A bull market left to run without a correction for this long sets up stocks for huge declines, Marc Faber told CNBC on Thursday.» Read More
Jay Richards, Investment Manager, GTL Capital Management says the Mongolian government is in a better position than Rio Tinto in terms of pressuring the company to come to terms with payments on the Oyu Tolgoi copper and gold mine.
Steen Jakobsen, Chief Economist at Saxo Bank, is concerned about slowing global growth and believes the uptick we've seen in China is temporary. He highlights the US as having the most long-term growth potential.
Taimur Baig, Director & Chief Economist of Global Markets Research at Deutsche Bank, says Asia still has pockets of strong growth despite global regulatory uncertainty.
Neal Dihora, Equity Analyst at Morningstar, says defense companies need certainty on the US 'sequester' spending cuts in order to carry on with their business plans.
Ian Bremmer, President of Eurasia Group, explains why he thinks the looming sequester in the US is a drop in the bucket relative to the budget.
Todd Cione, COO of Microsoft Asia Pacific, speaks to CNBC about the upgraded Windows Office and the importance of consumer privacy.
John Sculley, Partner at Sculley Brothers and former CEO at Apple, says investors may be treating Apple's stock unfairly.
Carl Hess, Global Head of Investment at Towers Watson, says equities are reasonably valued at this point, but that weak economic fundamentals still hold a long-term sway over the markets.
Eric Bleeker, Senior Tech Analyst at The Motley Fool, says the recent falls in Apple's stock price is a case of investors getting ahead of themselves. He is confident Apple will find the right way to return cash to shareholders.
Mathew Driver, Division President for Southeast Asia at Mastercard, says the first step to gaining penetration in Myanmar's debit and credit card market is to ensure better access to bank accounts.
Kelvin Tay, Regional CIO for Southern APAC at UBS Wealth Management, warns that equity markets are set for a choppy ride in the coming months.
Alex Arena, Group MD at Hong Kong Telecommunications, says the firm are firing on all cylinders and is pleased with the company's first year performance. He labels Apple's phone-locking policy in Hong Kong as unprecedented and inappropriate.
An inconclusive election result in Italy that raises the specter of policy deadlock in the euro zone's third largest economy, appears to have stopped a stellar euro rally and could mark a turnaround in the currency's recent good fortunes, analysts said.
Will Oswald, Global Head of Fixed Income of Currency and Commodities Research at Standard Chartered, explains the downside risks for the single currency.
Andrew Brandler, CEO of power supply firm CLP, discusses the company's full-year earnings and warns of rising challenges in its Australian and Indian operations.
Sean Callow, Senior Currency Strategist at Westpac Bank, expects the euro-dollar trade to hit 1.28-1.29 and analyzes why markets have been fairly complacent about having a center-left coalition in Italy's parliament.
The chairman of Japan Airlines (JAL), which has had to ground its entire fleet of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft after a battery fire, had reservations from the start on relying on one vendor.
Thomas Kloet, CEO of TMX Group, puts a tough quarter behind him and outlines why TMX is excited about Asia Pacific growth opportunities.
Tony Tyler, Director General & CEO at IATA, says the airline industry is keeping a close eye on the consequences of sequestration as it could heavily impact capacity and operations.
Antonio Fatas, Professor of European Studies and Economics at INSEAD, outlines what Italy needs to do to fix its economy, regardless of the outcome in the election.