A racehorse in Hong Kong can cost up to HK$10 million. Anthony W K Chow, The Hong Kong Jockey Club, breaks down the costs and benefits of investing in racehorses.
The president's speech suggests U.S. involvement in Afghanistan for some time to come, says Jacob Neiheisel, assistant professor at the University at Buffalo.
BHP's earnings were also notable for a debt buyback that will help future cash flows, says Juerg Kiener, MD & CIO, Swiss Asia Capital, Singapore.
Asian markets opened mixed on Tuesday following a 3-day losing streak in the Nasdaq.
Frederic Neumann, MD & Co-Head of Asian Economics Research, HSBC, says the recovery in South Korea has been narrowly focused in the tech sector.
Trump's call to Pakistan to stop harboring militants shows wider aspect of Afghanistan conflict, says Charles Lipson, professor of Political Science, University of Chicago.
A dip in the current market rally presents an opportunity to buy, says Jeff Knight, head of Global Investment Solutions, Columbia Threadneedle Investments.
Japanese rare whisky is increasingly popular for investment, says Rickesh Kishnani CEO of Whisky Investment Fund.
A meeting of global central bankers this week in Jackson Hole, Wyoming is a good opportunity to listen for more on withdrawing extraordinary stimulus, says Joshua Crabb, head of Asian Equities, Old Mutual Global Investors.
Alibaba and Marriott hope to offer Chinese travelers a seamless booking experience from rooms to local services, says Peggy Fang Roe, chief sales and marketing officer, Asia Pacific, Marriott International.
A tense border standoff between India and China can be dealt with at the leadership level, says Sachin Chaturvedi, director general, Research and Information System for Developing Countries.
Solid earnings in Japan and China underpin support for those markets, says Jonathan Garner, Morgan Stanley's chief Asia and emerging market strategist.
Kim Jong Un remains determined to pursue regime survival via weapons programs, says Scott Seaman, director, Asia, Eurasia Group.
Asia markets opened mixed with telecom companies under pressure on government call for discounts and Bluescope Steel down in Australia on a profit warning.
Richard Harris, chief executive, Port Shelter Investment Management, expects policymakers to be cautious in remarks at Jackson Hole, Wyoming, meeting.
Nadia Thalmann of the Institute for Media Innovation, Nanyang Technological University, talks about the development of social robots which "learn" social skills.
It's time to rotate into dividend-oriented names and companies that are less U.S.-focused, says Michael Yoshikami of Destination Wealth Management.
Companies that replace or entertain humans are leading disruptor bets, says Viktor Shvets, head of Asian Strategy, Macquarie Securities Group
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba's profits and valuations look "more sustainable than ever", says Gil Luria of D.A. Davidson & Co.
Initial coin offerings are growing, but hurdles at the regulatory and operational levels remain before wider acceptance, says Itamar Har-even, co-founder and co-CEO of Ion Pacific.