Sri Jegarajah is a CNBC Senior Correspondent based in Singapore. An experienced business and financial markets correspondent who specializes in commodities since 1997, Sri follows global energy developments closely.
Covering financial markets for more than 15 years, Sri has reported on major global events including including the 2016 Jakarta attacks, 2008 financial crisis, the Indian Ocean tsunami and the aftermath of the 2011 tsunami disaster from Tokyo. He twice received the Bronze Medal in 2009 and 2013 for Best News Correspondent by the New York Festivals International TV & Films Awards.
Prior to joining CNBC in 2005, Sri was an energy reporter for Dow Jones Newswires and Bloomberg News in Singapore.
Increased tax compliance and access to credit in India could see the country reap massive rewards.
Arun Jaitley told CNBC the worst of the fallout from demonetization and goods and services tax reform is long over.
Automation was just one of the "evolutions" taking place in the financial sector, the chief executive of Morgan Stanley said.
Morgan Stanley Chairman and CEO James Gorman said anybody who thinks bitcoin will be stable is "deluding themselves."
Despite debt concerns, China is "a gift that keeps giving," said Morgan Stanley Chairman and CEO James Gorman.
U.S. corporate taxes within the 20 percent range would be a plus for the economy, said Morgan Stanley's James Gorman.
Saudi Arabia suddenly arrested top royals and businessmen over the weekend, and that'll likely make investors see Saudi assets as riskier.
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The plan is to price oil in yuan using a gold-backed futures contract in Shanghai, but the road will be long and arduous.
Oil giant Saudi Aramco is readying what's set to be the biggest initial public offering ever, but many investors aren't all that interested.