The major gaming companies are most likely to thrive in the VR segment in the short-run, says Frank N. Magid Associates' Mike Vorhaus.
Shanghai Gold Exchange's (SGE) Lila Lu explains that many foreign banks lack the gold import license needed to participate in the gold fixing.
The long-term fundamentals of the Asian growth story, particularly Asian consumers, remain intact, says Fidelity International's Medha Samant.
Asian shares were lower Tuesday in early trade on the back of continued risk aversion.
British Gilts will be jittery about the Brexit vote and the looming Fed meeting, says Aberdeen Asset Management Asia's Gareth Nicholson.
Rainmaker Labs' Alex Leong explains that the software update will allow mobile apps to become more interactive through the use of Siri and iMessaging.
Red Option Advisors' Tom White says Salesforce might have been a better acquisition for Microsoft to take market share and build on the cloud business.
JGB yields are slipping due to Japan's own economic struggles, slowing global growth and Brexit uncertainty, says Wunderlich Securities' Art Hogan.
May's poor U.S. employment report could trigger an interest rate cut, according to one contrarian investor.
The risk the U.K. would vote to exit the EU, dubbed "Brexit," was one of the biggest risks to the global economy, Lloyd’s of London CEO Inga Beale said.
China's stimulus is still coming through to stabilize growth momentum but underlying downwards pressure remain, says UBS Investment Bank's Tao Wang.
Unless a U.S. law enforcement agency establishes that a crime has or will be committed, people will be able to acquire firearms, says former FBI agent Stuart Kaplan.
Credit Suisse's David Hewitt highlights that oil production is not coming back in a significant way with crude oil at $50 a barrel.
Active managers still lack the confidence and information to invest in the Chinese A-share market, says Citi Private Bank's Ken Peng.
Natixis' Raghu Narain explains that losing Kuka, a cutting-edge industrial production tech firm, to Chinese owners is causing some discomfort in Germany.
Lloyd's of London CEO Inga Beale tells CNBC how badly a Brexit could impact global growth.
The downward revisions in employment data and profit growth declines might well lead to a Fed rate cut, says Eastspring Investment's Nicholas Ferres.
Asian markets start the week on the back foot amid a risk-averse environment, with the Nikkei down more than 1 percent as a weaker yen weighs.
City of London Policy and Resources Committee Chairman Mark Boleat says China needs to do more to liberalize its financial markets and regulations.
CIBC's FX strategist Patrick Bennett says the pound will remain on a knife edge until the Brexit vote is over.