Allowing local governments to issue bonds directly is a step forward in China's efforts to reform the economy, says Matthew Circosta, Economist at Moody's Analytics.» Read More
Wayne Gordon, Executive Director, Commodities of UBS Wealth Management, explains why consumers won't be put off by higher cocoa prices and discusses the surge in chocolate demand in emerging markets.
Cocoa prices have risen almost 20 percent year to date. CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar visits a factory in Singapore to find out whether higher prices have dampened chocolate demand in Asia.
The primary objective of Indian Prime Minister Modi's trip to Tokyo is to court Japanese businesses, says Sheila Smith, Senior Fellow for Japan studies at the Council for Foreign Relations.
In conjunction with "The World's Biggest Risks" special report, CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar examines the impact of rising geopolitical tensions around the world.
Hong Kong is bracing for protests after Beijing slammed the door on electoral reforms on Sunday, fanning fears of potential economic fallout.
Adir Shiffman, Chairman of Catapult Sports, introduces the firm's wearable analytics device and explains why it justifies the steep price tag of $100,000.
John Rutledge, Chief Investment Strategist at SAFANAD, expects the U.S. to see a raft of upbeat data this week that will confirm a strengthening job market and strong growth.
Joe Magyer, Senior Analyst at The Motley Fool, describes the risks in Beijing's strategy of using stimulus to maintain the country's rapid growth.
In conjunction with "The World's Biggest Risks" special report, CNBC's Pauline Chiou and Adam Bakhtiar discuss some of the biggest financial crises in the past century.
China's parliament announced on Sunday that it will control the nomination of candidates for 2017 elections in Hong Kong. CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more.
Ray Attrill, Co-Head of FX Strategy at National Australia Bank, discusses whether the nonfarm payrolls report or the European Central Bank's policy decision will be more dangerous for markets.
Jim Awad, Managing Director at Zephyr Management, expects Wall Street to continue its rally amid light trading in the week ahead.
Monthly indicators from the U.S. and China alongside central bank decisions in Australia and Japan are some of this week's key events, reports CNBC's Pauline Chiou.
Joseph Phua didn't waste time crying when he got dumped, instead he monetized his heartache by launching online dating app Paktor.
Joseph Phua, Founder of PAKTOR, tells CNBC why he started the dating app. He also discusses the competition with U.S. matchmaking app Tinder in Southeast Asia.
Mobile dating apps are making it easier for singles to discover romance. CNBC's Julia Wood takes a look at some of the most popular apps.
From a financial standpoint, geopolitical tensions in Ukraine don't have major economic repercussions, says James Bianco, President of Bianco Research.
Kingsley Jones, Founder and CIO of Jevons Global, explains how the European Central Bank could cause Wall Street to see lackluster trading in the coming months.
Dorothy Lakner, Managing Director & Analyst at Topeka Capital Markets, attributes the jump in Tiffany's earnings to product innovation and strength in the U.S. jewelry sector.
Charlie Bilello, Director of Research at Pension Partners, says ultra-low interest rates in the U.S. have driven prices of all asset classes to unprecedented levels.
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