Caroline Russell, CEO of Boh Plantations, speaks to CNBC's Julia Wood about the company's focus on maintaining dominance in its home ground, Malaysia.» Read More
Chinese citizens have been huffing over a building that's been erected in China's Jiangsu province. This giant, copper puffer fish costs about $11.5 million to build and hovers around 15 storeys above the ground.
Andrew Freris, Chief Investment Advisor for Asia at BNP Paribas draws comparisons between the debt mess in US with India and talks about his investment strategy.
Steve Goldman, Managing Director at Kapstream Capital says it's unlikely a U.S government shutdown would last long. He expects U.S. yields to head even lower from current levels.
Neil Gilmour, Vice President, Development, Integrated Gas at Shell says natural gas is the answer to the world's rising energy demand while it also addresses environmental issues.
Valentijn Van Nieuwenhuijzen, Head of Investment Strategy, Multi Assets at ING Investment Management says that the project will be more successful if it is expanded beyond just one region.
CNBC's Bernie Lo and Sri Jegarajah discuss whether Shanghai's free trade zone, scheduled for launch this Sunday, is an example of the government's commitment to financial reforms.
Mirza Baig, Head of Foreign Exchange and Interest Rate Strategy, Asia at BNP Paribas doesn't think August's upbeat CPI data will weaken the yen. Paul Gruenwald of Standard and Poor's Ratings Services expects more central bank stimulus.
Paul Gruenwald, Chief Economist, Asia Pacific, Standard and Poor's Ratings Services thinks fiscal tightening by Washington is premature and will subtract from the U.S. growth momentum. He says the U.S. fiscal problem is a longer term one.
Erik Ristuben, Chief Investment Strategist at Russell Investments, says the Federal Reserve's decision not to taper its stimulus means it wants to protect the long end of the curve and keep current mortgage rates at current levels.
In a first on CNBC interview, Richard Westerdale, Director of Policy Analysis & Public Diplomacy at the Bureau of Energy Resources of the U.S. Department of State discusses America's shale gas boom.
Tim Jagger, Senior Vice President, Portfolio Manager, Asian High Yield at Aviva Investors says Asian high yield debt doesn't have exposure to a rise in U.S. treasury yields, which is expected to happen when the Fed starts tapering its asset purchase scheme.
Keki Mistry, Vice Chairman & CEO of HDFC says the decline in property prices has been marginal at most and explains why the nation is not at risk of a bubble.
Iwan Azis, Head of the Office of Regional Economic Integration, Asian Development Bank says that while Asian bond markets are resilient, weak growth could accelerate outflows.
Eric Lascelles, Chief Economist at RBC Global Asset Management is confident that the U.S. government will avert a shutdown. He says Washington's fiscal tussle presents a buying opportunity in markets.
In a first on CNBC interview, Adrian Jones, General Manager & Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific at Oracle shares his enthusiasm about the firm winning the 34th America's cup.
A merger between Applied Materials and Tokyo Electron is a vote of confidence in Japan as it steps up its efforts to revive its fortunes, analysts say.
Dee Senaratne, Head of Research, Indonesia at CLSA says companies exposed to falling commodity prices will benefit from the weaker Indonesian rupiah. He lists his sector picks.
Greg Clark, Member of Parliament and Financial Secretary to the Treasury of the U.K., says his group is working to develop global financial regulations to establish investor trust in financial markets again.
Harold Ford Jr., Managing Director, Morgan Stanley expects more volatility in American politics ahead. He thinks Republicans will only reach an agreement about the US debt ceiling at the eleventh hour
Ruben Emir Gnanalingam, CEO, Westports Malaysia speaks exclusively to CNBC about the demand for their upcoming IPO, which could be the largest in Malaysia this year.