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Daphne Roth, Head Equity Research, Asia at ABN AMRO Private Banking tells CNBC's Cash Flow why she remains overweight on Asia equities in 2013.
Forget a weakening economy and the prospect of further monetary easing. Here's what will keep the Aussie dollar robust in the months ahead - a rebound in commodity prices and even lower interest rates among the world's big economies.
In what would be a drastic liberalization of China's huge but still cloistered capital markets, the country's top securities regulator said Monday that foreign investment could be allowed to rise as much as tenfold. The NYT reports.
Frederic Neumann, MD & Co-Head of Asian Economics Research, HSBC says Asia's loose monetary conditions could cause inflation to spike again. He adds that monetary tightening may be needed.
Shares in Australia's Billabong International surged more than 12 percent on Tuesday after the struggling surfwear company received a second takeover proposal.
Clarence Wong, Asia Chief Economist, Swiss Re expects life insurance premiums to grow by about 10% this year. He adds that health protection gaps in the region will also help insurers.
Barry Stowe, CEO, Asia, Prudential explains why his firm is focusing its efforts on Cambodia. He discusses the opportunities that Southeast Asia presents to Prudential.
Central banks increasingly want to hold yuan as trade with China grows, a move that would boost the currency.
CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on all the market moving events from around the globe.
Inflation appears to have finally turned a corner in India, and a big beneficiary could be the rupee. Find out why.
India will delay by two years the implementation of controversial rules on tax avoidance to 2016, Finance Minister P. Chidambaram said on Monday, giving some respite to investors after the measures dented confidence at a time the country needs capital inflows.
China Investment Corporation (CIC), the world's biggest sovereign wealth investor said 2012 was a much better year for the $482-billion fund, with returns of over 10 percent.
India's army chief accused Pakistan on Monday of detailed planning of an attack along Kashmir's de facto border last week in which two soldiers were killed and said India reserved the right to retaliate.
Third time lucky for some, could it be a case of seventh time lucky for Singapore,which has just unveiled its latest and most stringent measures to cool a sizzling property market, which has so far defied a slew of steps unveiled since 2009.
Shares of Li & Fung fell 16 percent to a three-month low after the global supply chain manager warned of a steep drop in core operating profit, taking investors by surprise and triggering concern over its ability to reach a three-year earnings target.
Oil prices may rise this week, boosted by expectations of further weakness in the U.S. dollar against its European counterpart and on indications global growth is improving, according to CNBC's latest survey of oil market sentiment, though gains may be limited by increased supply from North America.
Shares in Citic Telecom surged 13.4 percent on Monday after it agreed to buy a 79 percent stake in a Macau telecom company from Cable & Wireless Communications and Portugal Telecom for $1.2 billion, giving the Chinese company greater access to fast-growing Macau.
South Korea's plan to stimulate its weak economy via government spending and policy measures depends on how China's economy performs this year, the finance minister of Asia's fourth largest economy said.
Robert Prior-Wandesforde, Director of Asia Economics, Credit Suisse does not expect inflation to pose a huge threat to Asian economies. He adds that the pressure on central banks to ease policy is gradually decreasing.
After the Bank of Korea left monetary policy unchanged for the consecutive third month, some analysts say the government has been forced to prop up demand. CNBC's Chloe Cho asked South Korea's Finance Minister whether he agreed with that view.
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David Frigstad, Chairman of Frost & Sullivan, says Japanese firms are "aggressively" pursuing changes in their corporate culture after missing out on previous global opportunities.
Jeffrey Halley, Senior Manager at Saxo Capital Markets, describes the factors impacting the rupee in Thursday trade.
Richard Gelfond, CEO of IMAX, explains why the firm is still seeing "great appetite" for its theater in the mainland.