Kirk West of Principal Global Investors explains why he's relatively constructive on the A-share market.
Asian markets opened in the red on Monday, with the ASX leading the losses and down by 0.50 percent.
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, talks about the use of cloud computing in India and the future of Microsoft under the Trump administration.
However, international airlines are facing headwinds on the capacity front, says Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas.
Political turmoil in Brazil might be ebbing but the economy still faces challenges, says Eugenio Aleman, senior economist at Wells Fargo Securities,
Peter Lowy, co-CEO of Westfield, talks about the Westfield World Trade Center, the company's flagship retail development.
Jack McIntyre of Brandywine Global Investment Management says he's in the "two rate hike" camp and that he's expecting a June rate hike.
Jeremy Choi, tax partner at PwC Hong Kong, says the budget might include some form of tax refund for corporations and individuals.
Alison Watkins, group MD of Coca-Cola Amatil, says the company will be adapting its portfolio to meet consumer preferences.
Jon Oh, head of gaming at CLSA, says casinos are just a small slice of what the integrated resorts will be offering.
Jon Oh, head of gaming at CLSA, says he expects more than just 1 or 2 casino operators to enter the Japanese market.
Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester said she is "comfortable" with higher interest rates in the U.S.
Marie Owens Thomsen of Indosuez Wealth Management talks about how the Fed conducted monetary policy through market rates and the dollar.
Ivan Li of Sinopac Securities says Esprit is facing a harder time due to accounting issues and the slower retail sector.
Ben Clark of TMS Capital addresses the dip in BHP Billiton's share price despite the company having turned the corner.
Daniel Wiener, CEO of Adviser Investments, says U.S. investors have been "home biased" for a long time.
Asian markets opened mixed on Wednesday, with the ASX the only index in the red and down by 0.11 percent.
Loretta Mester, president of the Cleveland Fed, talks about the uncertainty over U.S. trade policy.
Loretta Mester, president of the Cleveland Fed, says bringing back mining production might not necessarily lead to more jobs.
Loretta Mester, president of the Cleveland Fed, says President Trump's economy plans are not the "driving factor" for her economic forecasts.