Megan Greene, managing director and chief economist at Manulife Asset Management, says there are positive economic data coming out of China such as the country's services sector.» Read More
Justin Hastings, senior lecturer at University of Sydney, discusses news that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un declared the country ready to respond to any kind of war against the U.S.
Seasonal pollution from crop burning in Indonesia's rain forests is taking a toll on Singapore's economy, with small businesses feeling the burn. CNBC's Pauline Chiou has more.
Vasu Menon, vice president at OCBC Wealth Management, explains why he's positive on Japanese and European equity markets.
Brian Jacobsen, chief portfolio strategist at Wells Fargo, says factors such as the timing of a U.S. interest-rate rise and third-quarter earnings season will likely fuel volatility in October.
Ngiam Tong Tau, chairman of Sky Urban Solutions, explains the advantages of vertical farming in urban environments such as Singapore.
What was once an industrial port site is now the $8 billion Barangaroo development, touted as Sydney's new financial hub. CNBC's Matt Taylor has more.
Ivan Feinseth, chief investment officer at Tigress Financial Partners, says embattled hardware providers such as Dell expand into software services to remain competitive.
Headwinds such as Fed uncertainties still plague Southeast Asian currencies, says Christy Tan, head of Asian market strategy at the National Australia Bank.
Investors will watch U.S. earnings for spillover effects from China's slowdown and Fed rate moves, says John Petrides, MD and portfolio manager at Point View Wealth Management.
Macau's tourism figures have improved but casino and gaming revenue remain very weak, says Jonathan Galaviz, partner at Global Market Advisors.
Countries reliant on commodities and foreign debt, including Indonesia and Malaysia, are a concern, says Paul Gambles, co-founder of MBMG Group.
The commodity price slump and $3 trillion in overborrowing by emerging markets firms could be a problem, says Jose Vinals, financial counselor and director of monetary and capital markets at the IMF.
Daniel Carder, director of the Center for Alternative Fuels, Engines and Emission at West Virginia University, discusses the difficulties in Volkswagen's plan to fix its diesel engines.
Paul Gambles, co-founder of MBMG Group, says Beijing's policymakers have lost control, as seen from the sharp downturn in China's economic trends.
Karen Short, managing director at Deutsche Bank Securities, says investors had expected stronger same-store sales in China.
A panel of experts from Eurasia and the BoAML weigh in on the Bank of Japan's meeting, the cabinet reshuffle and the political impact of TPP deal.
Jim McCaughan, CEO at Principal Global Investors, says metal and oil commodities may have further to fall due to "plentiful supply."
China's manufacturing strength and easy credit policies will not stimulate sufficient growth to meet IMF's forecasts, says Jim McCaughan, CEO at Principal Global Investors.
A resilient consumer sector will help Beijing post growth of 7.5 percent over the next five years, according to Simon Male, head of Asian equities at Auerbach Grayson.
The currency is doing the "heavy lifting" for the Reserve Bank of Australia, explains Savanth Sebastian, equities economist at Commonwealth Securities.
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