Octavio Marenzi, CEO of Opimas, says that if Dodd-Frank is rolled back, revenues for the U.S. banking industry will grow significantly.
Divya Devesh, Standard Chartered Bank, says that stability in U.S. Treasury yields will support the Indonesian rupiah.
Divya Devesh, Standard Chartered Bank, says that the decreased prospects of a March Fed hike have led to a weaker U.S. dollar.
Francesco Mancini, assistant dean at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS, says that the U.S. is less predictable than it used to be.
Mikio Kumada, LGT Capital Partners, says the consolidation that could happen in the markets should be regarded as a buying opportunity.
Brent Wilsey, president of Wilsey AM, explains why favors Best Buy but not Nike.
Edoardo Stroppiana at AirSelfie talks about the his selfie drone and the competition in the space.
Khoon Goh, ANZ Research, says talks about the dollar/yen trade and Asian currencies he likes.
Cedric Chehab at BMI Research weighs in on the weaker than expected Caixin PMI figures.
Cedric Chehab, BMI Research, says that he's not bullish on the South Korean economy.
Sangin Park, Seoul National University, says that while it's likely that the U.S. and South Korea will uphold THAAD plans, more details need to be ironed out.
Ming Maa, president of Grab, talks about the ride-sharing company's $700 million investment in Indonesia.
Rodrigo Catril at NAB says that with the Fed expected to hike rates, the dollar is likely to remain supportive.
Ovadia Levy at KPL Capital explains why his price target for Facebook stock is $90.
Rhenu Bhuller, partner at Frost & Sullivan, says that the deal would give Reckitt Benckiser access to markets in Asia.
Sani Hamid, Financial Alliance, says investors need to position for shocks ahead in the market.
Deep Kalra, chairman of MakeMyTrip, talks about the company's latest merger with Ibobo Group.
Radhika Rao, economist at DBS, discusses how the economy will tackle the impact of upcoming GST implementation and demonetization.
Rob Enderle, president at Enderle Group, says the amount of competition in the smartphone market is leading to margin pressures on Apple.
Democrats might hold out after they waited for Merrick Garland's confirmation in vain, says Brendon O'Connor, U.S. Studies Centre at Sydney University.