*Indonesia exports no tin for August- trade min. MELBOURNE, Sept 4- London copper fell on Friday but was set to log a second weekly gain after bets for monetary easing in Europe fuelled a short-covering rally that began to flicker out. The European Central Bank cut its growth and inflation forecasts on Thursday paving the way for an expansion of its already massive 1...» Read More
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest numbers on trade, with CNBC's Steve Liesman. Also, David Walker,Comeback America Initiative founder, president & CEO, weighs in.
Zhang Zhiwei, Chief China Economist, Nomura, reviews the latest Chinese trade data and concludes that the mainland recovery is on track.
China's export growth rebounded more strongly than expected in December from a three-month low, expanding at the fastest rate in seven months, although the outlook for 2013 remains cloudy with U.S. and European demand for Chinese goods still subdued.
Hamish Pepper, FX Strategist, Asia Pacific, Barclays Capital tells CNBC's Cash Flow how to play the AUD and EUR in light of the latest Chinese trade data.
Aadil Ebrahim, Managing Director, Bowen Asia analyzes the latest round of Chinese trade data for CNBC's Cash Flow.
China's export growth is set to rebound from a three-month low in December, although the recovery is likely to be feeble as U.S. and European demand for Chinese goods is still far below levels that would herald a convincing revival.
Fred Hochberg, Export-Import Bank of the United States chairman, discusses where to find investment opportunities in the area of trade.
Australia's trade deficit in November widened to its largest since early 2008 as imports again outpaced exports, though a recent meteoric rise in the price of iron ore suggests the worst of the trade pain is over for the resource-rich nation.
Glenn Levine, Senior Economist, Moody's Analytics says the recent increase in iron ore prices does not make up for the first half of last year. He expects Australia to still post large deficits in the future.
Richard Jerram, Chief Economist, Bank of Singapore says one of the tail risks for the global economy in 2013 is the usage of capital controls. He says the idea of liberal economics and protectionism has come under question.
Indonesia's benchmark index started 2013 with a record high, yet economic concerns could make fund investors turn away this year from a country that high domestic growth transformed into a popular safe haven during recent global turbulence.
How do you make money in these markets? Here's what some of the experts have told CNBC this morning.
Thai exports in November rose nearly 27 percent from a year earlier, as expected due to flooding in late 2011, and global demand remains soft, which means the country's policy rate is likely to stay low to help the export-driven economy.
Japan launched its second-ever trade complaint against China at the World Trade Organization on Thursday, challenging Beijing's claim that Japanese steel firms are competing unfairly in the world's biggest steel market.
Park Geun-hye is set to become South Korea's first female president as she takes on the job of reviving a slowing economy. CNBC's Chery Kang takes a look at how the president elect will face the task.
Evan Feigenbaum, Senior Associate, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace says trade conflicts between the U.S. and China is now the new normal as the two nations face domestic structural adjustments.
Japan's exports fell for a sixth straight month in November from a year earlier, adding yet more pressure on the Bank of Japan to vigorously expand monetary stimulus.
The dozens of vehicles that roared into northeast India this week on a rally from Indonesia symbolize deeper ties between the South Asian giant and Southeast Asia, but the dreadful roads along several parts of the 8,000 km journey also show how much remains to be done.
The Shanghai Composite has gone through a tough period, being the only market in the North Asian region that's down for the year. CNBC's Eunice Yoon finds out what's holding back mainland investors.
Brendan McGivern, executive partner at White & Case Geneva, tells CNBC why the United States is behind most trade disputes brought to the World Trade Organization.