Based in Singapore, Dan Murphy is a correspondent for CNBC International.
Dan follows news across major markets in the Asia Pacific, covering, commodities, company news, Asian and U.S. equities and trending topics on social media.
Dan regularly anchors CNBC's pre-market breakfast program, The Rundown, and reports breaking news and financial market moves for CNBC's Squawk Box, Street Signs and Capital Connection.
In this role, Dan has interviewed some of Asia's most respected corporate leaders, including Singapore Airlines CEO Goh Choon Phong, Singtel CEO Chua Sock Koong and Standard Chartered Bank CEO, Anna Marrs.
Before joining CNBC, Dan was a Reporter and Business Anchor at Sky News. As a talented video-journalist, he travelled across Australia to produce, shoot, edit and present most of his own stories. Dan's live coverage of major news events in the field has also seen his work feature on CNN, Fox News, Bloomberg and Sky News UK.
He studied Broadcast Journalism and Film and Television at Curtin University in Australia.
Italy's political crisis is entering a new phase and fresh elections could determine both its EU membership and whether it remains within the single currency, according to analysts.
"You've got to stop looking at shiny objects and you've got to get on track," she added.
Damaging revelations of misconduct at AMP may take years to fix, according to Morningstar.
North Korea's missile tests added to tensions in a region plagued by disputes over the South China Sea and the China-India border.
One of Israel's largest defense firms confirmed it was engaged in talks with India over a deal for its Spike anti-tank guided missiles.
John Slattery, Embraer's commercial aviation chief executive, said the company hasn't yet received an offer it can review.
What is certain at this point is that the U.K. would not remain in the European Aviation Safety Agency, said the European Commission.
A long period of U.S. economic growth could be interrupted in the coming years, despite a historically low unemployment rate of 4.1 percent.
"In this world, nothing is ever permanent," said Bobby Lee, CEO and co-founder of BTCC.
Rules from South Korea around cryptocurrency trading are a welcome development, Bitspread Founder and CEO Cedric Jeanson tells CNBC.
Despite a slowdown in growth and trade tensions, there are “enormous” and “stunning” opportunities in China, particularly in Fintech, an investment manager said Tuesday.
Amid trade tensions, Chinese mainland stocks are down almost 30 percent since their peak in January.
Asian shares closed mostly lower on Tuesday as energy stocks declined amid weakness in oil prices.
Mathan Somasundaram of Blue Ocean Equities explains why Amazon is the "anaconda in the retail sector."
Alan Jin of Mizuho Securities Asia explains why investors should not focus on housing price growth when looking at China's property developers.
Daniel Ives of GBH Insights says Netflix's recent quarterly performance was a "speed bump" but is unlikely to put "a dent in the bull thesis."