, secretary-general at the OECD, says global economic conditions "are difficult" and that the Chinese stock market was in a "super bubble" ahead of the G-20 meeting in Turkey.
Jonathan Pain, author of The Pain Report, explains why Australia could slide into a recession in the next 12 months.
Michael Na, Korea Strategist at Nomura, says the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) outbreak is a "transitory issue" and the South Korean economy will recover in the second half of year.
Australia experienced the slowest economic growth in two years over the second quarter due in part to a sharp fall in export volumes.