The two non-OPEC members most likely to agree to cut output are Oman and Russia but that may not be enough, says JBC Energy Group's Johannes Benigni.
Argentarius Group's Hank Morris says it will take a minor miracle for President Park Geun-hye to block the impeachment vote.
A political vacuum will hurt investment confidence in South Korea, says Rob Subbaraman, Asia ex-Japan chief economist at Nomura.
Bill Rancic, winner of the first season of Donald Trump’s reality TV show “The Apprentice,” offered some insights about the president-elect.
China's November exports rose 0.1 percent on-year while imports rose 6.7 percent on-year on a dollar-denominated basis.
Monte dei Paschi isn't the only Italian bank with bad debts, says Dan Scott at Credit Suisse.
Globe Telecom's Ernest Cu talks about how the telco's partnerships with Twitter and the NBA give Filipinos more digital choices.
China is toggling between economic rebalancing and growth, says J.P. Morgan's Sally Auld.
Shuang Ding at StanChart Bank explains why the world will be like "a jungle" full of opportunities, risks and excitement in 2017.
The ongoing Korean political scandal could be impetus for chaebol and corporate governance reform, says Michael Na at Nomura.
Ambit Capital's Pramod Gubbi explains why Tata Motors, Trent and SRF are his top stock picks in India.
Stephen Davies, CEO of Javelin WM, explains why he favors domestically-oriented U.S. equities in light of Donald Trump's trade comments.
Marie Owens Thomsen at Indosuez WM says that it's business in usual in Italy after the referendum and that the country isn't leaving the EU anytime soon.
Paul Donavan, global chief economist at UBS WM, discusses ECB responses after the Italian referendum.
Easing interest rates could lead to added pressure on the housing market, says Emily Dabbs at Moody's Analytics.
Interest rate differentials and a stronger U.S. economy are factors supporting the market rally, says Gavin Parry, MD at Parry International Trading.
Franco Pavoncello at John Cabot University weighs in on what the ECB's next move might be in supporting Italian debt and the state of Italy's banks.
Reflationary U.S. policies will come amidst higher yields and trade protectionism, leading to a mixed bag for ASEAN, says Morgan Stanley's Deyi Tan.
StanChart Bank's Eddie Cheung discusses the near-term supportive factors for the euro and what might happen with the Kiwi dollar.
It will take some time but the HK-Shenzen Connect will give investors access to "new China" stocks in the Shenzhen market, says PEGASUS Fund Managers' Paul Pong.