Robert Kelly, a professor at Pusan National University, says there may be a third Trump-Kim summit for "political" reasons. He also says it would require major "presidential initiative" from President Donald Trump in order for him to play a role in revolutionizing inter-Korean relations. » Read More
Sung-Yoon Lee from Tufts University's Fletcher School and CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera join the "The Exchange" to discuss President Trump's comments about his relationship with North Korea as the South Korean president visits the White House. » Read More
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Two sex scandals that rocked the South Korean music world have crushed the country's entertainment stocks as police investigate the involvement of celebrities in sexual harassment allegations. » Read More
David Rosenberg, chief strategist and economist at Gluskin Sheff, and Data Peterson, economist at Citi, join "Squawk Box" to discuss the latest data points such as retail sales and jobs, the overall economy, and Fed Chair Powell's latest comments in his interview with 60 Minutes.
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The drills' cancellation is an olive branch to North Korea, which has viewed them as an invasion rehearsal.
South Korea spent about $12.9 billion preparing for the Pyeongchang Olympic Games. But, with the games lasting just over two weeks - how big of a boost can it really provide to the local economy?
Sat Duhra of Janus Henderson Investors says he is "constantly surprised" by the level of dividends that South Korean companies are offering.
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The U.K. is reinforcing its position as an offshore wind powerhouse.
"There are lots of cheap places to put your capital. You don't have to put it in the U.S.," Morgan Creek's Mark Yusko says.
Kim Jong-hoon, a professor at Yonsei University, says a big deal between the U.S. and China cannot be done "safely" before the March deadline. He says he expects a deal but it won't be in its "final form." He also weighs in on South Korea-China relations.
Mehdi Hosseini of Susquehanna Financial Group says the smartphone upgrading cycle could become more meaningful when the "true 5G" networks are available, but the industry will face challenges in the meantime.
Sanjeev Rana of CLSA says he expects SK Hynix's earnings to bottom in the second quarter of 2019 before the company starts to see a recovery in demand.
Kwon Goohoon of Goldman Sachs Group says he doesn't expect the Bank of Korea to cut interest rates, as other commentators are suggesting, unless the global economy goes into recession.
Young Sun Kwon of Nomura says there is an "increasing" downside risk to growth in South Korea, and the country's central bank could deliver a rate cut if the U.S. Federal Reserve stops hiking interest rates.
South Korean companies traditionally derive growth from external demand, so weak import demand from China is "not good news," says Trinh Nguyen of Natixis.
Daniel Yoo of Kiwoom Securities says a decline in earnings is expected in the first half of 2019, before a turnaround in the second half.
John Park of the Korea Project and the Harvard Kennedy School says both North Korea and South Korea have the intention to move forward in what they see as a "new era of peace" and economic development, but the rigid stance from the U.S. on sanctions is a "stumbling block."