Tax cuts alone won't do the job in the U.S. economy if stimulus spending doesn't come through, says political science Professor Thomas Ferguson at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
The upcoming U.S.-China JCCT trade talks are a chance to take stock after the election, says Joshua Meltzer at the Brookings Institution.
Markets are on alert as Donald Trump plans regulation overhaul on banks and financial firms, says Quincy Krosby at Prudential Financial.
Malaysia's currency has been among the hardest hit in the "Trump tantrum" and the ringgit's pain likely won't end soon, analysts said.
The yuan's near 2 percent fall against the dollar since the U.S. elections likely stalled the Shenzhen-HK Stock Connect launch.
William Rhodes, CEO of William R. Rhodes Global Advisors, talks about Donald Trump's influence on trade policy and the probability of a new financial crisis.
Haitong International Securities Group's Kevin Leung talks about the Shenzhen Connect and his expectations for the weakening Chinese yuan.
Regardless of Trump's anti-trade rhetoric, the domestic demand story in Asia continues to remain key, says Fidelity International's Catherine Yeung.
The Malaysian ringgit's sharp slide has been due to its greater exposure to external shocks, says Natixis' Trinh Nguyen.
Nikko AM Americas' John Vail talks about how the weaker yen will improve earning prospects for Japanese companies.
Richard Titherington, CIO of J.P. Morgan AM, talks about how markets are saying that Trump will shift away from monetary policy to fiscal policy.
Asian markets opened mixed on Monday, with the Nikkei the only index in the green after Japanese exporters benefited from a weaker yen.
A battle between U.S. shale producers and OPEC may be coming to a head says MineLife's Gavin Wendt.
With Trump's policies still unclear, it's wise to remain cautious when it comes to investing in Asian markets, says Vasu Menon at OCBC Bank.
The University at Buffalo's Jacob Neiheisel talks about Trump's latest appointments and his attempt to mend fences with core GOP members with expertise.
"I am convinced that Mr. Trump is a leader with whom I can have great confidence in," Japan's PM said after a meeting at Trump Tower.
The greenback is the currency to own in the coming months, says Barclays' Mitul Kotecha.
The Bersih 5 protests will be different as there is revived enthusiasm for reform in Malaysia, says Maria Chin Abdullah, chair of Bersih 2.0.
CNBC's Martin Soong reports on the Malaysian public's dissatisfaction with Najib Razak's administration, ahead of the Bersih 5 protests this weekend.
Some of China's lower tier cities are still struggling with oversupply and stagnant prices, says Peter Churchouse, author of The Churchouse Letter.