It's has been a good year for U.S. auto sales but this has been encouraged by incentives from automakers, says Kelley Blue Book's Karl Brauer.
Brand fatigue and slowing growth could mean a bumpy road ahead for Yum China's KFC and Pizza Hut, says JL Warren Capital's Junheng Li.
Growth is unlikely to return to its previous levels as credit expansion in China potentially scales back, says Stifel's Chad Morganlander.
Uncertainty around politics has affected healthcare stocks' performance but they have rallied in the past, says Stifel's Chad Morganlander.
Surveys on Tuesday reinforced hopes of stabilization in the world's number-two economy, but economists warned it may not continue.
South Korea was struggling with structural economic issues even before it was hit by the political scandal around Park Geun-hye, says HSBC's Frederic Neumann.
Rhett Corker from the Movember Foundation talks about how the charity focused on men's health came about and the global momentum it now has.
Christopher Fix, MD at CME Group, talks about China's role in renminbi-denominated price formation in the derivatives and futures markets.
It's uncommon for a large IPO to fall by close to 20 percent even thought it was priced on the lower end, says Sinopac Securities' Ivan Li.
Morgan Stanley's Jonathan Garner talks about the strength of the China's economic recovery and how to approach the property development space.
Sportsbet.com.au's Christian Jantzen talks about punters' picks for the Melbourne Cup and what it to look out for in predicting a winner.
Since the BOJ's big moves in September, volatility and the yen have trended lower, making markets more stable, says BofA Merrill Lynch's Shusuke Yamada.
HSBC's Frederic Neumann talks about his expectations for upcoming China PMI data and credit-fueled demand in the housing market.
Asian markets opened lower on Tuesday, with the Kospi under pressure from an unfolding political scandal.
The investigation is unlikely to be completed before election day and will hang over everything, says Sean King, SVP at Park Strategies.
It's unlikely the RBA will adjust the cash rate as core inflation was in line with forecasts, says Steven Milch, chief economist at Suncorp.
If oil prices plunge between now and 2019, the economics for the GE-Baker Hughes deal will "fall apart," says Albert Fried and Company's Sachin Shah.
A Clinton win has been priced in by markets, although its largely a waiting game till election day, Hennessy Funds' Brian Peery.
Singapore's largest bank, DBS Group, is buying ANZ's retail banking and wealth management units in five Asian countries.
The FBI's decision to reveal a probe into new emails by Hillary Clinton wasn't illegal, but it could damage agency, experts say.