Oil prices will go higher as markets have moved closer to rebalance, says Martin Place Securities' Barry Dawes.
Claims of a voter fraud smack of desperation when Trump should be focusing on winning over women and people of color, says Christie Strategies' Ron Christie.
Market volatility is unlikely to go away because of sentiments around interest rates in the U.S., says Frank Holmes, CEO of U.S. Global Investors.
Economic issues are the main agenda of the trip and it is unclear whether the issue of the South China Sea will crop up, says De La Salle University's Richard Heydarian.
Markets are more concerned with forward-looking issues, like China's NPL problem and property market-cooling measures, says Blackrock's Helen Zhu.
Holger Jakobs, VP at Mövenpick, talks about the hospitality brand's Asian expansion and the surge in Chinese travelers.
Despite missing expectations, BHP still maintained its guidance in core businesses, says Shaw and Partners' Peter O'Connor.
Capital Economics' Julian Evans-Pritchard introduces an alternative measurement that charts economic indicators such as freight traffic and electricity consumption.
The Chinese economy is recovering but not quickly enough, says William Ma, CIO at Noah Holdings.
Asian markets opened mixed on Wednesday, with the ASX in the green but the Nikkei and Kospi marginally down.
Clinton is projected to win 347 electoral votes, similar to the wide margin Obama won the 2012 election by, say Jay Desart, professor at Utah Valley University.
Formerly just a PC company, Intel is still in the middle of a transition to focus on non-PC segments, says Charter Equity Research's Edward Snyder.
China's retail markets are bifurcated but the overall trend is lower growth, says James Root, partner at Bain & Company.
The Qingdao studios offer Hollywood producers opportunities to bypass censorship and distribution regulations, says China Market Research Group's Ben Cavender.
Q3 GDP data are likely to be good and cooling measures in the property space reflect expectations of further recovery, says Oreana Private Wealth's Norman Chan.
Coal has had a challenging past 5 years but supply-side reforms have had promising results, says Paul Flynn, CEO at Whitehaven Coal.
Fred Lam, CEO at the Airport Authority Hong Kong, talks about the development of HKIA's new infrastructure developments, such as the SkyCity project.
D. Orlando Smith, premier and minister for finance of the British Virgin Islands, talks about how the territory is a well-regulated financial jurisdiction.
Small start-ups either have to possess a specific niche or have global scale to compete in China, says Fritz Demopoulos, CEO at Queen's Road Capital.
China's positive PPI indicated improved profitability and should be a bullish indicator for investors, says J.P. Morgan's Adrian Mowat.