Asian markets opened mixed on Wednesday, with the Nikkei looking weaker and down by 0.12 percent.
Questions remain over the future of Japan's ties with the United States.
India stocks may be getting many analysts' thumbs up, but the market might not be as protected from trade turmoil as many believe, a fund manager said.
The Federal Reserve hiked interest rates two weeks ago for the second time in a decade, but it will be cutting them again, said Jim Rickards.
Independent analyst Fraser Howie weighs in on the Chinese economy and the yuan.
Expect a tit for tat response from China if Trump's critical policies are adopted, says independent analyst Fraser Howie.
It won't be a smooth ride for India, which has been negatively impacted by demonetization, says Sat Duhra at Henderson Global Investors.
External events and political risk might derail the Fed's plans to hike interest rates next year, says Sat Duhra at Henderson Global Investors.
Kotaro Tamura at the Milken Institute weighs in on whether Prime Minister Abe's trip to Pearl Harbor will have any bearing on U.S.-Japan ties.
The Fed will raise rates in March, but could cut rates by the end of the year, says Jim Rickards at The James Rickards Project.
Trump's economic policies could derail the U.S. economy, says Paul Gambles at the MBMG Group.
Asian markets opened mixed on Tuesday, with the Japanese markets starting softer but the Kospi up by 0.14 percent.
Kevin Yu, CEO of SideChef, talks about Chip, a smart oven that bakes cookies on its own.
The government needs to secure funding in a way that will not harm individual Monte dei Paschi bond holders, says Shane Oliver at AMP Capital Investors.
Asset allocation in infrastructure is expected to increase, says Michael Maduell at the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute.
Deborah Elms at the Asia Trade Institute talks about Trump's appointments of China hawks and how this could lead to a trade war.
StanChart Private Bank's Steve Brice weighs in on the expected bail out in Italy and the challenging road ahead for global markets.
Women react more favorably to email discounts than men, and consumers prefer communicating with companies via email, says David Steinberg at Zeta Global.
The incoming U.S. administration needs to take the DNC and RNC hacks seriously, says Hitesh Sheth at Vectra Networks.
Expect a rotation out of the U.S. and into the rest of the world, says Herald van der Linde at HSBC.