Catherine Yeung, investment director at Fidelity International, explains why investors are moving out of the U.S. equity markets.
Hiroshige Seko, minister of economy, trade and industry of Japan, says the U.S. might have accounted for a large part of the deal but TPP still has its value.
Tuan Huynh, Deutsche Bank Wealth Management, weighs in on the state of the South Korean and U.S. equity markets.
From the TransPacific Partnership (TPP) 11 to the U.S. stance on free trade, Sri Jegarajah reports on the developments out of the APEC trade meeting.
Asian markets opened higher on Monday morning, largely shrugging off North Korea's latest missile test launch at the weekend.
Chaotic trade in Chinese commodity futures is offering new opportunities for international exchanges that are trying to get raw material traders to manage their risks.
Elias Haddad from Commonwealth Bank reacts to the release of Japan's latest trade numbers.
Elias Haddad from Commonwealth Bank says the political drama in Washington is weighting on the U.S. dollar.
Richard Murphy, former U.S. Ambassador to Syria and Saudi Arabia, analyzes the significance of Trump's first trip abroad.
David Kuo, CEO of The Motley Fool Singapore, says the global economy is improving and the Fed should stick to its plans to normalize rates.
David Kuo, CEO of The Motley Fool Singapore, says the world needs co-operation, free trade with or without the U.S..
"It's almost 50-50 that the Trump won't be in office by the end of 2018," warns PredictIt co-founder John Aristotle Phillips, citing market data.
Brendan Sobie, CAPA - Centre for Aviation, says Singapore Airlines isn't the only airline experiencing tough times, but things might pick up in the medium term.
Randeep Grewal, Green Dragon Gas, talks about the company's involvement in "One Belt, One Road" and its production of coal bed methane.
Mark Matthews, Bank Julius Baer, says Asian markets did not buy into the half-hearted rebound in U.S. markets.
Rorce Au Yeung, VPower Group, explains how the distributed power business fulfills the immediate power needs of countries.
The Brazilian markets have been through worse before but things could still spin out of control, says Jim Rickards, Strategic Intelligence.
Nev Power, CEO of Fortescue, says he expects demand for commodities to remain stable as China looks able to maintain its level of steel production.
Markets have been banking on tax reform and if it isn't delivered, it could be dangerous, warns Michael Yoshikami, Destination Wealth Management.
Andra Gillespie, associate professor at Emory University, weighs in on the religious and political significance of the destinations in Trump's visit.