The Dow Jones industrial average isn't the only index that has had a good run the past month, says David Joy of Ameriprise Financial.
Asian markets opened mixed after the Dow Jones industrial average cracked the 22,000 mark in the previous session.
Joshua Crabb of Old Mutual Global Investors says Indian PM Modi is trying to change the structural inflation level in the country.
Mark Dunkerley, CEO of Hawaiian Airlines, talks about the airline's strategies in dealing with price wars and its expansion in the Pacific region.
People initially questioned the validity of SoftBank's acquisition of Sprint, but the latter has turned the corner, says Jesper Koll of WisdomTree.
Stronger EM currencies and high growth rates in the largest EM economies have contributed to their outperformance, says Mark Mobius of Templeton EM Group.
PM Shinzo Abe will need to address Japan's aging population as the country still lacks structural reform, says Naoyuki Yoshino of the Asian Development Bank Institute.
It's a tough call, but the RBI is likely to stay on hold due to several reasons, including supportive fiscal policy, says Rachel Ziemba of Roubini Global Economics.
Frank Holmes of U.S. Global Investors says there's plenty to be positive about, including growth in EMs, but cautions about FANG stocks skewing U.S. markets.
Apple has structural growth issues it has to solve in emerging markets, such as China and India, says Timothy Lesko of Granite Investment Advisors.
China's crackdown on capital flight and leverage has a lot more to do with politics than economics, an independent economist said Tuesday.
Asian markets opened higher on Wednesday, taking lead from the stronger close on Wall Street overnight.
Markets in Asia closed higher as investors digested better-than-expected China Caixin manufacturing PMI and political uncertainty stateside.
Independent economist Andy Xie says he's not putting much weight on the release of better-than-expected China Caixin manufacturing PMI numbers for July.
Independent economist Andy Xie weighs in on the issue of capital flight in China and why the government is making examples of high profile overseas deals.
Viktor Shvets of Macquarie Securities Group says he has structured his portfolio based on two areas: quality, sustainable growth and thematics.
Charlie Lee of Litecoin says the split in bitcoin will create a new cryptocurrency alternative, but it won't be a threat to bitcoin alternative, Litecoin.
The Hang Seng Index is likely to hit the 29,000 mark by the end of the third quarter this year, says Mark Jolley of CCB International Securities.
Domestic demand to the south of the Philippines has been healthy, explains Rick Howell, COO of Cebu Pacific.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam weighs in on finding compromise through dialogue and tackling public housing policy in the territory.