From developing its harbor for tourism to hosting international events, Hong Kong still has more to offer tourists, says Allan Zeman, Lan Kwai Fong Group.
Grace Wu, Fitch Ratings, says as Chinese banks invest in more complicated products, the scale and complexity of credit problem could increase.
The political risk profile has diminished, explains Clive McDonnell from Standard Chartered.
Henry Guo from M Science analyzes the firm's latest earnings and explains why profitability should improve going forward.
Bill Fitzpatrick from Global Equity Analyst at Manulife Asset Management outlines his top stock picks in both sectors.
While other economic data appears to be improving, inflation still remains weak, says Takuji Okubo from Japan Macro Advisors.
Amazon will have to keep investing to grow, warns Patrick Moorhead of Moor Insights & Strategy
Policy pivots and challenging legislation have been the biggest themes of the President's administration thus far, notes Brian Jacobsen of Wells Fargo Funds.
Tonnage and yield are the most important factors for the company, explains Mark Whitehead, chief executive of Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals.
Sentiment in the Singapore property market appears to be improving, but unsold inventory will still weigh in the short-term, a DBS executive said.
The world’s shipping players have a vested interest in preserving free global trade, and they’ve grown unsettled by rising protectionism.
Digital talent and the start-up ecosystem give Singapore an edge over other cities, says Vegard Aas of Telenor Group.
Sam Li of Sina Sports explains how the company's sports tournaments and on-the-ground presence boosts its digital business.
China is at the early stage of a cyclical rebound, says Ken Peng of Citi Private Bank.
Tax cut will make U.S. companies more competitive, says Patrick Yip of Deloitte China
The city is investing in research & development in addition to SMEs, explains Nicholas Yang, Hong Kong's Secretary for Innovation and Technology.
Taiwanese investors are very interested in US indices, explains Tsai Shih-Chuan from the Taiwan Futures Exchange.
International investors are generally underweight Asia, valuations are still reasonable and earnings are finally starting to pick up, notes Joshua Crabb at Old Mutual Global Investors.
Corporate profits in Japan continue to be robust, notes Masakazu Takeda from the Hennessy Japan Fund.
Finding revenue to pay for the proposed cuts will be difficult, notes Kyle Pomerleau from the Tax Foundation.