The RBI had to consider Modi's demonetization drive in making their decision to hold rates, says Vishnu Varathan at Mizuho Bank.
Expect China's trade data to show improvement, says Helen Qiao at BAML.
China's financial reforms have been positive and valuations are attractive, says Medha Samant at Fidelity International.
Karl Vick, editor-at-large at Time, explains how the magazine picks the person influencing the news the most, for better or worse.
Australia's Q3 GDP read was weak but markets shrugged this off, says Leyland Private AM's Charles Leyland.
Investors need to understand how a strong dollar impacts Asia, says Richard Martin, MD at IMA Asia.
Richard Martin, MD at IMA Asia, weighs in on the economy under Trump and how investors should prepare.
Asian markets opened higher on Thursday, with the ASX up by 1 percent and leading the gains.
Japan's GDP growth is not as important as higher company profit margins, says John Vail at Nikko AM Americas.
Vanguard International's James Norris talks about the company's mission to educate Chinese investors after gaining its wholly foreign-owned entity license.
Donald Trump's administration picks include both establishment and insurgent politicians, says Thad Kousser at UC San Diego.
GDP and earnings growth in the U.S. might be picking up, but there are still headwinds ahead, says Chad Morganlander at Stifel.
CNBC's Akiko Fujita reports on how Google's Next Billion Users project is empowering communities by giving them exposure to the internet.
Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities talks about the recent performance of HSBC shares.
China still wants to compete in exports and is likely to favor a lower yuan, says Arthur Kwong at BNP Paribas Investment Partners.
India is leapfrogging the traditional retail landscape for e-commerce, says Kunal Bahl, CEO of Snapdeal.
Stratfor's Rodger Baker weighs in South Korea's political woes.
A contraction in net export growth and a weaker labor market account for Australia's poor Q3 GDP, says Gareth Aird at Commonwealth Bank.
Jack McIntyre at Brandywine Global IM says that Trump doesn't want to lead with protectionism or a strong dollar, and this could bring relief to EMs.
Asian markets opened in the green on Thursday, on the back of yet another record high from the Dow.