R.C. Bhargava, chairman of Maruti Suzuki, discusses manufacturing and job creation in India.
Steven Milch at Suncorp talks about his expectations for GDP figures in Australia and the Reserve Bank of Australia's meeting.
Lower corporate taxes could lead to greater investment in U.S. economic productivity, says Uwe Parpart at Capital Link International.
Asian markets opened higher on Tuesday, with the Nikkei up by 1.01 percent and leading the gains.
Ashraf Laidi at Intermarket Strategy weighs in on where he thinks the euro is headed.
Helmut Norpoth, professor at Stony Brook University, weighs in on the appointment of Ben Carson as housing secretary.
Statistics point to gold prices getting a lift if the Fed increases interest rates in December, says Frank Holmes at U.S. Global Investors.
Institutional investors will be the key beneficiaries of the Shenzhen-HK Stock Connect, as they leverage on the gap between share prices, experts said.
Italian PM Matteo Renzi’s defeat in a referendum over constitutional reforms is a harbinger of further uncertainty in Europe.
John Key's resignation came as a shock but it makes sense as he's leaving the country in great shape, says Peter Redward at Redward Associates.
The Shenzhen Connect is developing institutional investment, says Alexander Lee of DBS Vickers Securities and Mark Tinker of AXA Investment Managers.
Mark Grant at Hilltop Holdings weighs in on what might happen with Italy's bank recapitalization program after the referendum vote.
Italy's referendum vote keeps uncertainty in the markets, says AXA Investment Managers' Mark Tinker.
Princeton University's Nolan McCarty talks about Trump's phone call with Taiwan's president, as well as the progress of his presidential transition.
U.S. shale producers will produce more but the OPEC cuts are still meaningful in reducing the global stockpile, says Alejandro Barbajosa at Argus Media.
James Newell at the University of Salford says that the appointment of a technocrat prime minister is likely in the wake of Renzi's resignation.
Macquarie Securities Group's Viktor Shvets weighs in on the state of global politics.
Asian markets opened in the red on Monday in a day that started with political turmoil as Italian PM Matteo Renzi and New Zealand PM John Keys resigned.
CNBC's Julia Chatterley takes a look at what will happen in the interim before Italy heads to the polls again.
Delays in banking recapitalization in Italy could add pressure on the common currency and lead to a sell-off, says Rodrigo Catril at NAB.