BOCI's Hao Hong reckons the Hong Kong listing of China Merchants Securities would provide more capital for overseas investments.
Southeast Asian markets, such as Indonesia, have strong return on equity and earnings growth, says Eastspring Investments' Ken Wong.
Robotics and artificial intelligence are going to transform the transportation industry sooner than expected, says Alec Ross from Johns Hopkins University.
The strong Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone sales offset the damage from the Note 7 recall, says Macquarie Equities Research's Daniel Kim.
The first six to 12 months after the GST introduction could be chaotic, but it's theoretically a positive, says Bajaj Auto Chairman Rauhl Bajaj.
The Fed is on track to raise rates in December and will likely look past the September jobs data, says Charles Schwab's Jeffrey Kleintop.
Britain's exit process from the European Union will be a long one so markets must learn to cool down, said Charles Schwab's Jeffrey Kleintop.
Asia markets were mixed on Friday, while investors are likely to watch the pound, which plunged against the dollar in early Asian time.
Asia likely to account for two-thirds of global growth for the next two years, says Changyong Rhee, Asia and Pacific department director at the IMF.
The time taken for the sterling to recover from a 6 percent fall against the dollar suggests it may not be a fat finger error, says Intermarket Strategy's Ashraf Laidi.
The number of new US unemployment claims is falling, which should signal stronger non-farm payroll figures, says MUFG Union Bank's Chris Rupkey.
Salesforce's Einstein machine-learning product requires the large quantity of data found on Twitter, explains Global Equities Research's Trip Chowdhry.
The September nonfarm payrolls report won't carry much weight because people aren't expecting a Novemeber rate hike, says TD Ameritrade's JJ Kinahan.
Export-Import Bank of the U.S.'s Chairman Fred Hochberg talks about how the Bank helps U.S. companies tap India's growth and trade deals, such as TPP.
Pakistan may not be officially included in this year's round of talks between India and China, but it's certainly high up on the agenda.
Bruce Wu, vice GM at Pacific Commerce, talks about independent oil refineries in China and the competitive advantages of being small in the energy industry.
If economic growth is back, it may be time to buy into cyclicals and financials, says Mohammed Apabhai, Citi's head of Asia Pacific trading strategies.
India needs infrastructure and China wants to get in on the business, but political tensions loom, says Carnegie Endowment for International Peace's C. Raja Mohan.
The SP:01 is an electric sports car that features a six-speed manual gearbox for auto enthusiasts, says Detroit Electric Group Holding CEO Albert Lam.
StanChart WM Group strategist Steve Brice talks about negotiating event risk if the Fed hikes and how cash positions are signalling a buy.