Major Asian indexes opened higher on Tuesday, following a firmer lead from Wall Street overnight.
Lithium prices will stay high as supply cannot keep up with China’s fast-growing chemicals and batteries industry, says Pilbara Minerals CEO Ken Brinsden.
Richard Harris from Port Shelter Investment Management gives his take on how China's central bank is managing an appreciating yuan against the U.S. dollar.
Not vetoing the sanctions on North Korea shows that China wants to see things “move up a notch,” Port Shelter Investment Management's Richard Harris says.
The company, valued at $20 billion, announced the acquisition of Singapore-based co-working firm Spacemob, says Christian Lee from WeWork Asia.
Evolution Mining executive chairman, Jake Klein, says weaker Aussie dollar and cost cut-downs have benefited Australian gold producers.
Exports will likely be supported by the recovery in global trade while domestic demand will support imports, says Priyanka Kishore from Oxford Economics.
Mark Farrington from Macro Currency group says U.S. growth remains solid and it is a matter of time before the greenback rebounds from the current lows.
Rubies is in constant short supply as demand for colored gems are growing at a quicker pace, especially in Asia, says Mustang Resources CEO Christiaan Jordaan.
Investors may miss out on opportunities to make money if they base investment decisions on geopolitical risks and not fundamentals, says OCBC's Vasu Menon.
Markets in Asia opened mostly higher on Monday on positive jobs data in the U.S., but investors continue to watch the latest sanctions on North Korea.
PizzaHut needs to invest in technology and customer loyalty to catch up with competitors such as Papa John's Pizza, says The Motley Fool's Jason Moser.
The professional gaming sector has plenty to learn from the traditional sports industry, says George Georgallidis of Counter Logic Gaming.
Macau's casino outlook seems positive, but China's possible entry into the market may pose threats eventually, says Grant Govertsen of Union Gaming Group.
Raiford Cockfield of Twitch gives his take on how e-sports live-streaming can grow into a big industry, and why he likes competition in the sector.
Japan Prime Minister Abe is trying to boost his popularity, but reshuffling his cabinet is unlikely to help, says Jeff Kingston of Temple University Japan.
Medha Samant of Fidelity International explains why she's positive on Asian markets, and why more investment will head there in the near term.
Central banks pulling back from accomodative policies offer the biggest threat to investors, says Tim Seymour of Triogem Asset Management.
The central bank tends to be cautious and is unlikely to signal to markets if it ever decides to embark on an easing cycle, says Radhika Rao at DBS.