It is unlikely that shortages in iron ore and coal will develop in the near future, says Juerg Kiener, CIO at Swiss Asia Capital.
Kit Juckes at Societe Generale weighs in on the direction of the pound and the dollar.
Asian markets opened mixed on Tuesday, with the Kospi the only index in the green.
However, markets will have to pay attention to whether campaign rhetoric will materialize, says Kevin Egan at Invesco.
Hopefully, Trump will also learn to deal with being president, says Marc Grossman, vice chairman at the Cohen Group.
Previously focused on tax cuts and fiscal spending, the markets are now coming to terms with Trump's protectionist stance, says OCBC Bank's Vasu Menon.
Chris Richardson at Deloitte explains why he's positive about economic growth under Donald Trump.
President-elect Trump can't ignore the significance of exchange with markets around the world, warned Myron Brilliant at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Inflation is a bigger concern for the Russian economy than U.S. president-elect Donald Trump, according to the nation's central bank.
The global economy continues to grow even as politicians attempt to change policies, says Paul Donovan, global chief economist at UBS WM.
Elias Haddad at Commonwealth Bank says that Brexit uncertainty will bring about downside pressure on the British pound.
Banque de France's Christian Noyer says that when the UK leaves the single market, Paris will be a natural option as a European financial center.
Ksenia Yudaeva, first deputy governor at the Bank of Russia, talks about what's influencing central bank policy.
Ksenia Yudaeva at the Bank of Russia talks about how oil prices have driven the Russia ruble and economy.
Mark Matthews at Bank Julius Baer says that markets are likely to climb higher this year.
Asian markets opened mixed on Monday, with the ASX and Kospi in the green.
Ian Simm at Impax AM says that businesses that target environmental problems could experience a boost.
Richard Martin, CEO at IMA Asia, explains his investment strategy when it comes to anticipating President-elect Trump's policies.
Richard Martin, CEO at IMA Asia, says he's concerned about whether or not the President-elect will scare the market.
Nintendo's Switch gaming system will be available globally in March and priced at $300.