Helen Qiao, chief Greater China economist at Morgan Stanley, says the launch of the "Qualified Domestic Individual Investor program" is part of China's commitment to make the yuan more convertible.» Read More
Sam Le Cornu, Senior Portfolio Manager, Asia Listed Equities at Macquarie Funds Group, explains why he's staying away from the Chinese e-commerce giant's much-anticipated IPO.
Alejandro Reyes, Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Politics and Public Administration at The University of Hong Kong, discusses the significance of the U.S. National Security Advisor's trip to China.
Shimon Peres, Former Israeli President, explains why legitimization and economic sanctions can resolve geopolitical tensions in the Middle East.
Robert Med, Partner at GMT Research, says the real issue facing Japan is the government's inability to rein in the country's mounting debt.
Ben Goldsmith, Associate Professor at the University of Sydney, says Russian President Vladimir Putin's hidden agenda will continue to fuel conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Roger Kay, President of Endpoint Technologies, says Alibaba is avoiding a repeat of Facebook's IPO debacle by pricing its shares at the lower range.
Despite last week's surprisingly weak U.S. jobs report, the Fed remains on track to hike rates over the next 6 to 12 months, says Tai Hui, Chief Asia Pacific Strategist at J.P. Morgan Funds.
CNBC's Pauline Chiou highlights events, policy announcements and data that will move markets in Asia this week.
The speed in which the factory can be built is the crucial reason why Tesla chose to build its super battery factory in Nevada, says Sam Jaffe, Principal Research Analyst at Navigant Research.
Kevin Slaten, Program Coordinator at China Labor Watch, highlights the unsafe standards used by Apple's supplier Catcher Technology.
As sanctions need time to take effect, diplomacy is still the way to go in dealing with Russia, says James Goldgeier, Dean of American University, School of International Service.
Erin Ennis, Vice President, U.S.-China Business Council, explains why the data indicating U.S.-China trade deficit at an all-time high may not be accurate.
Cyber attacks are on the rise as the world gets more connected digitally. CNBC's Julia Wood examines the trends in cyber crime thus far in 2014.
CNBC's Sri Jegarajah speaks to three oil sands producers about the issues they face in Canada's oil sands industry.
Canada sits on approximately 170 billion barrels of oil sands reserves but rising costs have been cutting into the margins of producers. CNBC's Sri Jegarajah reports.
Jason Bordoff, Founding Director of Columbia University, Center on Global Energy Policy, says Ukraine's challenges in gas supplies could intensify in the months ahead.
Brian Jacobsen, Chief Portfolio Strategist at Wells Fargo Funds Management Group, says the ECB's rate cut is a "pleasant surprise" and explains his bullish call on European stocks.
Speaking to CNBC at the IFA technology trade show in Berlin, Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai explains why he needs time to fully execute the firm's turnaround strategy.
Willem Nabarro, Head of European Equities for Asia at Exane-BNP Paribas, expects the central bank to take action on Thursday, which could lower the euro to 1.25 by year-end.
Soren Aandahl, Director of Research at Glaucus Research, discusses the report by Anonymous Analytics which accused Tianhe Chemicals of overstating its revenue and profits.
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