BNP Paribas' Mirza Baig says after the South Korean ruling party lost the parliamentary majority in April, talks of quantitative easing have diminished.
The Fed will likely hike twice in 2016, once in September and again in December, cautions Hartmut Issel from UBS Wealth Management.
DBS' Radhika Rao explains that the UK referendum could swing either way, and the outcome will be determined by citizens who are still undecided.
Global monetary policy divergence and China concerns could return and drive the greenback's rebound, says Sim Moh Siong from Bank of Singapore.
FirstEnergy Capital's Michael Dunn estimates Canada's oil output is down 1.1 million barrels a day, and the revenue lost is around $200-$300 million.
The Fed will remain cautious, with possibly one more rate hike at the end of the year, says Kieran Calder from Union Bancaire Privee.
Peter Boardman at Tradewinds says there are synergies between Nissan and Mitsubishi, but a merger will depend on company valuations.
Rob Sindel, managing director at CSR, says it was the construction, aluminium and property business segments which helped drive strong results.
Signals from Fed officials suggest that a June hike is still an option, which would then strengthen the dollar, says Khoon Goh from ANZ Research.
Peter Chen from the University of Sydney talks about the limitations of both Liberal and Labor parties' plans for Australia's economic transition.
There are several political uncertainties ahead, such as the Australian elections and U.S. presidential race, says Macquarie Private Wealth's Martin Lakos.
China's April inflation data has calmed market sentiment as it suggests that there is room for further policy easing, says Julia Wang from HSBC.
Fintonia Group's Adrian Chng talks about why the YPO Global Pulse index showed a boost in business confidence among Asian CEOs.
Oil output in key producing regions is very susceptible to supply disruptions, Daniel Hynes, senior commodity strategist at ANZ, warns.
Mikio Kumada from LGT Capital Partners says that China's credit stimulus is an attempt to manage its inevitable structural slowdown.
Credit Suisse's senior FX strategist, KH Heng, says the Brexit vote in June will influence the Fed's decision on whether to hike rates.
Crystol Energy's founder and director, Carole Nakhle gives her take on Saudi Arabia's oil minister change.
Federation of Philippine Industries president George Chua says the business community will be able to work with whoever wins the election.
It's in Saudi's long-term interest to have low oil prices now to limit the move to alternative fuels, says Taurus Wealth Advisors ED, Rainer Michael Preiss.
Liberty House CEO Sanjeev Gupta told CNBC that he's committed to sustaining all current jobs if the bid for Tata Steel UK is successful.
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