Jonathan Kendall of De Beers talks about the differences between synthetically-produced and natural diamonds.
Frank Lavin, CEO of Export Now, says it remains to be seen if the Trump administration will adopt affirmative trade policies.
Sean Yokota of SEB talks about how an increase in interest rates from the Fed could impact Asian economies, such as the Philippines.
Charles Li, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing chief executive, talks about capital control regulations in China and the Saudi Aramco IPO.
Praveen Jagwani, CEO of UTI International, says the demonetization drive was well intentioned but execution was flawed.
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Chief Executive Charles Li, weighs in on the positioning of the Hong Kong Exchange and the southbound connect.
Toby Lawson of Societe Generale says markets are waiting on President Trump's address to Congress to determine what the details of his economic policies are.
Asian markets opened higher on Tuesday, after the Dow squeaked out a 12th consecutive record close.
Richard Lancaster, CEO of CLP Group, talks about the company's renewable energy portfolio in the Indian and Chinese markets.
Daniel Ives, SVP at Synchronoss Technologies, talks discusses how Samsung's regrouping is giving other smartphone makers new opportunities.
John Augustine, CIO of Huntington Bank, explains why he thinks the Aramco IPO might go to London over Asia.
John Augustine, CIO of Huntington Bank, explains why he prefers stocks to bonds now, and which sectors he favors.
If Trump labels China a currency manipulator, the confrontation would escalate, said David Roche, global strategist at Independent Strategyy.
There might be no economic grounds to justify labeling China a currency manipulator but Trump could do it anyway, says David Roche of Independent Strategy.
However, reduced depreciation pressure on the yuan could result in falling flows, says Hao Hong of Bank of Communications International.
David Roche of Independent Strategy says President Trump has made promises that he hasn't followed up on when it comes to international trade.
Samsung's battery woes might lead to their competitors making big announcements this year, says Jeff Kagan, wireless analyst.
Thomas Byrne, president of The Korea Society, weighs in on the latest developments in the impeachment saga involving President Park Geun-hye.
Martin Lakos of Macquarie Wealth Management says the Chinese authorities are focused on economic stability.
Asian markets opened mixed on Monday, with the Kospi the only index in the green and up by 0.06 percent.