Federal prosecutors are not pursuing a criminal case against Huawei for allegedly stealing trade secrets. Jacob Frankel, a former U.S.federal prosecutor and partner at Dickinson Wright, joins CNBC's "Squawk Box" to discuss what the accusations against Huawei mean. » Read More
Investors can be optimistic on China in spite of its weak economy because the country's authorities are likely to step in with positive policies, says Ronald Wan of Partners Financial Holdings. » Read More
ByteDance's video messaging application that appears to challenge Tencent's WeChat. Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities weighs in on how Tencent could "fight back." » Read More
Besides pressure on the trade front weighing on China, there is also a "ripple effect" from other systemic issues creating a "perfect storm" in its economy, says Rob Koepp of the Economist Corporate Network. » Read More
Daniel Morris of BNP Paribas Asset Management says he is waiting for more clarity from Chinese technology stocks in the short term, but notes that it remains a "fantastic opportunity" in the medium term.
The People's Bank of China's $83 billion stimulus into the financial system is its largest single-day injection. Alicia Garcia-Herrero of Natixis weighs in on what this move means.
Singapore's exports recorded their worst decline in more than two years in December as shipments of electronics and pharmaceuticals plunged, official data showed on Thursday.
A decades-old way of categorizing and analyzing Asian economies and equities that puts Japan in a class of its own is fast losing relevance, experts said.
U.S.-China trade tensions are adding pressure to Chinese companies already struggling with a slowing economy, analysts say.
Huawei allowed foreign media to see Huawei's new campus in Dongguan, China. Here's a look behind the scenes.
J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon speaks at the Economic Club of New York about the U.S.-China trade war.
Blackstone's new chief investment strategist says he doesn't see "any real lasting effects" of the government shutdown on the economy.
U.S. government debt prices were lower on Wednesday as traders digested news of the defeat of U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal.
The People's Bank of China on Wednesday pumped the most money ever into the banking system in one day, highlighting the stress the economy is facing.
Hao Zhou of Commerzbank says support for the Chinese property market is coming from rising prices in tier 3 and tier 4 cities.
Nicholas Holt of the British Chamber of Commerce in China says there is still positivity around increasing connectivity between the U.K. and China, especially around financial services.
When it comes to minting new millionaires, opportunities abound in some surprising places, according to a new report from research firm Wealth-X.
Kaven Tsang of Moody's Investors Service says the outlook for the Chinese property market is "stable," especially in the residential segment.
Bill Stoops of Dragon Capital says new, big export orders in Vietnam could be a "harbinger" of things to come as business starts to be diverted from China.
Kevin Leung of Haitong International Securities says he is more bullish on Chinese domestic consumption plays compared to export-focused companies, because trade could still be affected by U.S.-China tensions.