Shanghai shares hogged the spotlight on Friday, as the key Shanghai Composite index extended losses, while Japan was the "quiet achiever" for the day.» Read More
Ahead of the G-20 meeting in Cairns this weekend, Richard Goyder, Managing Director & CEO, Wesfarmers, outlines his expectations.
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Minister for Finance of Nigeria, discusses the impact of Ebola on cross-border trade in Africa. She also outlines the preventive measures Nigeria has implemented.
John Rice, Vice Chairman of General Electric, expects the U.S. recovery to fuel global demand for infrastructure. He is also confident that China can achieve 7.5 percent growth this year.
Sulian Tay, Managing Director at Temasek Holdings, says the firm's portfolio in the energy and resources sector has grown from 2 to 6 percent.
Speaking to CNBC ahead of the 3rd annual Singapore Summit, John Nelson, Chairman at Lloyd's of London, says an independent Scotland won't make a huge difference to its business.
Rett Wallace, CEO and Co-Founder at Triton Research, discusses Alibaba's decision to price its U.S. initial public offering for $68 per share - at the top of the expected range.
Michael Milken, Chairman of Milken Institute, outlines the institute's objectives in Asia and discusses the outlook for high-yield bond markets.
Chinese women helped drive global diamond jewelry sales up 3 percent to a record high of $79 billion in 2013, according to De Beers.
Kelly Hoppen, International Interiors and Product Designer at Kelly Hoppen Interiors, says the move into the e-commerce business helps the firm to sell internationally, particularly to Asia.
Hao Hong, MD of Research & Chief Strategist at Bank of Communications International, discusses if risks in the property sector could derail Chinese growth this year.
James McCormack, Global Head of Sovereign and Supranational Ratings at Fitch Ratings, says markets are still expecting the Fed to hike rates in the second or third quarter next year.
Peter Boardman, Managing Director of Tradewinds, expects Japanese firms to start seeing earnings growth that will lead to generous dividend payouts and share buybacks.
Jean-Marc Lieberherr, Managing Director of Rio Tinto Diamonds, introduces the firm's extremely rare red and pink diamonds, which will be featured at its exclusive annual sale in Hong Kong.
Alibaba's choice of New York over Hong Kong for its blockbuster initial public offering has sparked debate about the city's listing rules. CNBC's Susan Li reports.
Di Zhou, Equity Research Analyst, Thornburg Investment Management, explains why she's impressed with the Chinese e-commerce giant's IPO roadshow in the U.S..
Randy Kroszner, Former Fed Governor, explains why the Fed won't be dropping the phrase "considerable time" from its monetary policy decision anytime soon.
Jane Gottschalk, Co-Founder of Jax Coco, discusses the growth potential of coconut water and outlines the strategy which the firm used to compete with bigger names in the industry.
While Indian Prime Minister Modi is intent on wooing investment, he remains guarded against the mainland's strategic intentions, says Lisa Curtis, Senior Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
Michael Kurtz, Global Head of Equity Strategy at Nomura, discusses reports that the People's Bank of China injected liquidity into the country's top five banks.
Improving living standards are creating new investment opportunities in meat, milk and fish products. Simon Smiles, CIO of Ultra High Net Worth at UBS, explains why.
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