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China is quietly slowing down. Andrew Busch, Andrewbusch.com, and Frank Holmes, U.S. Global Investors, discuss how to invest there now.
Copper's downward trend foreshadows a stock market collapse, according to Societe Generale's bearish strategist Albert Edwards, who said equity markets will riot "Japan-style."
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as investors await a decision on interest rates from the European Central Bank.
Piyush Gupta, CEO at DBS, says DBS, southeast Asia's biggest bank, can sustain a large part of its profits and explains why he is not worried about a slowdown in China or euro zone troubles.
China's growing industrial might is likely to allow it to mount an increasingly formidable challenge to the military supremacy of the United States. The New York Times reports.
Michael McCarthy, Chief Market Strategist at CMC Markets says the weaker PMI data out of China was expected due to the fall away of external demand.
Roger Tan, CEO at SIAS Research advises on how to invest in Singapore's banking sector, and what to expect from the three big players DBS, UOB and OCBC.
North Korea's Supreme Court sentenced U.S. citizen Kenneth Bae to 15 years hard labor on Thursday for committing crimes against the North.
China's factory-sector growth eased in April as new export orders fell for the first time this year, a private survey showed on Thursday, suggesting the euro zone recession and sluggish U.S. demand may be reining in China's recovery.
A new strain of bird flu that is causing a deadly outbreak among people in China is a threat to world health and should be taken seriously.
As Hong Kong dock workers enter their fifth week of protests, Willy Lin, Chairman of the Hong Kong Shippers' Council evaluates the potential damage and impact arising from the strike.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports U.K. shares moved higher on positive manufacturing data; while most European markets remained closed for the May Day public holiday.
The world's most optimistic consumers reside in this populous Asian country, according to a survey by Nielsen.
China reported relatively benign manufacturing data on Wednesday, but analysts said the real story was the substantial fall in new factory orders, which they believe has the potential to trigger stimulus action from the government.
The European Union voiced strong concern over labor conditions in Bangladesh after a building collapse there killed hundreds of factory workers, and said it was considering action to encourage improvements.
Kumar Palghat, Director of Kapstream, says the latest data from China's manufacturing sector reveals the need for further support from global central banks.
Growth in China's manufacturing sector unexpectedly slowed in April as new export orders fell, raising fresh doubts about the strength of the economy after a disappointing first quarter.
SoftBank said there is no need to improve its $20.1 billion bid for 70 percent of U.S. wireless carrier Sprint Nextel, which has been challenged by Dish Network.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as a slew of economic data was released from the euro zone.
Leithen Francis, deputy Asia editor at Aviation Week, explains why Asian airlines reported "fantastic results" and says the region's aviation industry should consolidate over the next two years.
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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.
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, expects the Bank of Japan to unleash more stimulus ahead, which will spur further yen weakness.