Asian markets opened lower on Monday, after North Korea launched several ballistic missiles that fell into Japan's EEZ.
Curtis Chin of the Milken Institute contrasts the pursuit of stability at the National People's Congress with the changes taking place in U.S. politics.
Patrick Bennett of CIBC says U.S. interest rates have to be higher given current economic indicators.
Uwe Parpart of Capital Link International weighs in on the economic and personnel-related issues arising from the National People's Congress.
More than 100 billionaires who make up China's parliament, including Xiaomi's Lei Jun and Baidu's Robin Li. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
Dali Yang, professor at The University of Chicago, says Chinese lawmakers are likely to focus on policy and leadership stability at the National People's Congress.
Lee Wai Kwong, CEO of ASM Pacific Technology, talks about the precision technology needed to produce high-tech camera equipment.
Ken Wong of Eastspring Investments weighs in on the latest Japan CPI read, and the trade relations between Japan and the U.S.
Eric Gnock Fah, co-founder of Klook, talks funding and how the start-up helps travelers maximize their time when they're on holiday.
Rob Enderle, principal analyst at Enderle Group, says the market for Nintendo's latest console is limited.
Peter Fitzgerald of Aviva Investors says more value can be found in emerging markets and in Europe.
Asian markets opened lower on Friday, tracking losses on Wall Street overnight.
Chris Grant, assistant professor at Mercer University, talks about U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' meeting with the Russian ambassador last year.
Takashi Miwa, chief economist at Nomura, talks about the latest CPI read out of Japan and how the Bank of Japan might react to this.
Chad Morganlander of Washington Crossing says regardless of policy, spending on healthcare is likely to increase as the population ages.
SF Express founder Wang Wei edged out Tencent's Pony Ma to become the third richest man in China. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
Indonesia has made headlines for racial and religious tensions that dominated recent Jakarta polls, but the situation has not affected the country's banks.
Andrew Georgiou, CEO of Lagardere Sports and Entertainment, talks about China's push to bring football to the grassroots.
Vera Eve Lim, CFO of Bank Danamon Indonesia, talks about growth at the bank and how the political climate in Indonesia might impact business.
Akiko Naka, CEO of Wantedly, talks about how her start-up helps match companies with job seekers who might not be serious about changing jobs just yet.