Shanghai shares hogged the spotlight on Friday, as the key Shanghai Composite index extended losses, while Japan was the "quiet achiever" for the day.» Read More
Mark Durcan, CEO of Micron Technology, tells CNBC about the firm's plans to stay engaged with Apple. He later elaborates on his positive outlook for the near term.
John Saunders, MD & Head of Asian Real Estate at Blackrock, says the lifting of restrictions in the Chinese real estate sector will need time to take effect.
Stephen Davies, CEO of Javelin Wealth Management, says retaliatory sanctions from Russia may heighten the need for more interventionist policies from the European Central Bank.
Marc LoPresti, Founding Partner, LoPresti Law Group, says Walgreen's decision to not shift its headquarters overseas after U.S. President Barack Obama's speech, is a "public relations move."
Timothy Patrick McNally, Chairman of NagaCorp, highlights the factors that hurt its first half profits and discusses the challenges facing the gaming sector in Asia.
Jeff Mankoff, Fellow and Deputy Director at the Center for Strategic and International Studies' Russia and Eurasia Program, discusses the consequences if Russia launches an invasion of Ukraine.
James Dix, Media Analyst at Wedbush Securities, discusses the overnight decline in shares of Time Warner despite better-than-expected earnings.
John Dawson, CEO of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, is confident that the firm's strong brand name will give it an edge over competitors in Japan.
Michael Klibaner, Head of Research, Greater China at JLL, says a return of buyers and an easing of policies in some cities have stabilized property transaction volumes.
Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy & Chief Economist at AMP Capital Investors, says Wall Street may see more of a pullback in the short term, with the S&P 500 dropping to 1900.
Terry O'Connor, CEO of Courts Asia, discusses results of the Young President's Organization Global Pulse Confidence Index, which saw optimism among global CEOs hit a 3-year high.
Arnold Donald, CEO of Carnival Corporation, describes the initiatives that the firm has implemented to meet the demands of Chinese consumers.
The pullback in U.S. stocks isn't the much-anticipated summer correction and may be induced by uncertainty surrounding a Fed rate hike, says Mark Konyn, CEO of Cathay Conning Asset Management.
Jason Moser, Analyst at the Motley Fool, says strong first quarter sales in the U.S. and Europe made up for the slack in Toyota's international markets.
Christian Whiton, Principal at DC International Advisory, says the military buildup near Ukraine is just a "distraction" and insist that further Russian aggression is unlikely.
Sandy Lincoln, Chief Markets Strategist at BMO Global Asset Management, says the latest selloff won't last as strong fundamentals in the market will eventually trump geopolitical fears.
Ken Brinsden, CEO of Atlas Iron, says the new mine in Western Australia is an exciting development as it will be the firm's largest asset thus far.
Jackson Wong, Vice President at Tanrich Securities, says a scaled-back share offering and the elimination of secondary sales contribute to the success of WH Group's second listing attempt.
Bill Fitzpatrick, Senior Global Equity Analyst at Manulife, says Monday's earnings statement indicates that HSBC is "frustrated" with the lack of continuity among global regulators.
Ramon Ang, President and COO at San Miguel Corporation, describes how the firm's pitch for a city airport can resolve congestion problems and attract foreign investment.
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