When markets are trading sideways, "carry is king," says James Cheo, Bank of Singapore, highlighting dividend strategies and high-yielding bonds.
Scott Lucas of the University of Birmingham explains that with two candidates, it'll be likely one will win majority in the first round.
Alex Hungate, president and CEO at SATS, says pressure is likely to increase in the industry but SATS continues to focus on productivity.
Gil Luria of D.A. Davidson says the faster the other businesses grow, the more money they lose and it is putting pressure on Alibaba's margins.
Rob Subbaraman, Nomura, says the need for the Federal Reserve to be hawkish will recede as fiscal stimulus gets pushed further out.
Nomura economist Rob Subbaraman explained why he’s bullish on the outlook for Malaysia.
As markets are highly-leveraged, moves in the markets become sharper, says Juerg Kiener, Swiss Asia Capital.
Gikas Hardouvelis, professor at University of Piraeus, says getting the deal signed will send the signal that Greece is ready to tackle its economy.
Virendra Chauhan, Energy Aspects, says OPEC is unlikely to simply roll over production cuts as the markets will not buy into it.
Wee Liat Lee, BNP Paribas, says the Chinese government wants home prices to stabilize instead of a decline.
Sarah Lien, Eastspring Investments, says Trump was not very relevant to the markets rallying or selling off.
Frank Farrall, Deloitte Digital, says the "unbanked" population in Southeast Asia provides an opportunity for the provision of services from internet companies.
Dickie Wong, Kingston Securities, says the Chinese internet market is large enough to support more than player in the social media space.
Inflation could be disrupt the emerging market story but Mexico's is looking promising, says Philippa Malmgren, DRPM Group.
Philippa Malmgren, DRPM Group, says whether U.S. President Trump gets impeached or not really depends on congress.
George Saravelos, Deutsche Bank, says if the ECB only talks about winding down quantitative easing, the euro will not be as supported.
Daniel Green, associate professor at the University of Delaware, says it's possible the U.S. will retain a strong presence in Syria.
Don Weinland, Financial Times, says Ant Financial might be delaying its IPO as it has enough funding and needs time to work through regulatory issues.
Upward growth revision for Europe and positive data releases from Japan are good news for equity markets there, says Xavier Denis, Societe Generale.
Alex Capri, visiting senior fellow at the NUS Business School, says OBOR presents opportunities for financial intermediaries.