Ramesh Tainwala, CEO of Samsonite, says the brand has enjoyed double-digit growth from Asia, North America and Europe, with 2015 full-year profits rising 9.9 percent on-year.
Bryan McGrath, Managing Director of defense consultancy The FerryBridge Group, is a registered Republican but warns he will leave the party if Trump wins the GOP nomination.
The Fed's decision on Wednesday will lower the dollar and boost earnings at U.S. multinationals, making those stocks attractive, notes Jim Swanson, Chief Investment Strategist at MFS Investment Management.
CNBC's Bernie Lo and Christian Whiton, principal at DC International Advisory, weigh on how GOP candidates measure up against Hillary Clinton.
Steve Odell, senior VP & MD for APAC at Norwegian Cruise Line, said the cruise industry identified Asia as the next hot spot for cruise liners.
Elmer Funke Kupper, the CEO and MD of the Australian Securities Exchange, says good government policy and brave businesses are needed in order to revive growth.
CNBC's Dan Murphy reports how most banks expect the Fed to move rates in June.
Xav Feng, head of APAC research at Thomson Reuters Lipper, discusses inflows and outflows in the global fund flows in 2015.
CNBC's Phil Han reports on Disney's announcement that it is building two new ships to join its Disney Cruise Line fleet.
85 percent of retail payments in this region are made in cash, explained Ling Hai, co-president of APAC at MasterCard.
Manpreet Gill, head of FICC Investment Strategy at Standard Chartered Wealth Mgmt, weighs in on the rise of nationalist leaders around the world.
Reinvestment in infrastructure is key for the Australian economy, according to Mike Kane, CEO of Boral.
Boral CEO Mike Kane says that even as a lifelong Republican, he still isn't sure what GOP hopeful Donald Trump's policies are.
CNBC's Bernie Lo gives the run down on how Asian markets are doing in early trade.
BHP Billiton CEO Andrew Mackenzie says the recent rally in iron ore was spurred by short covering in response to news out of China.
BHP Billiton CEO Andrew Mackenzie says all parties need to come together to think about Australia's growth opportunities.
Fisher Investments' Ken Fisher said the Fed doesn't want to move between the end of the primaries and the major party conventions in July.
Randall Kroszner, professor of economics at University of Chicago, discusses the views from both sides of the fence.
David Dietze from Point View Wealth Management outlines what the markets need to hear from the FOMC meeting to continue the rally.
Investor confidence is stronger on factors such as China's pro-growth policies and stronger yuan, explains Alexander Lee from DBS Vickers Securities.