Clinton's immigration policies will be better for the economy than Trump's, said Moody's Analytics' chief economist Mark Zandi.
Stock Exchange of Thailand's Pakorn Peetathawatchai says the economy is on the right track to recovery, boosted by government spending and tourism revenues.
Democratic Party Chairperson Emily Lau says the current C.Y. Leung administration suffers from a lack of trust and confidence by Hong Kong citizens.
CNBC's Bernie Lo reports on Hong Kong's political climate and struggle for independence from China, ahead of the Legislative Council elections on Sunday.
Citi Private Bank's Ken Peng says rising Libor and risks from Chinese banks' bad debts are big concerns for the market.
Nok Air CEO Patee Sarasin says a lack of supporting infrastructure could hinder the success of Asean's Open Skies policy in Thailand.
Hanjin Shipping's troubles come at a time when the industry is facing an oversupply of ships amid falling demand, S&P Global Platts' Pradeep Rajan.
Deutsche Börse Executive Board member Jeffrey Tessler says the merger is a positive for Europe as it's focused on driving growth in the region.
Commerzbank's Joerg Kraemer says central banks have to take into account what the others are doing as monetary policy affects currencies.
Asian shares were mixed in early trade, with both the ASX and Kospi effectively flat while the Nikkei was down 0.15 percent.
Park Strategies' Sean King and CNBC's Bernie Lo discuss whether Obama did a good job with his strategy to counter China's growing presence in Asia.
U.S. housing data show strength while manufacturing remains weak due to the energy sector, remarks Baker Avenue Asset Management's King Lip.
The polls have been consistently predicting that Hillary Clinton will win the U.S. presidential elections, says Mark Zandi from Moody's Analytics.
The Fed has an opportunity given the strength in U.S. jobs reports and the eerie calmness in financial markets, notes Moody's Analytics' Mark Zandi.
China's manufacturing sector is faced with various challenges such as FX volatility and declining demand, says Partners Capital Intl's Ronald Wan.
Factory activity expanded at its fastest pace in nearly two years in August, but analysts cautioned that the economy wasn't out of the woods yet.
If Trump was president, he could tax the remittances of Mexicans working in the U.S. and build that wall, says University Of Maryland's Peter Morici.
India’s economy grew at its slowest pace in 15 months from April to June, highlighting the challenges faced by Narendra Modi's government.
JPMorgan's Zhu Haibin says China's August manufacturing PMI was better-than-expected, but that's because July figures were extremely weak.
Southeast Asian countries are turning to alternative energy and multilateral cooperation to meet their growing energy demands. CNBC's Sri Jegarajah has more.