The Shenzhen Connect is beneficial for both mainland investors and Shenzhen companies, says Tony Nash at Complete Intelligence.
Jacob Kirkegaard of the Peterson Institute for International Economics discusses why the referendum in Italy failed.
Pete Santora, VP at Softwear Automation, reviews automated textile production technology, comparing it to efforts to make autonomous vehicles.
The role of religion in Indonesia's political sphere is a factor in protests, says the Australian Catholic University's Dina Afrianty.
A closer look at U.S. nonfarm payrolls and the unemployment rate this past year.
Nicole Miller Regan at Piper Jaffray remains upbeat on Starbucks shares.
Tim Condon of ING Financial Markets talks about the OPEC output cut deal and how to play the global reflation trade.
StanChart's David Mann explains downside risks are for the euro.
Nannette Hechler-Fayd'herbe at Credit Suisse talks about positive vibes on emerging markets.
Better economic data and positive sentiment means stock markets can move higher, says Jeff Kravetz at U.S. Bank WM.
James Marsden talks to CNBC about the most memorable roles he's played and upcoming films.
James Marsden talks about playing a bot in a Western-themed amusement park in the new HBO hit, Westworld.
John Licata at Blue Phoenix says innovation will keep renewable energy competitive and his views on whether new policies will affect renewables in the future.
StanChart is on the defensive as it deals with a slowdown in China and emerging markets, Says Alex Wong, director at Asset Management.
OPEC compliance issues may limit a big increase in oil prices, says AMP Capital Investors' Shane Oliver.
Progress in China's industrial sector led to better-than-expected PMI figures this month, says J.P. Morgan's Grace Ng.
The ringgit has become disconnected from its fundamentals, says StanChart's Divya Devesh.
Pioneer Investments' John Carey discusses higher oil prices and the effect on U.S. markets and the economy.
Political uncertainty has left the outlook for Asia's fourth-largest economy as cloudy as a glass of makgeolli, a traditional Korean rice liquor.
OPEC spent the past year jawboning so the output cut might just bring production back to original levels, says Stephen Schork, editor of The Schork Report.