1Malaysia Development Berhad is financially healthy, CEO Arul Kanda Kandasamy told CNBC.
A full-automated driving experience is years away, but the technology that has been developed in the space can help people to drive better, says Bing Xu of SenseTime.
U.S. sanctions on Russia appear selective and not widespread across the economy, which means Russian stocks are cheap now that prices have fallen, says Arjun Divecha of GMO.
Planning for longevity is a growing issue among Asia's wealthy, says Hartmut Issel of UBS Wealth Management.
If a full scale trade war happens, South Korea and Taiwan would be hit the hardest, says Suresh Tantia of Credit Suisse.
More people in India are using digital payments thanks to the government's United Payments Interface, says Caesar Sengupta of Google.
Christy Tan of the National Australia Bank explains why she's projecting the Australian dollar to weaken against the U.S. dollar.
Sovereign-backed fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad, or 1MDB, says it is moving ahead with plans to meet its debt obligations and is willing to answer any queries on its operations linked to allegations that funds were mishandled, says CEO Arul Kanda Kandasamy.
Pharmaceutical and biotech companies are looking to pare portfolios and focus on growing targeted therapeutic areas, says Vikram Kapur of Bain & Company.
Charles Bradford of Bradford Research says China could take steps on the supply of rare earths and other measures if the U.S. expands its moves on tariffs.
BHP could fetch a better price for its U.S. shale assets with the rally in oil prices, says James Eginton of Tribeca Investments.
Asian market momentum should pick up if China and the U.S. move toward a negotiated path for trade disputes as expected, says Manishi Raychaudhuri of BNP Paribas.
Deficit spending and trade spats could lead to an economic slowdown, or even a recession, says Gregory Daco of Oxford Economics.
The yen is one of the top picks this year in the currency market as the dollar comes under more pressure, says Patrick Bennett of CIBC.
The market should look out for May 12, when President Trump is expected to decide whether the U.S. will continue with the waiver of economic sanctions on Iran, says Jack Ablin of Cresset Wealth Advisors.
Brian Gilbertson of Jupiter Mines says the firm wanted to relist to meet a pledge to investors after overcoming a downturn and getting its mine operations up and running in better market conditions.
Andrew Yeo of The Catholic University of America says North Korea and trade issues are at the center of talks between Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and President Donald Trump.
Jay Hambro of the GFG Alliance says the volatility and uncertainty present make it difficult to hedge the high prices in the aluminum markets.
Market conditions are suitable for buying, with risks such as a faster pace of U.S. interest rate hikes not a threat for now, says Norman Chan of Oreana Private Wealth.
Mo Gawdat, former chief business officer of Google X, explains the reason behind his dedication toward helping a billion people find happiness.