Donald Trump is unlikely to be as tough on pharmaceuticals as Hillary Clinton would have been, says Raghuram Selvaraju at Rodman & Renshaw.
Wolfgang Koester, CEO at FiREapps, weighs in on the direction of the yuan.
Dollar strength and political risk will lead to the weakening of the euro, says Wolfgang Koester, CEO at FiREapps.
Michael Yoshikami at Destination WM weighs in on Nvidia, after its share price tumbled following comments from Citron Research.
Just because there's optimism doesn't mean everything will play out according to expectations, says Michael Yoshikami at Destination WM.
Asian markets opened lower on Thursday, tracking losses in Wall Street as the 3 major U.S. indices tumbled.
U.S. and China may fall into a “cycle of retaliation” after president-elect Trump’s inauguration as he takes action on trade, an economist said.
Erik Davis at Fandango says that the unexpected passing of Carrie Fisher is a dilemma that Disney will need to figure out.
Erik Davis, managing editor at Fandango, talks about the strong box office performance this year.
Derek Scissors at China Beige Book International says that problems for China will come in the form of weak macroeconomic performance.
Frank Troise at Leonteq Securities weighs in on the OPEC and non-OPEC oil production cuts in 2017 and how the U.S. plays into all of this.
A strong dollar runs contrary to Donald Trump's economic policies, says Frank Troise at Leonteq Securities.
Rodger Baker at Stratfor says the Trump presidency will bring about greater uncertainty.
Dirk Ahlborn, CEO at HTT, talks about the development of Hyperloop and the possibility of introducing the high speed travel system in Asia.
Political risk and uncertainty around Italy's banks mean that Europe will grow at a slower pace, says John Silvia at Wells Fargo Securities.
John Silvia at Wells Fargo Securities talks about the improving real economy and how inflation is increasing.
Izumi Devalier at Bank of America Merrill Lynch talks about how Japan's increased wages and stabilizing consumer confidence could lead to higher consumption.
Asian markets opened mixed on Wednesday, with the Nikkei looking weaker and down by 0.12 percent.
Questions remain over the future of Japan's ties with the United States.
India stocks may be getting many analysts' thumbs up, but the market might not be as protected from trade turmoil as many believe, a fund manager said.