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The U.S. bond market has been signaling a possible recession, but stocks on Wall Street shook off the warning and inched higher Tuesday.
Hua Fung Teh of One Championship explains why he believes that his billion-dollar platform can one day be worth more than America's National Football League.
There may be signs of a possible recession, but Standard Chartered CEO Bill Winters says it doesn't look like a downturn is on the horizon.
Bill Winters, CEO of Standard Chartered Bank, says the idea that there was going to be a recession in 2020 looks "less likely" today. Weighing in on U.S.-China trade talks, he also says Beijing seems committed to continuing to open its market.
A potential election upset in India could lead to some volatility but it will not have any major impact on its markets, according to Credit Suisse's Neelkanth Mishra.
Neelkanth Mishra of Credit Suisse says the bank's research shows that opinion polls before Indian elections have been "massively inaccurate" and it is "worrying" that the inaccuracy has been rising.
The race is on for a "super app" for Southeast Asia as mobile-based e-commerce makes inroads in the region, experts say.
Michael Strobaek of Credit Suisse discusses Brexit and the inversion in the yield curve. He says he is a "bigger believer" in the bond market's ability to predict recessions, compared to the stock market's signals.
Marisa Drew of Credit Suisse says there is an "enormous" amount of investment going into green technology, and there are compelling opportunities in environmental investments, especially in Asia.
Boston Federal Reserve President Eric Rosengren says weak bond yields in other countries are hurting U.S. long-term bond yields.
Hiro Shirakawa of Credit Suisse says the Bank of Japan should be in a wait-and-see mode because it is unclear if the economy is going through an adjustment or headed to a recession.
There are untapped opportunities for investing in the robotics industry as barriers of entry are eased, says Angus Muirhead, senior portfolio manager for robotics at Credit Suisse.
Tino La Spina of Qantas says the company is 100 percent hedged for its fuel exposure in 2020.
Green investing in marine-related activities such as sustainable fishing and ocean-based tourism is a "pretty exciting" opportunity, according to one Credit Suisse executive.
There will always be hiccups on the way, but maintaining close relationships with governments is a priority, says Andre Soelistyo, president of transportation company Go-jek.
Javier Goyeneche of Ecoalf explains how the company is trying to be a "truly sustainable" fashion brand, including using recycled fishing nets for its products.
Compared to the U.S., a much larger number of Chinese unicorns are basically "consumer companies" using new technology to tap the fast-growing consumer market in China, says Vincent Chan of Credit Suisse. He says this reflects the differences between research and development in the two countries.
Chinese internet users are increasingly accessing the web on their mobile devices. As a result, even those in more rural areas in the country are going through a personal "awakening," according to one venture capital investor.
Benjamin Cavalli of Credit Suisse says there are "tremendous" opportunities in the wealth management business in the Asian region.
The business of government surveillance in China might boost some tech firms, especially those dealing with artificial intelligence, a Credit Suisse analyst said.
The unspecified action comes after the U.S. accused Iran of carrying out the weekend attacks on critical Saudi oil installations.
President Donald Trump would be better off not cutting a trade deal with China as it could backfire on him ahead of the 2020 U.S. election, according to the chief economist at the CME Group.
A number of Nigerian-owned businesses and properties were targeted during the attacks, leading Lagos to repatriate hundreds of its citizens back to Nigeria last week.