China still faces structural problems even as the manufacturing space holds steady, says Yifan Hu at UBS WM.
China's economy continued to show signs of stabilization in November with two separate manufacturing surveys released Thursday performing better-than-expected.
Infrastructure needed to facilitate demonetization in India wasn't sufficient, says Capital Economics' Shilan Shah.
S&P Global's Jean-Michel Six weighs in on the Italian referendum and inflation picking up in the euro zone.
Sean Taylor, CIO at Deutsche AM, discusses Russia's participation in an OPEC output curb and how this will impact Asian markets.
Asian markets rose on Thursday, a day after OPEC announced that it had secured a deal to cut oil production.
Ronald Keith Gaddie at The University of Oklahoma talks about the Trump administration's deliberation on the role of the secretary of state.
Low oil prices have hit OPEC economies particularly hard in the past year but the latest output cut could bring some relief.
Oil producers, like Saudi Arabia, used to fight for market share but are becoming more price sensitive, says Craig McMahon at Wood Mackenzie.
Jim McDonald at Northern Trust discusses U.S. cabinet prospects Steven Mnuchin and Wilbur Ross and prospects to overhaul banking regulations.
OPEC's production cut of 1.2 million barrels per day saw Saudi Arabia doing much of the heavy lifting.
Convenience stores are booming in China as the pace of life speeds up and consumers seek quick purchases, says Bain & Company.
The Movember Foundation's Rhett Corker says more than $30 million was raised for men's health issues this year.
Uber shouldn't be forced into a box just to make it comply with regulatory frameworks, says professor Arun Sundararajan of the NYU Stern School of Business.
Convenience stores are booming as Chinese consumers want "high speed" channels to purchase goods, says Bruno Lannes, partner at Bain & Company.
Ken Wong of Eastspring Investments says that even with uncertainty, valuations are attractive in Asian equity markets.
Steven Koch, deputy mayor of Chicago, says close economic and business ties between Chicago and China are set to continue.
Kendall Fells, national organizing director of Fight for $15, talks about how the movement has generated $62 billion more in wages for workers in the U.S.
Dan Murphy looks at the implications of Donald Trump's energy policies, which aim for total U.S. energy independence.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye's latest apology is a stalling tactic, says Sung-Yoon Lee at The Fletcher School, Tufts University.