GDP growth should start to slow in Q4 as the government cracks down on the property market and loan growth cools, says Nomura's Rob Subbaraman.
Investors typically start with commercial real estate in Sydney before looking at other geographies and asset classes, says Cushman & Wakefield's James Quigley.
Apple's iPhone, the Google Pixel and LG Electronics stand to gain from Samsung's Note 7 problems, says Mark Newman, senior analyst at Bernstein.
Louis Kuijs, head of Asia economics at Oxford Economics, makes sense of positive CPI figures out of China on the back of weak trade data figures.
Prices will ultimately head higher if Putin goes along with the OPEC production cut deal, says Jonathan Barratt, CIO at Ayers Alliance Securities.
The opening of the stock exchange the day after the King's passing has been a positive indicator, says Bank Julius Baer's Mark Matthews.
The calm reaction in Thailand to the passing of King Bhumibol suggests that groundwork for his replacement had been laid, says Kevin Hewison, professor at the UNC-CH.
Chester Wisniewski, principal research scientist at Sophos, talks about how hackers are getting more sophisticated in their tactics.
History shows that Russia and OPEC haven't had much success by working together, says Gaurav Sodhi, senior analyst at Intelligent Investor.
The economy is doing better but internal housing market reform might result in a growth slowdown in the longer term, says StanChart's Eric Robertsen.
According to the "glass cliff" theory, women might not be given sufficient opportunity to succeed, says Nick Marsh, MD at Harvey Nash Executive Search.
Stronger construction figures in China could give Alcoa's downstream spin-off, Arconic, a boost, says S&P Global Platts's Annalisa Jeffries.
The Brexit talks are not about being tough on the UK but about fitting the UK into existing frameworks, says Credit Agricole's Marie Owens Thomsen.
Mark Hooper, CEO at Sigma Pharmaceuticals, talks about how his company leveraged on e-commerce to enter the Chinese market.
The stabilization in commodities is one reason to be optimistic on emerging Asia, says LGT Capital Partners' Mikio Kumada.
South Korea will grow by 2.5 percent in 2016 but restructuring measures will affect the economy in the short term, says Natixis' Trinh Nguyen.
Daicel's positioning as a fellow Japanese auto part manufacturer makes it well-placed to acquire Takata, says Scott Upham, CEO of Valient Market Research.
Russia might have agreed to back OPEC but the extent of their cooperation is unclear, says Azlin Ahmad, editor at Argus Media.
A tentative oil agreement might have been drawn up but no concrete action has been taken yet, says David Sokulsky, CIO at Crestone Wealth.
Whether dollar parity is reached depends on Brexit discussions but the pound will weaken further when Article 50 is triggered, says Macquarie's Nizam Idris.
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