Asian shares were lower Wednesday amid lingering worries over China's economy, while overnight losses on Wall Street further ignited a flight-to-safety.» Read More
The likelihood of strikes this May and June by workers in South Africa's strategic mining sector may curb output, presenting an upside risk for the precious metal.
The Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand dismissed claims on Friday that his country is taking part in a global currency war, despite recent steps to temper strength in its domestic currency.
Data showing Japanese investors are looking for higher yields elsewhere is not good news for the yen.
Jason Brady, MD & Head of Fixed Income at Thornburg Investment Management, says the current dynamics are showing a lot more risks than rewards.
Mahendra Negi, CFO & COO at Trend Micro says that a weaker yen has been beneficial for the firm and stresses on the possible preventive steps companies & govt should take in the wake of rising threat from cyber crime.
Deborah Wince-Smith, President & CEO of the U.S. Council on Competitiveness is very optimistic about the competitiveness of America's workforce. She says talent-driven innovation is the most important driver of competitiveness going forward.
Bill English, Finance Minister of New Zealand, talks about Wellington's plans to raise cash to bring its economy back into surplus. He also discusses why he is unconvinced on Abenomics and denies recent claims that New Zealand is getting involved in global currency wars.
Stacey Allaster, Chairman & CEO of the WTA; Andrew Georgiou, CEO of World Sport Group talk about what the record five year deal to bring the Women's Tennis Association to Singapore will do for Asian sporting events.
Mike Smith, CEO of ANZ, explains why the bank is unafraid of executing its pan-regional strategy.
Geoff Raby, Chairman & CEO, Geoff Raby & Associates and Vice Chairman, Macquarie Group China says despite questions about the accuracy of China's most recent trade data, the figures tell a consistent story over time of an economy that is still growing quite strongly.
Kelvin Tay, Regional CIO, Southern APAC at UBS Wealth Management describes current market performance as a rubber duck awash in a flood of central bank liquidity.
Joel Stern, Chairman & CEO of Stern Stewart & Co. says stock markets are rising because central banks are going through this monetary ease, but the effects are not trickling down to the real economy.
Stuart Oakley, Managing Director, Asian Currency Trading at Nomura says global central banks are punishing the consumers for being stingy. He also states his reasons for recommending investors to be short U.S. Dollar & long Chinese yuan.
Robert Geringer, CEO at Domus U.S. Multifamily Real Estate Fund, describes the demand for its REIT IPO as it gears for a listing on the Australian stock exchange.
Sell in May and go away? Not according to one portfolio manager who says the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing above 15,000 for the first time ever on Tuesday is just the start.
David Roche, Global Strategist at Independent Strategy, explains why he thinks current conditions for the markets point to an unsustainable ideal.
Raymond Tong, GM of Corporate Development at China Resources Enterprise shares the results of YPO's latest Global Pulse Confidence Index. The survey finds Japan's confidence level at its highest while optimism in China has tempered slightly.
Gene Peroni, SVP & Portfolio Manager at Advisors Asset Management explains how the strong economic rebound in the U.S and support from the Fed will lead the Dow to 18,000.
Nikkei stock index is back on a tear. The index surged past the 14,000 level for the first time in nearly five years on Tuesday, boosted by weakness in the yen.
European Central Bank Chief Mario Draghi's latest comments that further monetary easing in the euro area is possible is making euro bulls think twice, say currency analysts.