U.S. dollar strength, economic growth worries and political risk could disrupt ASEAN markets, says Mixo Das at Nomura.
Rob Enderle talks about the stronger-than-expected performance of HP's PC and printer segments.
It's more important to focus on the stable yuan currency basket than the dollar/yuan rate, says StanChart Private Bank's Clive McDonnell.
Global warming knows no boundaries, says the UN's Haoliang Xu, speaking at a business forum on Sustainable Goals in Asia.
Bright spots in the global logistics industry are apparent despite some gloom on trade, says Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, group chairman and CEO.
Russian President Vladimir Putin stands to gain from Donald Trump's presidency, while Europe may suffer, says Eurasia Group's Ian Bremmer.
A rise in populism across Europe is not inevitable, according to Ian Bremmer, president at the Eurasia Group.
The U.S. pivot to Asia is in flux and China may benefit, says Ian Bremmer, president at the Eurasia Group.
TEPCO has won some praise for its response to allay concerns of potential problems at its Daini nuclear plant following Tuesday's earthquake off Japan's northeast coast, a far cry from its communications after the massive 2011 Tohuku temblor, says Dale Klein at The University of Texas System.
Valuations might be smaller in SEA but could increase because emerging Asia is still growing, says Ernest Kan at Deloitte Southeast Asia.
Mahathir had a reputation for shutting down protests but even his participation in Bersih didn't draw the crowds, says NTU's Oh Ei Sun.
The dollar is entering a period of consolidation as investors take stock of Donald Trump's policies, says Rodrigo Catril at the NAB.
Launching the Shenzhen Connect now could exacerbate volumes of capital outflow from China, says CMB International Securities' Daniel So.
Sani Hamid at Financial Alliance talks about how the base case scenario for markets involves the move up in yields and dollar strength to continue further.
Furniture rental startup Furlenco CEO Ajith Karimpana explains why his business model works for Indian urban millennials.
While polls are not in Marine Le Pen's favor, anything could happen as seen from the events in the U.K. and U.S., says Insead Professor Antonio Fatas.
OPEC members can easily reduce crude output by about a million barrels per day, says Fat Prophets' David Lennox.
U.S. bond yields moved up sharply in a short period of time, so a pullback is to be expected, says Standard Chartered Private Bank's Manpreet Gill.
Douglas Paal at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, says that the TPP isn't dead yet but its prospects don't look good either.
It won't be feasible in the short term to transfer consumer electronics production lines from China to the U.S., says Jiang Long, president of GoerTek.