India's banking system is likely to remain stable, but solvency profiles are expected to be weak, says Alka Anbarasu at Moody’s Investors Service.
CNBC's Dan Murphy takes a look at features and technologies in T4, the newest terminal at Singapore's Changi Airport.
Curtis Chin, Asia fellow at the Milken Institute, talks about how there are investment opportunities in Asia beyond China and India.
With more dollar weakness expected ahead, flows into emerging and Asian markets are likely to continue picking up, says Ken Peng at Citi Private Bank.
Yi Wang, CEO of Liulishuo, says the mobile educational app was modeled to mirror the capabilities of a human teacher with an "AI engine."
Gavin Parry at Parry International Trading says he will be keeping an eye on the upcoming party Congress in China for potential market-related policies.
Republicans spent seven years calling for Obamacare's repeal, but they remain split on how to do it, says Michael Sparer, professor at Columbia University.
Trends such as an aging population and developments in medtech are making health-care stocks attractive, says Brian Jacobsen, Wells Fargo AM.
Asia markets opened higher on Wednesday, taking their cue from the stronger close on Wall Street, with the S&P 500 closing at a record high.
A larger proportion of companies listed in Malaysia beat or met expectations in the first quarter of the year, says Gerald Ambrose, CEO of Aberdeen AM Malaysia.
It will be hard for Philippine President Duterte to achieve all his goals without working with existing institutions, says Roberto Herrera-Lim of Teneo Intelligence.
Investors are excited about corporate governance reforms getting underway in South Korea, says Jim McCafferty of Nomura Securities.
Nam Hyung Kim of Arete Research Asia says he's constructive on SK Hynix as semiconductor supply tightness is expected to continue through 2018.
The Federal Reserve feels interest rates should be higher and will hike rates gradually, says Steve Brice at Standard Chartered Private Bank.
The production ceiling being discussed for Nigeria doesn't imply a cut from the country's current levels of output, says Vandana Hari of Vanda Insights.
Alphabet's overall numbers were solid, but costs have risen as the company expands in four fast-growing sectors, says Victor Anthony of Aegis Capital.
Oil and commodity prices haven't increased to the degree markets expected, even with the softer dollar, says John Augustine of Huntington Bank.
Asian markets were subdued in early trade, with the Nikkei 225, Kospi and ASX 200 trading close to the flat line.
China Unicom is talking to potential investors to streamline its business as part of the country's effort to reform its SOEs. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
Clarita Carlos, political science professor at University of the Philippines, says President Duterte may have miscalculated the threats in Mindanao.