CNBC hits the streets in Hong Kong and Singapore for advice that people in Asia have for Donald Trump.
Richard Harris, chief executive of Port Shelter IM, says that President Trump has moved on from targeting his election opponents to the press.
Asian markets opened mixed on Monday, with the Kospi the sole gainer and up by 0.11 percent.
It will be hard for oil prices to remain above $60, says Azlin Ahmad, editor at Argus Media.
Charles Lipson, University of Chicago, says that Trump could behave like an independent and act against both the Republicans and Democrats.
The outlook for the dollar is like a motor with two pistons, says David Roche, Independent Strategy.
People in Singapore and Hong Kong weigh in on what they think of the 45th President of the United States.
When it comes to populists, what they say is what you get, says David Roche, Independent Strategy.
Countries in the region are nervous given Trump's tough talk on trade, said a former U.S. ambassador to China.
Strong growth in China has been accompanied by an accumulation in debt, says Stephen Schwartz, Fitch Ratings.
Helen Qiao, greater China BAML, talks about growth in China and investments in the property space.
CNBC's Dan Murphy takes a look at Donald Trump's business dealings in Asia, including real estate projects in Indonesia
Mark McFarland, Union Bancaire Privée, talks about the Chinese economy and says that expectations of global growth will pick up after the inauguration.
Wei Chen, chairman at Sun Capital, says that while he's cautious about Trump's China rhetoric, the U.S. economy makes investors optimistic.
Gary Locke, former U.S. ambassador to China, weighs in on Donald Trump's policy positions.
Willem Sels, HSBC Private Bank, says the questions in the market over trade barriers might cause cracks to appear in the surface.
Asian markets opened lower on Friday, tracking the soft performance from Wall Street.
Jacob Kirkegaard, Peterson Institute for International Economics, says that Draghi feels that has the backing of Germany's Angela Merkel.
Marc Ginsberg, former U.S. ambassador and presidential adviser, says that gridlock in Washington has prevented the country from moving quickly.
Jack Bouroudjian, chief economist UCX, talks about the latest moves on Wall Street.