Former defense minister Tomomi Inada says she will be running for the top post of Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party in 2021. » Read More
Investors trying to sniff out signs of the next recession should pay attention to an increase in broader unemployment, says Credit Suisse. » Read More
Malcolm Turnbull explained the company that provides and maintains 5G infrastructure has the capability to act adversely to a country's national interest, but he added he's not suggesting China's Huawei would actually do that. » Read More
There are more and more "angry societies" as countries increasingly look inward. Therefore investors need to consider such major trends when making long term decisions, said Michael Strobaek, global chief investment officer at Credit Suisse. » Read More
Angus Muirhead of Credit Suisse discusses 5G networks, automation and cybersecurity. He says, besides security on the IT side, users of technology also need to be "smarter" about how data is stored and accessed.
Yellen discusses the yield curve inversion, which sent stocks tumbling on Friday.
Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans says the U.S. economy has slowed but downplayed chances of a recession.
Charles Evans, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, says the fundamentals of the U.S. economy are still "quite strong," and he sees growth of between 1.75 percent to 2 percent in 2019.
The U.S. central bank's pause in interest rate hikes is a relief for many emerging economies, and represents an opportunity for Indonesia to accelerate growth, the Asian country's finance minister told CNBC.
The closest the U.K. can get to a no-deal Brexit for leaving the EU is the so-called Malthouse compromise — a plan that addresses the contentious issue of the Irish border, according to Andrew Garthwaite.
Inverted yield curve is a clear warning signal, says Andrew Garthwaite, global head of equity strategy at Credit Suisse.
Brazil has overtaken China in terms of consumer sentiment, as the world's second-largest economy slows and spending intention on big ticket items decline, a Credit Suisse survey shows.
Seth Fischer of Oasis Management says the pace of change in corporate Japan has "accelerated a lot" in terms of shareholder engagement with management.
Attracting tourism would be a good strategy from the government, says Kriengchai Boonpoapichart.
Eugene Klerk, head of global thematic research at Credit Suisse discusses sectors where he sees opportunities.
The Asia Pacific CEO of Credit Suisse, Helman Sitohang, tells CNBC why he is bullish on the region's growth.
Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Indonesia's minister of finance, discusses politics and subsidies by the government. She also explains the country's "targeted" subsidies that aim to reduce poverty without threatening fiscal sustainability.
Helman Sitohang, CEO Asia Pacific of Credit Suisse, says one thing that is "exciting" about the Asia-Pacific region is the ability of its people to adjust to change and be "resilient."
The climate-related drag on global GDP per capita is projected to surpass 2.5% and exceed 3.7% in the U.S. by 2050.
Dividends paid out by global companies to shareholders have reached a new second-quarter record, according to a new report by investment firm Janus Henderson.
The U.S. Federal Reserve will cut interest rates five more times by April 2020, according to analysts at Danske Bank.