Larry Summers, former U.S. treasury secretary, says policy needs to be based on facts and analysis, rather than unsupported claims.
Larry Summers, former U.S. treasury secretary, weighs in on overvaluation in the markets and the risk of the secular stagnation.
Larry Summers, former U.S. treasury secretary, says the issue of sustainability is one that arises from China's growth policies.
Adrian Mowat of J.P. Morgan says protectionist policies adopted by the Trump administration could force the Fed to normalize rates at a quicker pace.
After a record-breaking year in 2015, the value of private equity deals in Asia Pacific fell 25.8 percent last year, a Bain & Company report showed.
Kiki Yang, partner at Bain & Company, says the private equity deals space is still going strong despite greater uncertainty in the markets.
Alibaba is sinking 1 billion yuan into mobile game distribution in China. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
Ken Peng of Citi Private Bank says a reduction in the Fed's balance sheet will affect market liquidity more significantly.
However, it will take some time for a ratings upgrade to affect FDI inflows into Indonesia, says Jalil Rasheed of Invesco.
Lim Cheong Guan of Top Glove Corporation says the company hedges forward on rubber prices and engages in R&D to combat the more challenging operating environment.
Jeff Kingston at Temple University Japan says the U.S. approach to belligerent North Korea will reveal whether "amateurs" can offer new solutions in diplomacy.
Jonathan Barratt, CIO at Ayers Alliance Securities, says Alinta might be a private company but it operates in a strategic sector.
Richard Martin, MD at IMA Asia, says China's R&D industrialization plan is an attempt to grab technology from other advanced economies.
Benjamin Gregg at The University of Texas at Austin says the type of deal the U.K. cuts with the EU is more important than when Brexit will happen.
Peter Morici, professor at the University Of Maryland, says the budget takes a "meat cleaver" approach to funding cuts and is unrealistic.
Asian markets opened mixed on Friday, after a lower close on Wall Street the previous day.
Charles Bobrinskoy of Ariel Investments says inflation is making a comeback even though this isn't reflected in the markets yet.
David Adelman of Reed Smith says U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will use his first trip to Asia to assure allies in Northeast Asia.
Indonesian Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati says the government has anticipated the impact dollar strength might have on the cost of borrowing.
Uncertain economic conditions have led consumers to tighten their purse strings, but digital media could give retailers a boost, said Sa Sa's CFO.