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 presence of more mainland developers is changing Hong Kong's market, says Ada Wong of Champion REIT.
The mainland's steel industry remains "excessive," according to Charles Bradford of Bradford Research.
Europe has strong PMI readings while robust earnings growth is driving developing Asia, notes James Sullivan of J.P. Morgan.
If Trump delivers on tax reforms, markets can climb higher, according to Lim Say Boon of DBS
Beijing won't intervene on North Korea until the U.S. raises the stakes, explains Sung-Yoon Lee of Tufts University
Large-caps look healthy as global companies ramp up exports, notes Paul Dietrich of Fairfax Global Markets.
North Korea's military celebrates its 85th anniversary on Tuesday amid increasing tensions with Washington, reports Chery Kang.
The fact that Republican are in control of the White House but still can't agree on a spending bill is worrying, notes Todd Eberly of St. Mary's College.
Singapore is a gateway to Southeast Asia and is a wealth management hub, but Hong Kong boasts easy access to China and leads in IPOs.
The euro’s spike to a five-month high after France’s first round of presidential voting went as expected was already fading on Monday.
CNBC's Martin Soong and Sophia Yan report as the China Entrepreneur Club meets in Zhengzhou with a focus on China's economic rebalancing.
Hu Baosen, chairman of Central China Real Estate, says the reason for the oversupply in property has "more to do with the products" than with the market.
Markets have run hard in recent months so a pullback may be in the cards, explains Martin Lakos of Macquarie Wealth Management.
Italy's 2018 elections will be biggest threat to the European Union, notes Marc Chandler of Brown Brothers Harriman
As wealth funds realign their Asia portfolios, direct investments in China have slowed, notes Michael Maduell of Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute.
Vincent Michelot of Sciences Po Lyon believes the centrist candidate is set to win the runoff election.
Asia's two key financial hubs are currently struggling with property, ports and people. How will each stack up in 2017? Dan Murphy and Emily Tan find out.
The U.K. should pay attention as France looks set to elect a centrist candidate in favor of a stronger Europe, warns Andrew Freris of Ecognosis Advisory.
Wall Street is an an old bull market and it will continue to muddle on, says Patrick Chovanec of Silvercrest Asset Management Group.