Caixin June services PMI showed growth in the sector has slowed, but there's nothing to be concerned about, says Donna Kwok, senior China economist at UBS.
Binay Chandgothia at Principal Global Investors talks about how Asian markets have digested North Korea's latest missile launch.
Lending to rural farmers might sound risky, but peer-to-peer lending platform Pandai says its recovery rate is 98.5 percent. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.
Eugene Tarzimanov at Moody's Investors Service says the fundamental credit conditions for banks in the region have stabilized.
South Korea has historically been a cheap market, but it has posted strong earnings growth for the first time in a while, says Andrew Swan of BlackRock.
Christopher Hill, former U.S. ambassador to South Korea, says North Korea wants the U.S. out of the picture so that it can unify the Korean peninsula.
Structural problems might remain, but the Chinese economy has been surprisingly resilient. Frederic Neumann of HSBC weighs in on the outlook for Q3.
Asian bourses were mixed early on Wednesday, with the Nikkei 225, Kospi and ASX 200 all trading sideways early in the session.
Tesla's highly anticipated Model 3 sedan could see the car-maker reap rewards but there are risks ahead, an analyst said.
1.2 billion ($177 million) in assets owned by subsidiaries of the company and its chairman have reportedly been frozen by a court. Sophia Yan reports.
Look beyond tweets and "media snow" to see what President Donald Trump has actually done, former Australian Prime Minister John Howard said.
Chris Chelliah, at Oracle Asia Pacific, talks about how companies are warming up to moving their data to the cloud as trust grows.
Sung-Yoon Lee, a professor at Tufts University, says North Korea has a history of being provocative toward countries during their major national holidays.
The Asian financial crisis happened 20 years ago, triggered by the Thai baht collapsing when the government floated the currency.
As the world's third largest bond market, China is too big for investors to ignore, says Virginie Maisonneuve of Eastspring Investments.
Tesla Q2 deliveries might have fallen short, but the number of pre-orders for the Model 3 is optimistic, says Jamie Albertine of Consumer Edge Research.
Saudi Arabia and its allies have extended the deadline given to Qatar to comply with demands over a diplomatic freeze. Emily Hawthorne at Stratfor weighs in.
There's been a shift in interest towards Asian markets due to valuation discounts relative to developed markets, says Medha Samant of Fidelity International.
At the time of the last election, the American middle class had been poorer than they had been in many years, says former Australian PM John Howard.
John Howard, former PM of Australia, says it's good that U.S. President Trump has stopped repeating his earlier pledge to impose tariffs on Chinese exports.