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.
Hank Sheinkopf of Sheinkopf Communications weighs in on Tom Perez winning the heated race for DNC chair over Keith Ellison.
The markets will be keeping an eye on President Trump's address before Congress for details on tax reform, says Tony Boyadjian, SVP of Compass Global Markets.
Kumar Palghat, MD of Kapstream, weighs in on the weakening yuan against the backdrop of a stronger dollar and how this might affect trade.
Tanguy Lesselin, CEO of Finquest, talks about how the company leverages financial technology in the M&A space.
Chetan Ahya of Morgan Stanley says China is "massively under-owned" by investors.
Chetan Ahya of Morgan Stanley says China is attempting to prevent depreciation of the yuan rather than encourage it.
Chetan Ahya of Morgan Stanley weighs in on what President Trump has said and done on free trade policy.
Thomas Schmidt, CEO of Tomtom Telematics, talks about the results from the latest TomTom Traffic Index.
CNBC's Dan Murphy takes a look at taxi company HDT's entrance into the Singapore market and how it will be offering its drivers fixed salaries.
Judging from precedence, "Trump bullying" just appears to be the President's dealmaking style, says Peter Rosenstreich of Swissquote Bank.
Asian markets opened lower on Friday, on the back of a mixed finish in the U.S. markets in the previous session.
Willy Shih, professor at Harvard Business School, says getting manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. will involve more than just issuing edicts.