Nilesh Shah, MD & CEO, Envision Capital, says a better-than-expected first quarter earnings indicate that Infosys' full year guidance may have been too "conservative."» Read More
Anies Baswedan, Campaign Manager for Joko Widodo, elaborates on the presidential candidate's stance on issues like fuel subsidies and food security.
Mark Hibbs, MD & Portfolio Manager, Adamas Asset Management, says Japan's trade balance is a "structural issue" and explains why the Japanese yen isn't weak enough.
Besides pressure from the upcoming iPhone 6, Samsung is facing challenges from the low-end smartphone market, says Bob O'Donnell, Founder and Chief Analyst, Technalysis Research.
Nizam Idris, MD, Head of Strategy, Fixed Income & Currencies of Macquarie, picks infrastructure, fiscal consolidation, inflation and revenue widening as the four key issues in India's budget.
David Lea, Senior Analyst, Europe, Control Risks, says terrorism in Europe may changed a little since 2005 but extremists still exist within the U.K.
Masayuki Kichikawa, Chief Japan Economist, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, says the Bank of Japan's comments indicate that it maintains a "cautiously optimistic" view on the country's economy.
Marc Saluzzi, Chairman, The Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry, says it aims to become the investment hub for Chinese firms in Europe.
Sean King, Vice President at Park Strategies, says Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to South Korea isn't about North Korea but rather, it is an "anti-Japan and U.S. play."
Mike Seidel, Meteorologist & Field Reporter for The Weather Channel, tells CNBC the latest developments of the Hurricane Arthur from Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina.
Liew Mun Leong, Chairman, Changi Airports Group, says the Singapore airport had a good year in 2013 for receiving 54 million passengers. He later outlines future plans for two more terminals.
Jonathan Webb, Head of FX Strategy, Jefferies Bache and Sean Callow, Senior Currency Strategist at Westpac Bank, discuss their expectations for Thursday's European Central Bank meeting.
Azlin Ahmad, Editor of Argus Media Limited, says the resolution of Libya's oil crisis has quelled the supply fears brought about by the instability in Iraq.
Tina Burrett, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Sophia University, says the reforms may incite a negative response from Beijing. She also explains why it could endanger Japanese democracy.
If the U.S. economy creates more than 300,000 jobs, that could spark concerns about a sooner-than-expected interest rate hike, says Alvin Liew, Senior Economist at UOB.
As the Australian economy recovers, the central bank will be more likely to let the Australian dollar appreciate, says Andrew Abrahamian, Head of FX Strategy at Compass Global Markets.
Steve Goldman, Managing Director at Kapstream Capital, says Argentina has the "willingness and ability" to make payments to holders of its restructured debt.
Following Japan's May industrial production report, the Bank of Japan will be looking at whether companies are investing again, says Martin Schulz, Senior Economist at Fujitsu Research Institute.
Taiwanese protesters are worried that a trade deal will hurt businesses and increase political influence from Beijing, says Joseph Cheng, Chair Professor of Political Science at City University of Hong Kong.
Izumi Devalier, Japan Economist at HSBC, says investors should focus on the better-than-expected retail sales report instead of household spending.
King Lip, Chief Investment Officer at Baker Avenue Asset Management, discusses the poor reading of the U.S. economy in the first quarter and outlines the hurdles ahead.