Susan Schwab, strategic advisor for Government & Global Trade Practice at Mayer Brown, discusses news that the Senate committee cleared a legislation to give the White House "fast track" authority to nail down the TPP.» Read More
William McNabb, CEO of Vanguard, discusses the investment strategy of Jack Bogle, Vanguard's founder, and explains why investors should invest in low-cost active fund.
Margaret Patel, senior portfolio manager with Wells Capital Management, attributes Wall Street's losses to "misplaced worries" on near term issues like Greece and a possible U.S. rate hike.
Somshankar Sinha, director, Asia ex-Japan Oil & Gas Research at Barclays, expects oil prices to move lower before averaging at mid-40s, given that the market is still seeing an oversupply.
Hari Krishnan, MD, Asia Pacific & Japan at LinkedIn, outlines the outlook on Asia after the professional networking site saw a robust surge in fourth-quarter revenue from this region.
Wayne Swan, former deputy prime minister of Australia, says the result of the secret vote on Monday was "inconclusive" and Prime Minister Tony Abbott will likely face further challenges down the road.
Adrian Mowat, chief emerging market & Asian equity strategist at JP Morgan, says investors are more focused on the Aussie dollar, given that there's more consistency from the central bank than who's in power in Canberra.
Adrian Mowat, chief emerging market & Asian equity strategist at JP Morgan, says the latest RRR cut was a "damp squib" that may be a problem for the economy and stock market.
Ronnie Chan, chairman of Hang Lung Properties, says the Hong Kong government's plans to boost land supply is working to stabilize property prices.
Despite surviving a leadership challenge early Monday, Australian Prime Minister Abbott won't be able to stay on until the federal budget in May, says Colin Chapman, founder and editor-in-chief of Australia and ASEAN Strategies.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has survived a secret ballot that challenged his leadership. CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports.
Martin Lakos, division director at Macquarie, says the budget to be released in early May will be an important platform for the Australian government to articulate their plans for the country.
Paul Yong, Vice President of Equity Research (Transport and Industrials) at DBS, says Singapore Airlines must tread carefully with its new premium economy seats.
Ahead of Chinese New Year, Marco Yau, Research Associate at CLSA, Brokerage CLSA says the Hang Seng Index, which is an earth rooster, will see some volatility this year.
Want an iPhone? No problem, go to an Apple store. But if you're in China, there are other ways to get one as CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.
Scott Upham, Vice President of Reputation Institute, says Takata's corporate reputation has been severely damaged as a result of recalls.
Raymond Tong, COO of Maxim's Group, says the YPO survey of CEO sentiment shows the decrease in confidence is most pronounced in ASEAN economies.
Michael Every, Head of Financial Markets Research, says the Reserve Bank of Australia is only just realizing that they've been dragged into a currency war.
Babak Kiani, Head of Portfolio Management for Multi-Asset at HSBC, says slowing global growth is one of the reasons why the commodity supercycle is coming to an end.
Prasarn Trairatvorakul, Governor of the Bank of Thailand, says the central bank has space to ease policy if economic data worsens.
Despite weak user growth, Twitter's monetization was key to strong financial results, says Jan Dawson, Chief Analyst at Jackdaw Research. He expects video to boost ad revenue going forward.
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