Liquidity a fresh emerging market issue, says Hao Hong at the Bank of Communications International.
China will heat up again as domestic debt problems and trade policy changes expected by president-elect Donald Trump come into sharper focus, says Charlene Chu at Autonomous Research Asia.
Labor laws in Japan may change as the country aims for higher wages even as it mulls allowing more workers from abroad, says Scott Sato at Pasona.
Black Friday remains the traditional start of U.S. holiday season shopping, but more consumers are buying even sooner, says the National Retail Federation's Ellen Davis.
Trump's promises of lower taxes, bigger federal budgets has lifted business sentiment and the markets, says Cabot WM's Robert Lutts.
Asian markets opened higher on Wednesday, with the Japanese markets closed for the Labor Thanksgiving Day national holiday.
Confusion about cloud computing has hit the server business of HP Enterprise, says Jayson Nolan at Robert W. Baird.
The link between the Brexit vote and Donald Trump's election comes down to implementation, says Advisory's Alastair Newton.
U.S. president-elect Donald Trump's "open mind" on climate change may signal wider policy flexibility, including on trade, says Alavan Business Advisory's Alastair Newton.
Stocks correlated to global reflation are expected to lift markets to higher highs, says Ari Wald at Oppenheimer & Co.
Fukushima's power plants were back in the spotlight Tuesday after an earthquake hit the region, reviving memories of 2011's nuclear crisis.
The trade pact was mean to be a centerpiece of the Obama administration's "pivot" towards Asia.
While Trump has been clear on tax reduction policies, his stance on trade remains less clear, says Frank Lavin, chairman at Export Now.
Sina Weibo is no longer just a portal, it's now a mobile, social and video hub, says Hans Tung, managing partner at GGV Capital.
Emerging markets are still attractive for Andrew Freris, CEO at Ecognosis Advisory, despite the sharply stronger dollar.
Markets in Tokyo are calm as fears of widespread damage pass after a strong earthquake hit off the main island on Japan's northeast coast Tuesday and sparked a tsunami warning, says Nicholas Smith at CLSA.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has rolled back anti-business rhetoric and appears more accommodating on how to manage Brexit, according to Jacob Kirkegaard of the The Peterson Institute for International Economics.
President-elect Donald Trump's tough talk on trade with China during the election will bend if the U.S. and China continue talks on thorny issues, says He Weiwen at the Center for China and Globalization.
With small earthquakes an "everyday event" in Japan, the latest quake is unlikely to cause much damage, says Natixis Japan Securities' Kohei Iwahara.
The muted stock market reaction to Japan earthquake highlights solid equity trends, says Philip Saunders, co-head at multi-asset growth at Investec AM.