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Garry Laurence of Perpetual Investments says he's impressed with consumer growth prospects in India, but the valuations to buy are a bit too high.
Manpreet Gill of Standard Chartered Private Bank says oil prices on a 12 month basis are likely to be in the "55 to 75 dollar" range.
Indians are discovering a quick — though super-expensive — route around the long wait for an American permanent residency.
New York Fed President William Dudley's remarks come at a time when open borders have come under increasing criticism.
Australia is finding itself in a "very difficult and challenging position" for its foreign policy, says Geoff Raby of Geoff Raby & Associates and former Australian ambassador to China.
India and the EU have given the WTO lists of the U.S. products that could incur high tariffs in retaliation for the U.S. global tariffs on steel and aluminum.
Richard Martin of IMA Asia says higher oil prices and interest rates could have a knock-on effect for some Asian companies that used "cheap offshore bonds to fund their operations."
Brandon Fletcher of Bernstein says Walmart's investment in India is a step in the right direction for its e-commerce growth despite the high cost of purchasing the stake in Flipkart.
The number of billionaires in Asia grew by almost a third last year, Wealth-X's new study found.
Walmart is making a lot of costly investments that hit the short-term earnings picture but could help in the longer run, says Paula Rosenblum of RSR Research.
Two-thirds of the world's population will be living in cities by 2050, the United Nations has projected, with India, China and Nigeria set to drive a surge in urbanization.
After a disappointing e-commerce performance last quarter, Walmart says U.S. online sales grew 33 percent.
Now that the White House is reaching out to Kim Jong Un, New Delhi likely wants to follow suit.
Chua Sock Koong of Singtel says the telco is getting ready to meet new competition in its home country by stressing value and quality while it works to grow business in fast-changing markets such as India and Indonesia.
Many of Asia's emerging markets are generally in good shape but those with current account deficits such as India may suffer from higher oil prices.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party made big gains in the Karnataka state election, though political uncertainty over the outcome roiled financial markets.