N Chandrasekaran, MD & CEO of Tata Consultancy Services, discusses the better-than-expected net profit for the last fiscal year and explains the motivation behind the one-time bonus for employees.» Read More
Steve Shepherd, employment market analyst at Randstad, says a drop in participation may have lowered the jobless rate and explains what that means for the central bank's monetary policy.
Sanjeev Prasad, co-head, Institutional Equities at Kotak Securities, expects India's consumer price index for February to be at 5.2 percent and explains why the central bank will keep rates on hold for the coming months.
Eric Robertsen, head of Cross Asset Strategy at Standard Chartered, discusses the volatility in the currency markets amid growing divergence in monetary policies.
There's no need for a rate cut in Thailand as easing inflation doesn't indicate a collapse in demand, says Kobsidthi Silpachai, head-Capital Markets Research at Kasikorn Research.
Donna Kwok, senior China economist at UBS, says the string of Chinese data on Wednesday point to "multiple soft spots in the economy," which underscores the need for further stimulus.
The International Monetary Fund is set to decide on a financial rescue plan for Ukraine worth $17.5 billion. Mark Melatos, senior lecturer at University of Sydney, discusses.
Matt Joass, Research Analyst at the Motley Fool, says Fonterra handled the anonymous threat well and the incident shouldn't have a long-lasting impact on the dairy giant.
Vasu Menon, VP, Wealth Management Singapore, OCBC, expects the Fed to remain cautious when it comes to increasing interest rates this year, but will likely step on the accelerator in 2016.
Vivek Vaidya, vice president of Frost & Sullivan, outlines the factors that are in the favor of European carmakers.
Melissa Chau, senior research manager at IDC, says the Apple Watch has the potential to disrupt the crowded wearable space as it is the first "real mass market play."
Jim O'Donnell, chief investment officer at Forward, says last Friday's employment data brought in the notion that the Fed will raise interest rates in June or July.
Stuart Leckie, chairman at Stirling Finance, discusses news that Brady Dougan, the longstanding chief executive of Credit Suisse, is poised to step down.
Martin Schulz, senior economist at Fujitsu Research Institute, says components like consumer spending were stronger in the final quarter of 2014.
Judith Zielke, chief coordinator at Joint Agency Coordination Centre (JACC), says the team remains committed to complete searching the priority search area by May 2015.
Antonio Fatas, professor of Economics at Insead, says the meeting of euro zone finance ministers to weigh Greece's new reform plans will see "long and hard negotiations."
Uwe Parpart, MD & Head of Research at Reorient Financial Markets, discusses news that some foreign banks are adopting stricter lending criteria for China's state-owned enterprises (SOEs).
Nicole Wong, regional head of Property Research at CLSA, says China's property market is seeing improving conditions on the back of supportive policies.
The European Central Bank emphasized on the open-ended nature of its bond-buying program Thursday, which will likely be supportive of equities, says Dan Scott, vice president of Credit Suisse.
Nicholas Ferres, investment director, Global Asset Allocation at Eastspring Investments, explains why China's growth target for 2015 "doesn't make sense."
King Lip, chief investment officer at Baker Avenue Asset Management, expects February's nonfarm payrolls report to come in at the "lower range" due to energy and weather-related woes.
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