The inversion clampdown makes it more difficult for companies to stay competitive, says Sanford Bernstein's Ronny Gal.
Moneymorning.com's Keith Fitz-Gerald expects Pfizer and Allergan to look at other pharma firms that might be suitable intermediate acquisition targets.
Earl Lum from EJL Wireless Research believes ZTE's management shuffle is part of the Chinese firm's appeal to lift U.S. trade sanctions.
The commodities rebound this year looks suspiciously like a short-covering rally, says Chen Lin, president of Lin Asset Management.
There are actually offshore financial centers that do comply with international reporting standards, says Anthony Travers from Travers Thorp Alberga.
Hamish Douglass from Magellan Financial Group explains the long-term strategy behind the outperforming Magellan Global Equity Fund.
S2 Resources CEO Mark Bennett says economic uncertainty and global volatility have led to gold's increasing attractiveness as an investment.
Ashraf Mohammed from the ADB explains why Islamic finance is growing more popular as an alternative to the conventional banking system.
HSBC's Frederic Neumann says the yen's strength against the dollar is a signal that markets are questioning BOJ's monetary policy options.
India's banks are not expanding credit growth and Narendra Modi's reform process is not happening quick enough, explains HSBC's Frederic Neumann.
Asian markets opened slightly higher on Wednesday, ignoring Wall Street's lower close.
Banks are in a much stronger position, based on liquidity and capital, than they have been in decades, argues Richard Bove from Rafferty Capital Markets.
Doug Gordon from Russell Investments expects firms will try to beat expectations on earnings per share but revenues will be a challenge.
Fitch ratings' Laura Zhai says China miners grew rapidly with short-term debt, which in this poor operating environment increases liquidity and default risks.
Altair AM's Philip Parker says he is focused on Aussie service and goods firms that are expanding globally with strong offshore earnings.
JPMorgan's Tai Hui expects Fed hike expectations to drive the dollar up later in the quarter, which will add pressure on the yuan.
Girija Pande from Apex Avalon Consulting, says more Chinese tech firms such as smartphone and telco equipment makers are manufacturing in India.
Cobby Leathers from real estate firm Sansiri says freehold condominiums remain the most transparent and tradable asset in Thailand.
The debt build-up will act as an overall GDP deflator and keep terminal growth in China low, explains Chetan Ahya from Morgan Stanley.
Morgan Stanley's Chetan Ahya says investor confidence is improving on stronger global data from major economies including the U.S. and China.
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