Nirgunan Tiruchelvam of Exotix Partners says the "clear winners" from the Thai elections would be consumer and infrastructure stocks. In India, the publishing and advertising businesses could perform well ahead of the elections, he says. » Read More
By: Arjun Kharpal
Countries including Germany and Thailand have not banned Huawei from their 5G networks despite the U.S. government urging allies to do so. » Read More
Paul Kitney of Daiwa Capital Markets discusses the state of the global economy. He says there are opportunities in emerging markets such as the Philippines, Indonesia and India because their growth is not geared into the trade cycle as much as North Asian economies. » Read More
Ashish Chopra of Motilal Oswal Securities says Infosys is expected to meet earlier revised down guidance and no further changes are likely.
Vishnu Varathan of Mizuho Bank says persistent high inflation in India has raised concerns on household spending and rising global oil prices are also a worry.
North Korea's participation in the Winter Olympics could result in further talks on the country's nuclear weapons program.
Medha Samant of Fidelity International says that while inflation is a concern, the earnings story in Asia is the main driver for equity markets in 2018.
TuanAnh Nguyen of Canalys says capacity in the global semiconductor industry is set to rise as new manufacturing units come online.
Louis Kuijs of Oxford Economics says China's central government needs to lead by example on cracking down on financial risks
Months after India and China resolved a tense Himalayan border spat, fresh trouble appears to be brewing in another disputed region.
Abhijit Bose, co-founder of Ezetap, talks about the adoption of fintech in India as it makes a push for biometric payment options.
Singapore's property market could see a strong 2018 among Asia markets as collective, or en bloc, sales bring redevelopment, says Nicholas Holt of Knight Frank.
India's economy could grow faster than China's in 2018 if reforms continue.
Investors are watching India but are not jumping in with both hands and feet yet, says Vik Mehrotra, CEO and CIO at Venus Capital.
Radhika Rao of DBS says India's economic reforms should continue to support asset markets in 2018.
Pakistan summoned the U.S. ambassador in protest against President Donald Trump's angry tweet about Pakistan's "lies and deceit."
Luke Spajic says how authorities manage China's growing debt pile will have "meaningful consequences" globally.
Rahul Bajoria of Barclays is keeping an eye on rising oil prices and the potential impact on some emerging markets in Asia.
China is building infrastructure developments — and relationships — with many countries as part of its Belt and Road Initiative.
Two communist parties led by former Nepalese prime ministers emerged victorious in the country's general election this month
Nepal's new Communist government could bring about closer ties with Beijing — a potentially worrying development for New Delhi.
The region’s booming fitness technology sector has attracted million in funding, but maintaining the gains may prove tough.
Billions of people in Asia will become more active online in 2018. India is the perfect example.