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Clive McDonnell, Head of Equity Strategy, Standard Chartered Bank discusses why he prefers investing in Thailand over Singapore. He also recommends stocks in the consumer discretionary space.
Markets may be fixated on China's widely-anticipated growth data due Friday, but some analysts tell CNBC investors should look beyond the figures and focus on other indicators which paint a more dire picture of the economy.
Given the history of Ford’s Mustang, I shouldn’t have been surprised at the reaction I heard this morning to an article in the Wall Street Journal.
Many Japanese have a sense that their country has outgrown an economic template based on constructing commodity goods, but they disagree over what should replace it. The New York Times reports.
Investments in Europe could come to total more than 20 percent of China's sovereign wealth fund’s diversified equities, according to Jin Liqun, chairman of the Board of Supervisors at the fund.
China's economy is accelerating again and inflation will tick up by the second half of the year after bottoming out in February, according to David Carbon, Managing Director of Economics and Currencies at DBS Bank.
Mergers and acquisitions are not necessarily the best way for a stock exchange to expand, according to the Chairman of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, Ronald Arculli.
John Noonan, Senior FX Analyst, Thomson Reuters says China's move to widen the yuan trading band reflects a confidence in the economy.
Simon Warner, Head of Macro Markets, AMP Capital says he doesn't expect a fast acceleration of RMB appreciation this year as authorities want to keep policy easy.
Failing to acknowledge a culture gap partly explains why some brand messages are not well received and integrated in China.
China's economy grew at its slowest in nearly three years in the first three months of the year. Peter Navarro, "Death by China" author; John Rutledge, Rutledge Capital chairman; and Anne Mulcahy, former Xerox chairman & CEO, discuss what the data means for the global economy and markets.
China's GDP figures in the first quarter indicated that the economy is not heading for a major crash, vindicating observers who say that China will manage to engineer a soft landing.
Had a tsunami developed in the Indian Ocean after a massive earthquake on Wednesday, the world’s most isolated people would have been at serious risk. Perhaps, even, at risk of extinction, the NYT reports.
Takeshi Kazami, Regional CEO, NTT Communications Asia Pacific discusses the company's strategy in Asia and its emphasis on cloud computing.
Speculation that China’s first-quarter gross domestic product will be stronger-than-expected put a bid in risk assets and hit the dollar Thursday morning.
Plans by Indonesia to ban exports of some raw minerals from 2014 and impose a 25 percent export tax on coal and base metals this year will stifle foreign direct investment, hurting growth prospects in Southeast Asia's largest economy.
In a move designed to shore up his standing, Kim Jong-un received the title of 'first secretary' ahead of the centennial of his grandfather's birth and an anticipated rocket launch, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
Campbell Wilson, CEO, Scoot talks about the budget carrier's new flights to China.
Jay Nelson, Senior Editor, Success Stories: Japan Executive Newsletter, explains why he thinks Sony provides impressive technology and has great potential. He adds the electronic brand name is so powerful it will last decades.
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Simon Grose-hodge, Head of Investment Advisory, South Asia at LGT Bank Singapore, remains overweight on developed markets as the U.S. and Europe are showing signs of recovery while emerging markets like China is seeing a slowdown.
Kelvin Tay, MD & Regional CIO for Southern APAC at UBS Wealth Management, expects U.S. firms to report 8 percent growth for 2014, but warns of risks from the recent winter freeze.
David Forrester, Senior Vice President, G10 FX Strategy at Macquarie, explains why he expects the dollar-yen currency pair to head up towards 110 in the coming 6 months.