GOP strategist Rick Wilson expects Trump to eventually veer off his original rhetoric about the meeting with House Speaker Paul Ryan.
Michel Temer will face tough political hurdles, especially for constitutional change to cut spending, says Capital Economics' Neil Shearing.
Consumers have higher savings and companies are able to borrow at lower rates, but no one is spending, notes Vadim Zlotnikov from AllianceBernstein.
Japan could have just three or four major automakers by 2021, according to one research firm, following news of a potential Nissan-Mitsubishi deal.
Francis Yeoh, managing director of YTL, talks to CNBC about the current economic climate and the Yeoh family's different roles within the conglomerate.
CNBC speaks to members of the Yeoh family to discover what it takes to run YTL Corp, one of Malaysia's most successful conglomerates.
Barclays' Mitul Kotecha outlines the factors that have pushed the Japanese yen higher, and why it will continue to strengthen.
Singtel is ready to compete with new telcos on service innovation and network quality, says Chua Sock Koong, Singtel Group CEO.
Alex Wong from Ample Capital explains why he thinks the highly-anticipated Hong Kong-Shenzhen stock connect will be a huge benefit to the exchange operator.
Zhifei Li, CEO and founder of Mobvoi, says the Chinese firm has sold over 100,000 units of the Ticwatch since it launched in China last October.
It does not make sense for the Fed to raise interest rates right before the U.K. referendum, notes Binay Chandgothia from Principal Global Investors.
Ricky Ye, founder at DFRobot, explains how robotics provide children learning opportunities for science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Vietnam's stock market will not be able to mature as it is dominated by retail investors, remarks Kevin Snowball from PXP Vietnam Asset Management.
Kelley Blue Book's Karl Brauer reckons Japan's auto industry will consolidate in the next five years, resulting in three to four major players.
The Bank of Japan governor's biggest challenge is its positioning on the yen, says Manpreet Gill from Standard Chartered WM.
Manpreet Gill from Standard Chartered WM, says the greenback is set to rebound, which will be a headwind for U.S. equities and Asian currencies.
Asian stocks were mostly lower in early trade, taking cues from declines in U.S. stocks.
Investors should invest in EM credit but only in markets with improving fundamentals and higher spreads, says HSBC Global AM's Brian Dunnett.
Departmental retailers will experience lower earnings this year as e-commerce's presence expands, says Lindsey Bell from S&P Global Markets Intelligence.
Consumer stocks, which are supposed to be leading growth, showed signs of weakness in Q1, explains Michael Kelly from PineBridge Investments.
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