Mark Matthews at Bank Julius Baer says that markets are likely to climb higher this year.
Asian markets opened mixed on Monday, with the ASX and Kospi in the green.
Ian Simm at Impax AM says that businesses that target environmental problems could experience a boost.
Richard Martin, CEO at IMA Asia, explains his investment strategy when it comes to anticipating President-elect Trump's policies.
Richard Martin, CEO at IMA Asia, says he's concerned about whether or not the President-elect will scare the market.
Nintendo's Switch gaming system will be available globally in March and priced at $300.
China's exports slumped more than expected in December while the growth in imports also cooled, official data showed Friday.
Stephen Shih at Bain & Company talks about how Chinese firms are catching up to MNCs in the hunt for talent.
Leland Miller at China Beige Book International weighs in on China's intervention in the movement of the Chinese yuan.
Ben Onatibia at Vanda Research says that he's more concerned about speculation in the commodities and property markets in China.
Atul Goyal at Jefferies says that pricing is the key for the Nintendo Switch's success.
Jesper Koll, CEO of WisdomTree Japan KK, talks about how Fast Retailing has succeeded in improving sales through its expansion overseas.
Ken Wong at Eastspring Investments explains why he thinks that Asian equities and currencies look attractive.
Asian markets opened mixed on Friday, following losses of up to a third of a percent on Wall Street.
Monica de Bolle, senior fellow at PIIE, says that it's unclear what Trump will do with NAFTA.
Brian Jacobsen at Wells Fargo Funds says that valuations can be further stretched if there's support from earnings growth.
DBS, Columbia Threadneedle highlight why traders should look beyond Trump's Twitter account to trade.
Sean King at Park Strategies says that Trump has taken both cooperative and antagonistic actions when it comes to China.
Adam White, VP of Coinbase, talks about why a Chinese investigation of bitcoin platforms is actually beneficial.
Instead, the policy for the Chinese yuan has been one of steady deprecation, says Binay Chandgothia at Principal Global Investors.