Moor Insights & Strategy's Patrick Moorhead says that Samsung will give investors more confidence if it announced what exactly went wrong with the S7.
Markets expect a Clinton win but concerns remain over her fiscal stimulus proposals, says Capital Link International's Uwe Parpart.
Asian markets opened mixed on Thursday, with the Kospi the sole index that was in the green.
NAB results might have been better-than-expected but it has had to resort to cutting costs to maintain profitability, says CreditSights' David Marshall.
On-time Model 3 production, expanding gross margins and lower-than-expected capex are factors that bode well for Tesla, says Baird's Ben Kallo.
When markets make it through the volatility, there's a rally on the horizon, says Boston Private Wealth's Robert Pavlik.
The untimely demise of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 has opened up a chunk of the phablet market for the taking and Xiaomi is stepping in.
While having new faces in the Legco is positive, the pro-independence lawmakers seem unable to establish themselves in the council, says HKBU's Benson Wong.
Iraq's dissatisfaction with the OPEC deal is nothing new and it's likely to continue voicing its unhappiness, says ClipperData's Matt Smith.
China has dropped off investors' radar as a risk in the short term but challenges remain in the long term, says StanChart WM Group's Steve Brice.
Following reforms to simplify business regulations, it now only takes 22 days to start a business in Indonesia, says the World Bank's Rita Ramalho.
Greater regulation will lead to healthier growth long-term, says Tang Ning, founder & CEO at CreditEase.
Attractive yields and improving earnings growth are reasons why EMs are attracting more attention, says East Capital's Karine Hirn.
Asian markets opened in the red on Wednesday, with the ASX down by almost 1 percent.
Xiaomi's Hugo Barra talks about the importance of design at the Chinese tech firm and weighs in on Apple's controversial move to nix the headphone jack.
Online unit sales of Xiaomi smartphones in India hit 1 million in 18 days and are set to increase, says Hugo Barra, global VP at Xiaomi.
Hugo Barra, global VP at Xiaomi, talks about the battery quality control and technology at the company, as well as its ability to take on U.S. competitors.
Possibly, as earnings beats from the financial and tech sectors signal greater optimism ahead, says Triogem AM's Tim Seymour.
With an easing of competition in the smartphone market and a super-cycle on the horizon, the outlook for Apple is good, says CFRA Research's Angelo Zino.
Japan's largest IPO this year, Kyushu Railway, turned out to be just the ticket for yield-starved investors, taking the fast track higher on Tuesday.