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Shilan Shah of Capital Economics discusses monetary policy in India, and says he would not be "completely" surprised if the government attempts to influence the Reserve Bank of India's decisions ahead of the elections in 2019.
A pick-up in consumer spending ahead of several elections in Asia will boost the sector even amid slowing growth regionally, said an analyst on Tuesday.
Opinion polls in India suggest that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party may not have an absolute majority after the elections. If so, Sonal Varma of Nomura says there will be no material changes in terms of the country's reform outlook.
OPEC Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo is largely optimistic over prospects of achieving a balanced oil market in 2019.
Eric Robertsen of Standard Chartered Bank says politics and elections have become "infinitely more important" for investors and risk managers in the markets.
Prime Minister Modi is seeking a second term as government in the general election, which is expected to take place in April or May this year.
Conrad Saldanha of Neuberger Berman joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss where he sees an opportunity in emerging markets.
Radhika Rao of DBS says her biggest concern for India in 2019 is politics. Movements in the country's fiscal policy could also be dictated by the elections, which are set to take place in the first half of the year, she says.
Rising inequality and job production are some of the challenges India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi faces ahead of the country's 2019 election.
Outside of Greater China, Apple has done well in mature and wealthy Asian economies such as Japan, South Korea and Singapore. But in the rest of Southeast Asia and India, where per capita incomes remain relatively low, the going has been tougher.
Washington's troop reduction in Afghanistan could embolden the Taliban, which could have spillover effects on Pakistan and Kashmir. That's bad news for New Delhi.
Constellation Research's Ray Wang says Facebook has "broken trust on so many levels."
India has "sanguine" expectations around inflation, but food inflation in India could still spike back above 4 percent, and this would catch people by surprise, says Priyanka Kishore of Oxford Economics.
TV audiences grew by more than 100 million viewers in less than a year.
Kabaddi is the second most watched sport in India and is even growing internationally, so what’s all the buzz about and how do you play it?
Multinational firms like Adobe, Microsoft, SAP and Cisco are leading the way when it comes to attracting India's top tech talents.