NSW's infrastructure pipeline has encouraged plenty of private investment flows into the state, says the state's Treasurer Gladys Berejiklian.
With both candidates playing off the idea of no compromise, it's hard to see all of Congress coming on board, says Stratfor's Rodger Baker.
Customers are being especially careful when selecting shipping lines amid fears of more supply chain disruptions following the Hanjin crisis, says Maersk Line's Robbert van Trooijen.
Port Shelter Investment Management's Richard Harris talks about the impact of the FBI's on the Senate elections.
Asian markets opened higher on Monday, tracking gains in U.S. futures after the FBI cleared Hillary Clinton for a second time.
Significant monetary and fiscal easing is unlikely in China but the yuan is expected to be gradually depreciated, says Citibank Singapore's Zal Devitre.
Helmut Norpoth, professor at Stony Brook University, explains why winning presidential primaries is key to winning the election in his prediction model.
Citibank Singapore's Zal Devitre says a Clinton win signals continuity in U.S. economic growth.
China's auto market has held up better than expected despite the corruption crackdown, says Daimler's Hubertus Troska.
Chinese consumers' jewelry tastes have become more sophisticated in the past three decades, says Cartier Jewelry International's Corentin Quideau.
About 800 children raised awareness for Kids Ocean Day by building aerial art on the southern shores of Hong Kong.
Investors should take some precautionary measures and hedge their bets for whatever outcome, says Fountainhead Partners' Pu Yonghao.
Singapore Airlines needs to rethink whether it can compete with Middle Eastern rivals on long-haul flights, says Maybank Investment Bank's Mohshin Aziz.
Practo's Shashank ND explains how he's streamlined the process of tracking medical professionals and appointment bookings.
Fortescue Metals Group's Nev Power expects iron ore and steel demand to remain strong as China undergoes the urbanization process.
The British parliament will respect the people's will, but could add conditions before triggering Article 50, says PIIE's Jacob Kirkegaard.
It bodes well for emerging markets if Fed rates are rising because of a stronger global environment, says Riedel Research Group's David Riedel.
Asian markets open lower on Friday; ASX 200 drops 0.6 percent, while the Nikkei 225 plunges 0.93 percent.
VIPKID founder and CEO Cindy Mi explains why her Chinese online education company has generated so much interest among investors.
The pound's depreciation post-Brexit will eventually dampen consumption, says Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Gilles Moec.