Asian stocks traded mixed on Tuesday, overlooking a strong session on Wall Street, as fears of a further slump in oil prices resurfaced.
Atul Goyal, Senior Analyst at Jefferies, says the cyberattack won't impact Sony for long. He adds that sales for "The Interview" could exceed earlier projections, given the global interest.
Keith Fitz-Gerald, Chief Investment Strategist at Money Map Press, explains why markets could see "periodic bouts of fear" in 2015 due to the Fed.
Asian equities largely rose on a data-light Monday following a bounce in oil markets and a third consecutive winning session on Wall Street last Friday.
Matthew Phan, Analyst, Asia-Pacific Banks at CreditSights, discusses the significance of news that Beijing has loosened market access restrictions for foreign lenders.
Jonathan Barratt, Chief Investment Officer at Ayers Alliance Securities, expects a risk premium to be built into fuel prices soon and explains why cheaper oil is a double-edged sword for consumers.
Jackson Wong, Associate Director at United Simsen Securities Limited, says the verdict was less severe than expected, which gave shares of Sun Hung Kai Properties a lift on Monday.
Vasu Menon, Vice President, Wealth Management at OCBC, expects a volatile year ahead as a possible hike in U.S. interest rates will lead to increased anxiety among market investors.
CNBC's "Street Signs Asia" team discusses 10 surprising facts about North Korea after a recent Sony hack attack put the communist country back into global spotlight.
Greg Gibbs, Senior Currency Strategist at RBS, says ECB governing council member Luc Coene's comments that the bank should start buying government bonds is negative for the euro.
While North Asian markets appear set to outperform on the back of a U.S. recovery, commodity exporters in Southeast Asia could suffer, says Daphne Roth, Asia Equity Strategist at ABN AMRO.
Hartmut Issel, Head of Wealth Management Research, Singapore at UBS, outlines his expectations for various asset classes in 2015 as global central banks pursue differing policies.
Lawrence Yong, founder and CEO of MoolahSense, explains how the Singapore-based peer-to-peer lending platform selects businesses to help them with funding campaigns.
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