The Trump administration and Chinese officials have different goals when it comes to the outcome of trade talks, says William Reinsch at the Stimson Center.
Daniel Morris of BNP Paribas Asset Management says he's focusing on emerging markets and not expecting meaningful appreciation in the U.S. markets.
Yuki Yamamoto of Ryohin Keikaku talks about the Japanese lifestyle retailer's first flagship store in Singapore and Southeast Asia.
It focuses on person-to-person money transfers via both its digital and retail networks, says Hikmet Ersek, CEO of Western Union.
Markets have shifted their focus from interest rate differentials to growth differentials, says Jack McIntyre at Brandywine Global Investment Management.
The European Central Bank is leaving existing guidance in place and markets should expect very gradual QE reduction next year, says William Adams of PNC.
Microsoft might be a dotcom 1.0 company, but it's still doing well in cloud-native products and services, says Patrick Moorhead of Moor Insights & Strategy.
Against a backdrop of low interest rates and good earnings and revenue growth, markets will continue climbing, says Gary Bradshaw of Hodges Capital Management.
Asia markets opened lower on Friday, with major indexes mirroring the subdued close on Wall Street overnight.
Dalian Wanda has brought a second buyer into a deal originally between just Sunac and Wanda. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
Marcelo Teixeira of QBE Insurance talks about how insurance cover is lacking in Asia for the damages or risks caused by businesses to others.
Employment in June might have risen 14,000, but plenty of slack remains in the Australian labor market, says Gareth Aird of Commonwealth Bank.
Jon Medved, CEO of OurCrowd, talks about how the crowdfunding platform is allowing investors to support Israeli companies focusing on the Chinese market.
While it's not clear what caused U.S.-China trade talks to stall, the issue of steel shouldn't be discounted, says Christopher Beddor, Eurasia Group.
The Japanese government and stock exchange have been pushing for positive changes in corporate governance, explains Jonathan Brodsky from Cedar Street AM.
Christopher Graves, Ogilvy Center for Behavioral Science at Ogilvy & Mather, talks about how media is now consumed via a "side door" by internet users.
Jim Swanson of MFS Investment Management says there's no question about the bull run, but he's becoming increasingly cautious about the markets.
Christopher Graves, Ogilvy Center for Behavioral Science at Ogilvy & Mather, talks about the change in world view as neo-nationalism rears its head.
U.S. Senator John McCain was found to have a brain tumor after a procedure to remove a blood clot, according to a statement released by his office.
There has been a shift in investment from social media and e-commerce into tangible products and services in the region, says Ajay Lakhotia, Fosun RZ Capital.