Neil Gorsuch has the right background and credentials to be confirmed by the Senate, Cato Institute's Josh Blackman.
China's problem isn't economic growth but the quality of growth, says independent economist Andy Xie.
Monica de Bolle at PIIE says that both the U.S. and Mexico have much to lose if NAFTA unravels.
Kazunori Ito, Ibbotson Associates Japan, says that numbers were disappointing but that the company's future looks solid.
Fereidun Fesharaki, chairman of FGE, explains the motivation for compliance with the OPEC and non-OPEC output cuts.
Uwe Parpart at Capital Link International says that the U.S. Fed, and not Germany or China, is responsible for the stronger dollar.
Asian markets opened mixed on Wednesday, with the Kospi leading the gains and up by 0.37 percent.
Nicholas Burns, professor at the Harvard Kennedy School, weighs in on the President's policies on immigration and trade.
Angelo Zino, CFRA Research, says that the iPhone replacement cycle looks set to improve when the new model is launched.
Markets might not believe the Fed but there will "some" interest rate hikes this year, says Eric Stein, VP at Eaton Vance Management.
Eric Stein, VP at Eaton Vance Management, says that volatility in the markets makes the case for active management stronger.
NOSH, an Alibaba-backed food startup in Hong Kong, is exploring the distribution of healthy, boxed meals out of vending machines.
Mark Tan, CEO of Way Fengshui Group, gives his fengshui readings on Donald Trump and Xi Jinping.
Maximilian Von Poelnitz at NOSH talks distribution and business strategy for his healthy food start-up.
Kalai Pillay, Fitch Ratings, says that One Belt One Road infrastructure projects are financed by Chinese policy banks, which don't face the same level of scrutiny.
The pressure on China could ease if U.S. economic growth picks up, says Jim McCafferty at Nomura Securities.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon takes a closer look at the inflatable rooster that's a hot favorite among those decorating for the Chinese New Year.
Justina Chiu, CEO of Fortune REIT, talks about the impact of Chinese New Year on the retail scene and domestic retail spending.
Rick Helfenbein, CEO of the American Apparel & Footwear Association, says that Americans will be the ones paying for Trump's 20 percent Mexico import tax.
Jeff Knight, Columbia Threadneedle Investments, says that the constant news flow should be regarded as background noise.