Sectoral moves and retaliation, like in the steel sector, could occur, says Ernest Bower, president of Bower Group.
Higher U.S. interest rates and a stronger dollar will spillover into the rest of the world, says Mixo Das, Nomura.
Cherry Ma, senior technology investment analyst at CLSA, gives her Feng Shui forecasts for investing in the Lunar New Year.
A strong dollar and the trade relationship between the U.S. and China pose risks to the rest of the world, says Erik Norland, CME Group.
Vinay Dube, SVP APAC at Delta Air Lines, says that the airline has durability regardless of oil prices.
Joshua Crabb, Old Mutual Global Investors, talks about how concerns over deflation have waned.
Asian markets opened higher on Thursday, with the Japanese markets leading the gains and up by 1.08 percent.
Michael Mattioli, MD at Manulife AM, says that potential tax reforms could further impact earnings.
Other countries, such as China, are trying to fill the vacuum left by the U.S., says Stephen King, senior economic advisor at HSBC.
China is becoming less of an investment priority for companies, an AmCham survey revealed.
Jean-Marc Champagne, WWF Hong Kong, makes the case for electric vehicle adoption.
Danny Gittings, HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education, weighs in on the developments in the race shaping up for the top job in Hong Kong.
John Woods, APAC CIO at Credit Suisse PBWM, says that ultimately, everything hinges on renegotiating trade relations.
Padmanabh Sinha, managing partner at Tata Capital, explains why he thinks demonetization will be beneficial for investors in India.
Demonetization is creating more opportunities for PE firms to invest in, says Jayanta Banerjee, managing partner at ASK Pravi Capital Advisors.
Expect a change in the U.S. approach towards negotiating with China, says William Zarit, chairman of AmCham China.
The global economy will also experience a greater level of uncertainty, says William Adams at PNC.
Asian markets opened mixed on Wednesday, as the three major U.S. indices closed lower in the previous session.
Andrew Milroy, SVP at Frost & Sullivan APAC, says that social media platforms are consolidating, rather than spinning off, their assets.
Tim Seymour, managing partner at Triogem AM, says that the MXN is very near a low.