Clarity on tax reform, healthcare policies and fiscal stimulus are needed, says Mitul Kotecha of Barclays.
Chi Lo of BNP Paribas economist explains why GDP will still meet targets despite a poor reading from China's April Caixin manufacturing PMI data.
The Caixin/Markit Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' index (PMI) fell to 50.3 in April, missing a Reuters economist poll forecast of 51.0.
Amid global risks, Trump likely wants to deepen ties with existing Asian allies such as Manila, notes Jose Santiago, Philippine Ambassador to China.
Bryan Goh from Bordier & Cie outlines his expectations for the U.S. President's strategy on North Korea.
Some sectors, such as resource exports, are doing well while other's aren't, says James McIntyre of Macquarie Group.
The President's strategy must focus on risk mitigation, warns Mark Testoni from SAP National Security Services (NS2).
Andrew Ticehurst from Nomura Australia explains why the RBA will wait for the federal budget before changing monetary policy.
Consumer and investor confidence remains a challenge for the central bank, says Beat Wittmann of Porta Advisors.
Jeremy Teong of Phillip Securities Research outlines his expectations for the bank's performance this year.
The bank is putting capital to work for investors, notes ANZ CEO Shayne Elliott.
Former PM of Australia Kevin Rudd warns politicians against engaging in any "incidents" that could have harsh consequences.
Quincy Krosby of Prudential Financial explains her favorite market sectors as earnings season continues.
From developing its harbor for tourism to hosting international events, Hong Kong still has more to offer tourists, says Allan Zeman, Lan Kwai Fong Group.
Grace Wu, Fitch Ratings, says as Chinese banks invest in more complicated products, the scale and complexity of credit problem could increase.
The political risk profile has diminished, explains Clive McDonnell from Standard Chartered.
Henry Guo from M Science analyzes the firm's latest earnings and explains why profitability should improve going forward.
Bill Fitzpatrick from Global Equity Analyst at Manulife Asset Management outlines his top stock picks in both sectors.
While other economic data appears to be improving, inflation still remains weak, says Takuji Okubo from Japan Macro Advisors.
Amazon will have to keep investing to grow, warns Patrick Moorhead of Moor Insights & Strategy