Gavin Parry at Parry International Trading (PIT) weighs in on where the Chinese yuan could be headed.
CNBC's Emily Tan looks at how banks and authorities in Hong Kong are preparing new banknotes for customers exchanging their bills for the Lunar New Year.
Trump's election win was a result of declining trust in institutions in the U.S., says Stefano Scuratti at the Economist Intelligence Unit.
James R. Jones, ManattJones Global Strategies, weighs in on the Trump's enthusiasm for the border wall and U.S. ties with Mexico.
Andrew Freris, CEO of Ecognosis Advisory, says the Trump administration will need to borrow more and that long-term yields will go up as a result.
Asian markets opened higher on Thursday, after the Dow surpasses the 20,000 mark.
Kenneth Herbert at Canaccord Genuity talks about how China could one day compete in the aerospace sector and Boeing's lineup of aircraft models.
For starters, undocumented immigration in the U.S. is at an extremely low level, says Matthew La Corte at the Niskanen Center.
Ernesto Ramos, MD at BMO Global AM, says that earnings growth is picking up but the markets could be getting ahead of themselves.
Samsonite is open to the prospect of manufacturing in the U.S. after a 16-year long hiatus, according to global CEO Ramesh Tainwala.
Trump ramping up protectionism will likely disrupt not just global trade, but also the U.S. economy, a former U.S. ambassador to Singapore said.
Kent Ho, co-founder of Spectrum 28, discusses how the VC firm is focused on startups in the fintech, construction tech and genomics spaces.
Bharat Kapoor, COO of Strategic IP Information, says that brands should be given the power to take down fake listings on Alibaba.
Simon Tormey, The University Of Sydney, says that Theresa May's vision of Brexit is not aligned with the opinion in the Houses of Parliament.
Dan David, CIO at FG Alpha Management, discusses why it is a good time to be short markets in China.
There remain costs associated with the Alcoa spin-off, says Charles Bradford at Bradford Research.
Ramesh Tainwala, global CEO of Samsonite, talks about the growth in e-commerce in China and potential issues with IP.
Trump's arguments on bilateral trade and border tax have economic weight, says William Lee, Citigroup.
Asian markets opened higher on Wednesday, with the Nikkei leading the gains and up by 1.60 percent.
Junheng Li, JL Warren Capital, says that Alibaba's shift away from e-commerce to cloud computing will warrant significant infrastructure spending.