Gaurav Sodhi, Resources Analyst at Intelligent Investor, says iron ore prices remain tied to the supply-demand response, so investors shouldn't get too carried away by recent gains.» Read More
Daryl Liew, Head Of Portfolio Management, REYL Singapore, says he wouldn't be surprised if Apple manages to hit that milestone sometime this year.
Brad Kerner, Public Health Director at Save the Children USA, describes how aftershocks are complicating disaster relief operations.
Live from the 2015 World Gourmet Summit in Singapore, two Michelin starred chef Bruno Oger prepares an appetizer with oyster, caviar and apples.
After a straight-line upswing since the middle of last year, the greenback is likely to see consolidation for the next few weeks, says Khoon Goh, senior FX strategist at ANZ.
Mikio Kumada, executive director & global strategist at LGT Capital Partners, says the Nasdaq Composite is recovering lost grounds from 15 years ago and says China's market rally isn't justified by earnings among A-shares.
Paul Donovan, MD and senior global economist at UBS, outlines the "hideous" consequences of a "Grexit."
Michael Robinson, chief technology strategist at MoneyMorning.com, is impressed by the performance of cloud computing in Amazon and Microsoft's earnings results.
CNBC contributer Ron Insana discusses news that the tech-heavy Nasdaq hit all-time highs on Thursday and the rapid surge in mainland markets.
Speaking to CNBC at the Singapore Yacht Show, Francesco Frediani, commercial director of Mangusta, says Asia-Pacific holds the biggest future potential for the yacht industry.
The price of iron ore soared overnight as BHP Billiton signaled it would slow its expansion programs, says Jonathan Barratt, chief investment officer of Ayers Alliance Securities.
Tim Bajarin, president at Creative Strategies, is surprised that Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai's restructuring efforts are bearing fruit so quickly.
Stuart Leckie, chairman of Stirling Finance, discusses news that China will be opening up its market for clearing domestic bank card transactions to foreign players.
Jonathan Pain, author of The Pain Report, remains positive on Chinese stocks, but advises investors to move out of Shanghai and get into H-shares where there is a significant valuation discount.
High-frequency trading is back in the spotlight after the arrest of a U.K. trader who allegedly caused the May 2010 Wall Street "flash crash." CNBC discusses the news with Daryl Guppy, CEO of Guppy traders.com.
Jonathan Cavenagh, senior FX strategist at Westpac, says Australia's first-quarter inflation data released on Wednesday isn't weak enough to guarantee an interest rate cut next month.
David Williams, CEO of Williams Capital Advisors, says Facebook's miss on revenue due to a stronger U.S. dollar "isn't a meaningful miss" and expects further upside for the stock.
Ben Lichtenstein, president of Tradersaudio.com, says the U.S. tech sector has the potential for a major upside, which will likely drive Wall Street to all-time highs.
Bob O'Donnell, founder and chief analyst at Technalysis Research, says Yahoo's first-quarter earnings still point to several unresolved "big questions."
David Mann, chief economist, Asia at Standard Chartered Bank and Kelvin Tay, MD & Regional CIO, Southern APAC at UBS Wealth Management, discuss comments from Janus Capital's Bill Gross that German debt offers an opportunity for short sellers.
Kelvin Tay, MD & Regional CIO, Southern APAC at UBS Wealth Management, says Kaisa's dollar bond default is symptomatic with what will likely happen in China throughout 2015.
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