GDP growth in the U.S. will stay in the 2 percent range, says Mark Zandi at Moody's Analytics.
The president-elect is more bark than bite, says Kenneth Polcari at O'Neil Securities.
Expect some rollback on Dodd-Frank regulations, says Kenneth Polcari at O'Neil Securities.
Artificial intelligence and algorithms might staunch the flow of fake news.
Alexander Kabakov at NTechLab talks about how FindFace, a facial recognition software developed by his startup.
Bruce Klinger at the Heritage Foundation says that even though Park Geun-hye's impeachment process takes time, the South Korean public aren't as patient.
China's recent seizure of a U.S Navy underwater drone may have been an early political test for U.S. president-elect Donald Trump.
Vishnu Varathan at Mizuho Bank says that the Bank of Thailand has further scope to ease if it has to.
The reflation story is a positive one but risks exist, says Adrian Zuercher at UBS.
Mark Testoni at SAP National Security Services discusses the spread of fake news online.
Paul Smith at the CFA Institute talks about Carl Icahn's appointment to the Trump administration and the value of banking regulation.
Brett McGonegal at Capital Link International says that markets will experience volatility leading up to Inauguration Day.
Asian markets opened mixed on Thursday, with the Nikkei the only index in the red and down by 0.22 percent.
Chris Boian at the UN Refugee Agency talks about the ongoing evacuations in Aleppo and the challenges in dealing with the humanitarian crisis.
Kathy Bostjancic at Oxford Economics weighs in on the impact of expected interest rate hikes on U.S. housing market and mortgages.
Investors are still underweight equities but this is likely to change, says Eric Marshall at Hodges Funds.
Demand and supply problems are likely to cap the run-up in oil prices, says Richard Martin at IMA Asia.
China’s growing middle class are propping up sales of luxury goods, box-office receipts and soybeans.
Twitter and social media might even replace the role of press conferences for Donald Trump, says Candy Lee at Northwestern University.
Lourdes Casanova at Cornell University, Johnson School of Business, talks about the problems caused by the scrapping of the 100-bolivar bill.