AirAsia's Q2 earnings were strong and the airline is poised for better results in the second half, says Nomura Aviation Analyst Ahmad Maghfur Usman.
Samsonite's first-half interim profit fell 11 percent on-year but the recent Tumi acquisition should brighten results ahead, Chairman Tim Parker said.
Aviva Investors' Mary Nicola says she's looking past short-term market reactions to central bankers' comments and more towards the medium-term.
Anta Sports Products CFO Jim Lam says the sportswear company has offered online-exclusive products that are helping to boost online sales.
There could be increased market activity as individual investors are expected to step-up, says Charles Schwab's Jeffrey Kleintop.
Asian shares were mixed in early trading sessions; Nikkei was down 0.22 percent while the ASX was trading up 0.13 percent.
The USD/JPY is key to forward earning expectations among Japanese firms, says WisdomTree Japan KK's Jesper Koll.
Consumers are becoming more fickle but Samsonite Chairman Tim Parker is betting on future earnings growth from the brand's recent purchase of Tumi.
There is now a clear framework for anybody to use drone technology while meeting regulations, says DJI's Michael Perry.
The mixed economic data will keep the Fed from being too aggressive with normalizing rates, says Hennessy Equity and Income Fund's Mark Devaul.
Singapore has confirmed 56 cases of locally transmitted Zika virus infection, while ramping up health screenings and mosquito control efforts.
Launching satellites into space could get even cheaper very soon.
Singapore's locally-transmitted Zika cases are a concern, as they increase the probability of more undetected infections, warns HKU's Jasper Chan.
Investors are waiting for market catalysts such as policies that boost capital flows, says Huarong Intl Securities' Jackson Wong.
The yen direction will depend on the success of its structural reforms which have been disappointing thus far, says Fountainhead Partners' Pu Yonghao.
As Asean leaders gather in Laos for their annual summit, the focus will be on the group's relationship with China amid the South China Sea controversy.
CLSA's Nicole Wong says One Kai Tak buyers can expect to be living in a construction site, as Hong Kong's Kai Tak area is in early development stage.
The markets are now more reactionary and will move if the Fed moves, says Haitong Intl Securities' Andrew Sullivan.
Asian shares were mixed early Monday; Nikkei gained 1.65 percent as the dollar strengthened against the yen on Yellen's comments.
Located in New Zealand and developed by U.S.-New Zealand firm Rocket Lab, the site's completion means companies can soon launch satellites into space for cheap.
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