Adrian Cook, CEO & MD of Carnarvon Petroleum, discusses the firm's discovery of what could be the largest oil field in Western Australia and outlines development plans.» Read More
David Kuo, CEO at the Motley Fool Singapore, discusses preliminary results from Sunday's referendum that showed Crimea voting overwhelmingly to join Russia.
The People's Bank of China (PBoC) announced late Saturday that it will be widening the currency's daily trading band to 2 percent from 1 percent. CNBC's Deirdre Wang Morris reports.
While transparency remains an issue, the scale of shadow banking in China is only a fraction of what is still present in the U.S. and Europe, says David Mann, Regional Head of Research, Asia at Standard Chartered Bank.
A Temasek-led consortium has made an offer on Friday to buy all of the shares in commodity trading firm Olam from its minority shareholders. CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar has more.
Barry Stowe, CEO, Asia, Prudential, says Prudential's long-term focus is what helped the firm stay afloat amid challenging economic conditions. The group's Asia business delivered strong results for 2013, with operating profits up 16 percent.
Robert Francis, Senior Policy Advisor at law firm Zuckert, Scoutt & Rasenberger, says the search for Malaysia Airlines flight 370 proved to be more difficult, than the case of Air France 447.
Marc Faber's comments about China seeing 4 percent growth may be too unrealistic, says David Mann, Regional Head of Research, Asia at Standard Chartered Bank, adding that China still has the potential for strong performance in the years ahead.
John Slosar, Chairman at Swire Pacific, says the purchase of new aircraft is essential to keep Cathay Pacific 'young and efficient'. He also explained why he's still bullish on the Chinese travel industry despite a growth slowdown.
John Slosar, Chairman at Swire Pacific, speaks to CNBC about the earnings of its core businesses, and focused on the property sector after profits from its property division declined in 2013.
Bert Dohmen, President and Founder at Dohmen Capital, explains why he disagrees with the Federal Reserve's policies.
China accounts for 40 percent of global copper demand. If weak data from China persists, copper prices are likely to head further south, says Kevin Kerr, Managing Editor & Trader at Commodity Confidential.
Boris Schlossberg, Managing Director at BK Asset Management, says the European Central Bank's rare shift in stance changed trading sentiment for the currency. He also commented on the Aussie's recent rally.
Weakness in German stocks on Thursday was a wake-up call for U.S. investors, who were 'disillusioned' about China's slowdown and the Ukraine-Russia standoff, resulting in a plunge on Wall Street, says Peter Boockvar, Chief Market Analyst at The Lindsey Group.
As we countdown to the contentious Crimea referendum set for Sunday 16 March, events continue to move apace. CNBC's Steve Sedgwick reports from Kiev with the latest.
It's been seven days since the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370. CNBC's Sri Jegarajah finds out how the families of passengers on board the missing plane are coping.
A bull market left to run without a correction for this long sets up stocks for huge declines, Marc Faber told CNBC on Thursday.
Asian shares traded mixed late Thursday. Domestic data lifted Australian stocks, while weaker-than-expected Chinese economic data limited gains in Shanghai.
Brian Weeden, Technical Advisor at Secure World Foundation, explains why there may have been a delay in the release of Chinese satellite images of potential debris from Flight MH370. The images, captured on Sunday, were only unveiled late Wednesday.
Marc Faber, Editor & Publisher of The While lowering Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, explains why his forecast of a 4 percent growth rate for China may not be a bad thing.
Marc Faber, Editor & Publisher of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, explains why he thinks China's economy will grow at a maximum of 4 percent per annum.
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