Asian markets opened mixed on Monday, with the ASX the only index in the red and down slightly by 0.07 percent.
Sayuri Shirai, professor at Keio University, says big manufacturers expect the yen to appreciate more than the exchange rate actually reflects.
Elias Haddad, Commonwealth Bank, says the movement of the dollar is dependent on the Trump administration's fiscal stimulus program.
Chris Powell, Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee, talks about how central bank intervention is the main determinant of gold prices.
Richard Harris, Port Shelter Investment Management, says he think the Trump rally will continue in the market.
Artist Corinne Bailey Rae talks about the role of young talent in the developing jazz scene in Asia.
Benjamin Quinlan, CEO of Quinlan Associates, talks about the growing popularity of online research marketplaces (ORMs).
Martin Lakos, Macquarie Wealth Management, says the U.K. will face uncertainty but Asia and Australia could benefit from trade negotiations.
John Springsteen, Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority, talks about encouraging development in Alaska.
Dane Chamorro, Control Risks, says South Korea faces risks on many dimensions, including trade relations with the U.S. and defense concerns with the North.
CNBC's Akiko Fujita takes a closer look at the the growing popularity of Japanese property to foreign investors due to the weaker yen.
With growth and inflation picking up, European equities are expected to benefit from reflationary policies, says Steve Brice, Standard Chartered Private Bank.
Azlin Ahmad, Argus Media, says the compliance levels of OPEC and non-OPEC parties remains to be seen.
Lincoln Leong, CEO of MTR Corporation, talks about the company's joint venture with First Group to run the U.K.'s South West rail franchise.
Bill Hench, Royce & Associates, says the failure of the health-care bill makes the passing of tax reform even more likely.
Asian markets opened mixed on Friday, with the ASX the only index in the red and down by 0.15 percent.
The U.S. shale boom shaking the oil industry is changing the way deep-water oil exploration projects are done, a researcher said Thursday.
With the clock ticking on Brexit talks, analysts expected the U.K. would face an economic slowdown, stagflation and corporate defections.
Fariborz Moshirian, UNSW Business School, says the British economy will suffer when automakers and other high tech sectors relocate.
Daniel Yoo of Kiwoom Securities says Samsung's latest model is likely to sell relatively well but the company has to get over its brand image problem.