Investors need to take a step back and wait for further details on Donald Trump's policies, says Vanguard Investments' Charles Lin.
President-Elect Donald Trump will realize that the U.S. economy has to be global in order to grow, says Terry McAuliffe, Governor of Virginia.
Carousell CEO Quek Siu Riu talks to CNBC about the startup's international business expansion and why its going into the user-car sales category.
BNY Mellon's Stephen Lackey explains how its clients can explore more fintech opportunities through their open-source, cloud-based technology platform.
A December Federal Reserve rate hike would signal that its business as usual, says NAB Global's Chief Economist Alan Oster.
Asian markets were higher in early trade; Nikkei 225 surged 0.89 percent, ASX 200 up 0.3 percent and the Kospi adding 0.1 percent.
Donald Trump reinforces the perception in Asia that the U.S. is an unreliable ally, says Temple University Japan Professor Jeff Kingston.
Donald Trump's election win has brought a lot of uncertainty, says Mark Austen from the Asia Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association (ASIFMA).
Investors are still riding it out with Elon Musk because the sustainable energy space is still new territory, says Dunne Automotive's Michael Dunne.
The market expects to get a boost from the Trump administration, which promises fiscal stimulus and job growth, says Boston Private Wealth's Robert Pavlik.
American hedge fund manager Steve Cohen's Point72 Asset Management has expanded to Singapore in a bid to diversify its U.S.-centric portfolio.
Morgan Stanley's Colm Kelleher says Jamie Dimon would be good for the U.S. if he were treasury secretary.
Allan Lichtman told CNBC that Trump could face possible impeachment and Mike Pence may end up replacing him as president.
Emerging markets assets are hurting right now, but HSBC Global Asset Management's CEO says he's long-term positive on Asian equities.
But change might be in the works for Dodd-Frank as Washington changes its tone on regulation, says the Institute of International Finance's Timothy Adams.
There might be greater uncertainty in markets now but in the long term, Asian opportunities are there, says Sridhar Chandrasekhara at HSBC Global AM.
Colm Kelleher, president of Morgan Stanley, weighs in on the debate over banking deregulation and Fed policy.
Colm Kelleher, president of Morgan Stanley, talks about whether the markets got the reflationary trade right following the watershed 2016 U.S. election.
But beyond the TPP, the 17 new trade agreements signed by Vietnam mean that private investment is moving along, says Don Lam, CEO at VinaCapital.
Christina Liu, former finance minister of Taiwan, talks about the importance of trade to Taiwan and how the RCEP might provide an alternative to TPP.