Apart from profit-taking, the declines in Wall Street point to concerns over Friday's nonfarm payrolls, says JJ Kinahan, chief strategist at TD Ameritrade.» Read More
Pro-democracy protests have raised the risk of cyber attacks in Hong Kong, says Bryce Boland, VP & CTO at FireEye, adding that most cyber crimes are targeted at businesses.
John Lee, Director at Kokoda Foundation, explains why the argument that China is the region's dominant power based on its economic and military capacities is weak.
Uwe Parpart, MD, Head of Research, Reorient Financial Markets, says Japan's monetary policy is implemented decisively, noting BOJ Governor Kuroda knows how to handle market expectations.
October's trade figures are "very good" and will likely persist as Japanese exporters expand into other parts of Asia, says Martin Schulz, Senior Economist at Fujitsu Research Institute.
Karl Brauer, Senior Analyst at Kelley Blue Book, discusses comments by Bill Ford, Chairman of Ford, that the carmaker won't delay its plans to roll out fuel-saving models.
James Lowell, CIO at Adviser Investments, says an improving job market and lower gas prices will induce strong spending until year-end.
David Forrester, Senior Vice President, G10 FX Strategy at Macquarie, discusses the relationship between the yen and the South Korean won. He later explains why the renminbi is the next interesting point in Asia.
Shan Weijian, Group Chairman & CEO at PAG, outlines the factors that are driving Chinese private equity firms to invest overseas.
Guy Look, CFO & Executive Director of Sa Sa International, describes how structural changes in tourist arrivals and pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong have impacted sales growth.
Hayden Briscoe, Director-Asia Pacific Fixed Income at AllianceBernstein, describes how economic and political events in Japan are moving the country's bond market.
Greg Matwejev, Director of FX Hedge Fund Sales and Trading at Newedge, expects dollar-yen to stay near 117 and says something new will need to occur to propel the pair towards the 120 level.
Perry Warjiyo, Deputy Governor of Bank Indonesia and Wellian Wiranto, Economist at OCBC Bank, discuss the central bank's decision to hike interest rates following a cut in fuel subsidy.
The mainland will never become the dominant power in Asia, according to a report by Australia's not-for-profit think tank Kokoda Foundation. CNBC's Samantha Loring has more.
The delay in sales tax hike, along with the BOJ's surprise stimulus, will help Japan to meet its 2 percent inflation goal, says Takuji Okubo, Principal & Chief Economist at Japan Macro Advisors.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called a snap election late Tuesday. Scott Seaman, Senior Analyst, Asia at Eurasia, discusses the rationale behind the move.
Kevin Book, MD of Research at ClearView Energy Partners, discusses possible scenarios that could happen following the rejection of the Keystone pipeline bill late Tuesday.
Sandy Lincoln, Chief Market Strategist at BMO Asset Management, discusses whether the U.S. Senate blocking the Keystone XL pipeline bill could jolt oil prices.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Tuesday that he would call an early election to seek a fresh mandate for his economic policies. CNBC's Kaori Enjoji reports.
Asian bourses turned mixed late Tuesday, with Sydney and mainland indices under-performing on the back of a steeper-than-expected fall in China's new home prices.
Laurence Brahm, Founder of the Himalayan Consensus Institute, discusses the emergence of a new financial framework that has spurred the integration of third world nations with its developed peers.
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