Rajiv Biswas, Chief Economist for Asia Pacific at IHS Global Insight, says the breakthrough in nuclear trade talks will mean more U.S. involvement as India develops its energy sector.» Read More
By delivering more than expectations, Mario Draghi has proved that he's one of the most effective central bankers in the history of ECB, says Jesper Bargmann, Head of Trading for Asia at Nordea Markets.
Kamran Bokhari, Advisor on Middle Eastern & South Asian Affairs at Stratfor, explains why the oil-rich nation has entered a "new era fraught with perils."
Don Hanna, Asia Managing Director at Hanna-Roubini Global Economics, discusses the larger-than-expected stimulus unveiled by the European Central Bank on Thursday and its impact on European assets.
John Calverley, Head of Economic Research at Standard Chartered, says a faster adoption of technology can fix issues such as an inflexible labor market in Europe, thereby lifting growth.
Willem Nabarro, Head of European Equities for Asia at Exane-BNP Paribas, expects the ECB to roll out a bond-buying program worth a minimum of 500 billion euros and outlines the European stocks that he likes.
Vishal Sikka, CEO of Infosys, explains why he isn't worried about rising collision between the Democrats and Republicans, as well as the possible impact of a strengthening U.S. dollar.
Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, outlines his optimism on China's economy and discusses the significance of Chinese premier Li Keqiang attending the World Economic Forum at Davos.
Despite inflation likely to stay low in the coming months, the Bank of Japan remains optimistic that cheaper oil can boost Japan's economy, says Izumi Devalier, Japan Economist at HSBC.
Eugen Weinberg, Global Head of Commodities research at Commerzbank, says oil prices still have some downside potential, but will see a swift recovery in the second half of 2015.
Trade agreements are essential for the U.S. business community, says Steve Okun, Chairman of the Asia Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce. He explains what that means for the TPP trade talks.
Patrick Bennett, FX Strategist at CIBC, expects the European Central Bank to roll out a 500 billion euros purchase program on Thursday and says the move has been baked into the price.
Ivan Szpakowski, Analyst for Commodities Research at Citi, says the increase in supply among major producers boils down to capex decisions made years ago when prices were much higher.
To strike a balance between growth and reforms, Beijing will likely set a range of 7-7.5 percent for its growth target in 2015, says Chi Lo, Senior Economist for Greater China at BNP Paribas Investment Partners.
Phee Teik Yeoh, CEO of Air Vistara, says the company's current pricing is the tip of the iceberg for customers.
Albert Isola, the Finance Minister of Gibraltar, outlines the territory's approach towards developing its financial services and gaming sectors.
Nicholas Ferres, Investment Director at Eastspring Investments, says Monday's sharp selloff in Chinese financials isn't a surprise since the sector's recent gains weren't based on fundamentals.
Ajay Sunder, Vice President of Information and Communications Technology at Frost & Sullivan, says the Chinese smartphone maker should focus on emerging markets, as a lack of premium branding means challenges in mature markets.
Steven Englander, Global Head of G-10 FX Strategy at Citi, says the surprise move by the Swiss National Bank will not divert the European Central Bank away from its goal of weakening the euro.
Tai Hui, Chief Asia Market Strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, says the actions of the Fed and European Central bank will have ripple effects on other central banks.
While the requirement investment amount for U.K. investor visas have been raised to 2 million pounds, the amount isn't high enough to deter Chinese investors, says Paul Haswell, Partner at Pinsent Masons.
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