P S Suryanarayana, Current Affairs Editor at Institute of South Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore, says Sri Lanka's new president is facing a delicate relationship with Beijing.» Read More
Alvin Liew, Senior Economist at UOB, explains why he doesn't expect any additional easing anytime soon.
Lim Ming Yan, CEO of CapitaLand, attributes the 187 percent leap in fourth-quarter profits to factors like a pick-up in its Vietnam business and higher gains from its investment properties.
Saktiandi Supaat, head of Global FX Strategy at Maybank, says the euro could hit 1.13 to the dollar depending on the ECB meeting minutes due on Thursday and the outcome of Greece's debt negotiations on Friday.
Mikio Kumada, executive director & global strategist at LGT Capital Partners, says Greece and its European creditors still need to work on a longer-term solution, which will last after the current bailout program expires.
Willem Nabarro, Head of European Equities for Asia at Exane-BNP Paribas, explains why he's not expecting a deal to be made in Brussels on Monday.
Steve Goldman, managing director at Kapstream Capital, says Greece and its international creditors will find common ground in the short run, but the same situation could see a repeat until an inevitable default in Greece.
Eisuke Sakakibara, former Vice Finance Minister of Japan from 1997-1999, says the Japanese yen is coming within the range of 115-120 against the U.S. dollar as the country sees a sustained recovery.
Ian Bright, Senior Economist at ING, describes data that shows certain countries like France and Turkey have a high number of couples who hide debt from one another.
Jonathan Webb, head of FX strategy at Jefferies Bache, says Denmark has a permanent currency pegs so the level of foreign reserves won't matter.
Vandana Hari, Asia editorial director at Platts, attributes the recent rally in oil markets to the fact that traders are positioning for a recovery 6 months later.
Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy and chief economist at AMP Capital Investors, discusses the market rally on Friday following news that Greece agreed to talks over its debt problems.
Hugh Young, managing director and global head of Equities at Aberdeen Asset Management, discusses Credit Suisse's decision to propose 0.70 Swiss francs per share dividend for 2014, more than expectations of 0.63 Swiss francs per share.
After posting a first-half profit gain due to a surge in initial public offerings, Elmer Funke Kupper, CEO of ASX, discusses whether the upward trend in profit is sustainable going forward.
Tom Rogers, senior economic advisor at EY Eurozone Forecast, expects the negotiations between Greece and euro zone finance ministers to continue for a few weeks.
Andrew Holland, CEO of Ambit Investment Advisors, says the ruling party's defeat in New Delhi won't impact the implementation of policies, but is a "huge wake up call" for Indian Prime Minister Modi.
Ian Narev, CEO of Commonwealth Bank of Australia, outlines the lender's strategy in achieving an 8 percent jump in cash profit and outlines his expectations for Australia's interest rates.
Pavlo Sultansky, Ukrainian Ambassador to Singapore, attributes unrest in Ukraine to Russia's attempt of finding an external enemy so as to "postpone the collapse of the country."
Joe Magyer, senior analyst at Motley Fool, discusses the market impact of Greece's crisis and says the country won't be able to stay in the euro zone without making painful concessions.
Marko Mrsnik, director of Sovereign Ratings at Standard and Poor's, explains why he expects Greece to reach an agreement with its creditors this week.
Piyush Gupta, CEO of DBS, says the firm's bad debt provisions were unchanged from a year ago and explains why the Singapore bank isn't worried about its exposure to the commodity sector.
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