Mark Newman, MD at Bernstein, weighs in on the reported Foxconn bid on Toshiba's chip unit and says SK Hynix could offer greater synergies.
However, excessive dollar strength is unlikely as this is not in the interest of the Trump administration, says Gao Qi, Scotiabank.
Alex Wong, Ample Capital, says there are many existing listed brokerages in Hong Kong and investors aren't confident about the turnover in Chinese markets.
Tim Condon, ING Financial Markets, says if investment picks up, concerns about productivity in the economy will decline.
Tapering the Federal Reserve's massive balance sheet is uncharted territory, says Westpac Bank's Sean Callow.
Both countries just needed to understand the other's relative position on trade, says Andrew Delios from NUS Business School.
John Jooste, CIO at Bank of Singapore, says geopolitical risks have not yet dampened the market's sentiment.
Guido Krass, Silver Yachts, talks about the Silver Fast, the largest yacht making an appearance at the Singapore Yacht Show.
Hank Morris, Argentarius Group, says Samsung's new Galaxy S8 could help the company recover market share, while the rise in chip prices will drive earnings.
Francesco Mancini, National University of Singapore, and Tuan Huynh, Deutsche Bank WM, talk about the Xi-Trump meeting and the impact of U.S. policy reform on markets.
Francesco Mancini, National University of Singapore, weighs in on the U.S. response to the use of chemical weapons in Syria and how this might impact ISIS.
Francesco Mancini, National University of Singapore, says President Trump's decision to strike a Syrian airfield was a signal to U.S. allies.
Priyanka Kishore, Oxford Economics, says there is a liquidity overhang in the economy but she doesn't expect the Reserve Bank of India to change rates just yet.
Victor Shum, IHS Energy Insight, says the writing is on the wall that the bloc will to extend its output cut agreement.
Sanjeev Prasad, Kotak Securities, explains why he favors ICICI and State Bank of India stocks as the NPA problem is being worked through.
Marco Montanari, Deutsche Asset Management, says ETFs are drawing investments from other more successful assets.
Gunther Kegel, CEO of Pepperl+Fuchs, says it makes sense to see further consolidation in the sector.
Nobuo Tanaka, chairman of the Gastech Japan 2017 Consortium, says governments need to take the lead on nuclear power generation.
Nobuo Tanaka, chairman of the Gastech Japan 2017 Consortium, says demand for LNG will decline as reactors come back online but the degree of change remains to be seen.
Steven Milch, Suncorp, talks about the Reserve Bank's decision to keep rates on hold and regulatory impact on the Australian housing market.