Asian currencies are more stable than European ones because the region's central banks have greater control, says BNP Paribas Investment Partners' Arthur Kwong.
Praveen Jagwani, CEO of UTI International, on the factors that influenced the RBI's surprise repo rate cut.
Fundamentals for consumer spending in Australia are solid and the economy looks resilient, says David Bassanese, chief economist at BetaShares Capital.
Mochtar Riady, founder and chair of the Lippo Group, talks about Joko Widodo's presidency, the potential in Indonesia's service sector, and tax reforms.
Positive sentiment has been returning to emerging and Asian markets, says Geoff Bazzan, head of Asia Pacific equities at Maple-Brown Abbott.
Asian markets open mixed on Wednesday, with Japan up 0.23 percent but the ASX and Kospi both in the red.
Google's newly unveiled Pixel smartphone promises 7 hours of battery life from 15 minutes of charging, says Rob Enderle, president of Enderle Group.
The goal of Tim Kaine and Mike Pence is to make their debate as insignificant as possible, says University of Massachusetts Dartmouth's Doug Roscoe.
Fisher Investments' Ken Fisher talks about the correlation between market performance and presidential elections.
The Reserve Bank of India, led by new Governor Urjit Patel, delivered a surprise 25-basis-point cut in the repo rate to 6.25 percent.
The RBA will be concerned with CPI and housing data but will likely make further rate cuts only next year, says Nomura Australia's Andrew Ticehurst.
Mark Makepeace, CEO of FTSE Russell, explains when A-shares will be included in the Emerging Makets Index.
Parry International Trading's Gavin Parry assesses the BOJ's policies and suggests a change in its asset purchase program might come down the line.
Gavin Parry, MD at Parry International Trading, on concerns about the Chinese property market and how the PBOC fits into the picture.
Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute's Michael Maduell talks about how state investors, like the GIC, have had to get creative in their search for yield.
President Rodrigo Duterte might have high approval ratings but without U.S. military support, the Philippines would be powerless against China, says BowerGroup Asia's Ernest Bower.
The RBI is likely to leave rates unchanged under its new governor but it has room to be flexible, says JPMorgan Asset Management's Richard Titherington.
JPMorgan Asset Management's Richard Titherington talks about why markets have been impacted by Deutsche Bank's negotiations with regulators.
Asian markets opened mixed on Tuesday; the Nikkei 225 was up 0.27 percent, while Chinese markets remained closed for the Golden Week break.
The DOJ has thrown Deutsche Bank's capitalization situation into question, says Richard Bove, VP of equity research at Rafferty Capital.