Japanese corporations are warming up to use of the bitcoin, says David Moskowitz, Attores.
Manufacturing companies in sectors like footwear will face the risk of having to relocate to the U.S., says Gerhard Flatz, MD of KTC.
Jim McCafferty, Nomura, weighs in on Moody's downgrading China's credit rating and its ability to control its balance sheet.
Richard Heydarian, De La Salle University, says Duterte cutting his trip to Russia short suggests the situation in the Philippines is serious.
Jeffrey Ringel of The Soufan Group believes the bomber at Manchester Arena likely had help in building the explosive device that killed 22 people.
Henry Ng from Thales e-Security says cyber security protection is a culture that needs to be embraced by organizations.
Sam Chandan, Schack Institute NYU, says the budget makes assumptions that tax cuts will generate revenue, but does not make provisions for economic downturns.
Dominic Stevens, managing director and CEO of ASX, says more foreign companies are looking to list on the ASX.
Eric Liu from Vanda Research talks about the risks and opportunities in emerging markets.
Engaging with local Muslim communities and stepping up information sharing are key, notes Thomas Sanderson of CSIS.
Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities, weighs in on the direction of oil prices ahead of the OPEC meeting in Vienna.
The markets will have to reprice expectations of Trump's economic reforms, says Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities.
Millennials are also more likely to justify offering cash to win business. Chris Fordham, EY Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services, explains EY's survey findings.
Chwee Kan Chua, IDC, says the limit for what machine learning and deep learning can achieve is an exponential curve.
Parwati Surjaudaja, Bank OCBC NISP, says the bank's decision was driven by more than just the Indonesian government's tax amnesty program.
With the U.S. economy close to full capacity, it would require supply side reform to attain targeted growth, says Jim McCaughan, Principal Global Investors.
Officials must now rely on forensic investigations to figure out the type of explosive device used, said Stratfor's Fred Burton.
Ford needs to communicate its strategies better so that people are aware of what the company is doing, says Karl Brauer of Kelley Blue Book.
Karine Hirn of East Capital says there are very interesting investment cases in other countries and Brazil will not sour the appetite for risky assets.
Paul McNamara, investment director at GAM, says it's difficult to get optimistic about China, given the high level of private sector debt.