Luc Fortin, president and CEO of the Montreal Exchange, talks about opportunities from tighter global market cooperation after extending its trading hours to capture Asian customers.
Charlie Morris from blockchain venture capital firm CMCC Global says guidance around regulation is making it easier for companies in the ecosystem to operate.
Alicia Garcia-Herrero of Natixis says the Evergrande crisis could spill over to other developers and smaller banks in China.
Ray Farris of Credit Suisse discusses the approach to invest in China against the backdrop of changing regulatory environment.
Kevin Tan, CEO of Philippine conglomerate Alliance Global, talks about the performance of his company's property and liquor subsidiaries during the global pandemic.
Oi Yee Choo, chief commercial officer of capital markets platform ADDX says the Monetary Authority of Singapore has always worked closely with regulators in China to attract investments.
Simona Maellare, global co-head of the alternative capital group at UBS, discusses the outlook for global markets and the economy.
PropertyGuru Group CEO Hari V. Krishnan discusses the company's expected U.S. IPO and the "macro tailwinds" that continue to underpin the property sector in parts of Asia.
Adam Parker, Trivariate Research founder, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss if he thinks the equity market is reminiscent of any other cycle.
Edward Perks of Franklin Templeton Investment Solutions discusses the advantages of hybrid assets in an uncertain market environment.
Fariborz Moshirian, director of the Institute of Global Finance at the University of New South Wales, says countries like Switzerland and India, for instance, are unsure if they can meet the 15% global tax deadline by 2023.
Allison Christians from McGill University's Faculty of Law says a wealth tax aimed at the very rich is hard to implement in a globalized world.
More chief financial officers are worried about input costs, potential price hikes, and the Federal Reserve's ability to manage inflation.
Wang Hanfeng of China International Capital Corporation says he's seen more than 1 trillion renminbi of foreign capital flow into China in the past two years.
CNBC's "Halftime Report" team discusses their outlook for the markets and Apple.
One economist warns we could be on the brink of a 10% to 20% market drop. Here's how advisors say you should think about your investments.
Brian Bandsma of Vontobel Asset Management likes China consumer staple stocks and shares the one he likes the most.
Wesfarmers CEO Rob Scott says the Australian conglomerate is targeting renewable energy and emissions intensity as part of its sustainability-linked bond offerings.
Once created, SPACs have just two years to merge with a company to take it public. That could mean riskier deals in the coming years.
Ginkgo Bioworks is going public via a merger with former MGM CEO Harry Sloan's SPAC in a deal that values the biotech company at $15 billion.