U.K. GDP figures benefited from the global financial rebound and higher tourism expenditure, says Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International's Brendan Brown.
Saudi Arabia is committed to bringing OPEC together but a 4 percent output cut seems unrealistic, says Credit Suisse's David Hewitt.
Rob Enderle, principal analyst at Enderle Group, talks about how Alphabet's revenues are still largely from search.
With interest rates unlikely to be cut further and subsiding deflationary pressure, yields are likely to go up, says AMP Capital Investors' Shane Oliver.
However, 65 percent of millennials in the region intend to buy properties of their own in the future, says Henry Chin, head of research at CBRE Asia Pacific.
Increased regulations in the housing space suggest a fall in mortgage lending for China's state-owned banks, says Dickie Wong, executive director at Kingston Securities.
Exact details about what went wrong with Samsung's Galaxy Note S7 remain unclear, says Mark Newman, managing director at Bernstein.
Fidelity International's Catherine Yeung talks about how Asian markets are guarded ahead of the U.S. election and how e-commerce stocks in China are interesting.
Nintendo slumped to an operating loss in first half of fiscal 2017 due to a slowdown in sales and a stronger yen.
The Nintendo Switch does not target the casual gamer and is not as novel as the PlayStation VR, says BGC Securities' Amir Anvarzdeh.
Broadcom, Cirrus Logic and Western Digital are stocks that would benefit on Apple's earnings, says Brad Gastwirth, CEO at ABR Investment Strategy.
The earnings revision cycle has reached a turning point and the outlook for corporate profitability in EMs is optimistic, says JP Morgan's James Sullivan.
The blocking of the CETA calls into question the negotiation ability of the EU, says Jeremy Kinsman, distinguished visiting diplomat at Ryerson University.
Visa delivered strong results but is cautious ahead of slowing global growth and political uncertainty, says The Motley Fool's Asit Sharma.
Most Japanese equities have not been driven by fundamentals but by the strength in the Japanese yen, says StanChart WM's Manpreet Gill.
New Zealand might not be a superpower but is a leader in the field of renewable energy, says NZ's Energy and Resources Minister Simon Bridges.
Markets have been experiencing shocks, such as Brexit, but trading patterns in the past six months have been relatively dull, says Seth Merrin, CEO at Liquidnet.
The economy, an anti-corruption drive and foreign policy will be topics of discussion, says Ja Ian Chong, professor at the National University of Singapore.
Large deals tend to get politicized and regulatory approval will be difficult to win, says Wunderlich Securities' Matthew Harrigan.
Luis von Ahn, CEO of Duolingo, talks about how his company uses chatbots to help users overcome linguistic barriers and learn new languages.