The international investigation into the mysterious disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines flight has so far yielded more questions than answers.
Markets may be looking to Japan's central bank to goose the economy, but easing may have reached its limits, with the next phase in corporate hands.
Shares of Malaysian Airline System (MAS) hit a record low on Monday after a Boeing 777 operated by the airline went missing over the weekend.
A strike at an IBM factory in China illustrates how shifts in the country's labor market are emboldening workers to take matters into their own hands.
Tony Nash, Vice President at IHS, says investors should not be disheartened by a raft of disappointing data from China and Japan on Monday as there are still positive signs from Southeast Asia, like India and Indonesia.
Commenting on Monday's rout in Australian resources stocks due to poor\ Chinese trade data, Philip Parker, Chairman & CEO, Altair Investment Management, says the selloff may have been overdone.
Tony Nash, Vice President at IHS, explains how missing aircraft, Malaysia Airlines flight 370, could spook equity markets and potentially impact Asia's aviation sector.