Nomura Securities' Jim McCafferty says that investors should consider the defense sector and the impact of reflationary policies on exporting countries.
Mark Palmquist, CEO of Graincorp, addresses the agribusiness' outlook and whether its logistics processes have been affected by the Hanjin collapse.
Consumers no longer want a trade-off between convenience and cybersecurity when making electronic payments, says Mastercard's Ling Hai.
Morgan Stanley's Gokul Laroia says that emerging markets are more equipped than ever to deal with current market conditions due to their low debt levels.
What's more important will be what happens next year, as just two rate hikes from the Fed have been priced in for 2017, says Adrian Zuercher, MD at UBS.
Stephen Bird, CEO of global consumer banking at Citi, talks about the rise of mobile fintech in the region.
Asian markets opened higher on Wednesday, with the Nikkei and Topix leading the gains.
Oasis Management's Seth Fischer talks about the outlook for trade and defense in Japan ahead of Japanese PM Shinzo Abe's meeting with Donald Trump.
William Adams at PNC talks about why decent Q3 Eurozone GDP removes a barrier for the ECB to begin reducing monetary stimulus next year.
Not any time soon, says RBC Capital Markets' Elsa Lignos, as the dollar has been buoyed by Fed rate hike expectations and fiscal stimulus hopes.
Charlie Bilello, director of research at Pension Partners, says that Fed funds futures have priced in a 90 percent probability for a December rate hike.
Pollsters need to shift their polling methods to take into account the prevalence of the internet as a platform, says SurveyMonkey.
Andrew Cowen, CEO at HK Express, talks about the room for growth in the low cost carrier space in China and his strategy for the airline.
Primavera Capital Group's Fred Hu talks about Chinese consumers as well as the importance of the China-U.S. relationship.
Michael Chu, co-CEO at L Catterton, talks about how consumer trends once common in the U.S. are coming to in China due to its growing middle class.
Investors should sell into the post-election market rally and continue cutting their exposure to emerging markets, JPMorgan Cazenove said.
Keynesian stimulus is positive for U.S. equities and the dollar but will negatively affect EMs in the near term, AXA Investment Managers' Mark Tinker.
Peter Bellew, group MD & CEO at Malaysia Airlines, talks about the stratification of the airline industry into full service and ultra low cost carriers.
Cumulative investment in China, which includes supply chains and employee consumption, is more significant than realized, says HKU's Michael Enright.
Cedar Street AM's Jonathan Brodsky talks about how there's been rotation in the markets based on which of Trump's statements will turn into policy.