Asian stocks mirrored the global rally seen around the world early Tuesday, induced by China's move over the weekend to stimulate its cooling economy.» Read More
Azmat Yusuf, founder of London-based Citymapper, introduces the urban transport app which provides users with real-time information. He also discusses the company's launch in Singapore.
Deborah Kay Elms, executive director of the Asian Trade Centre, discusses the progress of negotiations between Japan and the U.S. on two issues - cars and agriculture.
Joe Magyer, senior analyst at The Motley Fool, discusses how Chinese authorities are trying to crackdown on margin financing while keeping its economy going.
Speaking to CNBC at the Founders Forum Smart Nation Singapore conference, Steve Papa, founder of Parallel Wireless, discusses how next-generation wireless technology could become a reality.
Mike Harrowell, director of Resources Research at BBY, says the 12 percent rise in first-quarter iron ore production was a "good number" that will help Rio Tinto meet its 2015 guidance easily.
Bill Stone, chief investment strategist at PNC Asset Management Group, says this week's bailout talks may not see results and explains why comments about European stocks offering "unlocked value" is a nervous proposition.
Bill Stone, chief investment strategist at PNC Asset Management Group, attributes the rise in U.S. technology plays to expectations for improved first-quarter earnings.
Asian stocks finished lower on Monday even as China's central bank lowered the reserve requirement ratio over the weekend.
Speaking to CNBC at the Shanghai Auto Show, Mark Fields, CEO of Ford, says China remains the world's largest growth market with GDP estimates of 7 percent this year.
Michael Paladino, Real Estate & Leisure Team Head at Fitch Ratings, discusses the outlook for Macau's gaming sector and how new casinos in Southeast Asia are benefiting.
Catherine Yeung, investment director at Fidelity Worldwide Investment, explains why Philippine stocks are now "more investable."
The cut in the reserve requirement ratio was used to calm markets after the announcement of new trading rules on Friday, says Catherine Yeung, investment director at Fidelity Worldwide Investment.
Alan Willits, Asia Pacific chairman of Cargill, says Cargill's status as a privately-held company is important for it to operate on "long-term beliefs."
Speaking to CNBC at the World Economic Forum on East Asia in Jakarta, Alan Willits, Asia Pacific chairman of Cargill, outlines the factors that drive its business worldwide.
Even if talks yield a short-term technical deal this week, Greece still needs a third bailout after June to survive the next few years, says Koon How Heng, senior FX strategist at Credit Suisse.
Vivek Vaidya, vice president of Automotive at Frost & Sullivan, says"discarded brands" like the Ford Taurus can do well in China. He adds that the mainland is also on the lookout for new technology such as greener cars.
While the Indonesian government has the political will to develop infrastructure, the private sector is taking the lead in rural areas, says Anderson Tanoto, director of RGE Group.
While a "Grexit" won't happen, a Greek default is likely given that Athens refuses to cave in to reform demands, says Mark Andersen, global co-head of Asset Allocation at UBS CIO Wealth Management.
To curb slowing growth, Chinese policymakers could unveil another interest rate cut in May or June, says Mark Andersen, global co-head of Asset Allocation at UBS CIO Wealth Management.
Nobu Okada, CEO of Singapore-based Astroscale, explains the company's mission to carry out the world's first space debris clean-up in 2017.
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