The Federal Reserve is likely to hike interest rates in June and September this year, and twice next year, says Rob Subbaraman, Nomura.
Rob Subbaraman, Nomura, says the sell-off in tech stocks stateside is a sign that Asian electronics exports could be coming off a peak.
Nicholas Sopel, RHB Research Institute Singapore, weighs in on the direction of the British pound and the euro.
Kairat Kelimbetov, Astana International Financial Centre, talks about the country's ambitions to become a regional financial services hub.
The measured pace of interest rate increases from the Federal Reserve bodes well for Asia, says Andrew Gillan, Janus Henderson Investors.
It's unlikely that Cable will crash to $1.20 as the situation is not as disastrous as pessimists are making it out to be, says Khoon Goh, ANZ Research.
Mark Konyn, CIO of AIA, says downward pressure on the British pound is expected on the back of a hung parliament, while more economic uncertainty is likely.
Andrew Hawkins, chairman of ComRes, says the increasing use of social media is one key challenge that pollsters faced in this U.K. elections.
Unlike the Brexit shock last year, the election in the U.K. is being viewed by investors as an internal, domestic affair, says Mark Konyn, CIO of AIA.
Jonathan Portes, professor at King's College London, weighs in on the U.K. election and how Brexit negotiations might be affected.
With companies investing in immersive computing, holograms are needed to provide content on educational to social platforms, says Steve Raymond, CEO of 8i.
Annette Kimmitt, EY, says entrepreneurs have taken uncertainty as the new normal and are more concerned over increasing competition affecting growth.
Nizam Idris, Macquarie, says a stronger mandate for U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is likely to result in a hard Brexit, which would be pound-negative.
Nizam Idris, Macquarie, says the European Central Bank could pivot away from easing and towards normalization.
Michael Collins, Invest Europe, says the Commission is expected to focus on removing barriers to allow capital to flow across borders.
Patrick Phillips, Urban Land Institute, talks about the continued capital outflow from China into real estate investments in markets like Australia and the U.S.
Michael Dunne, Dunne Automotive, outlines how the domestic Chinese market continues to protect Chinese internet businesses — like Didi.
Steven LeBoeuf, Valencell, talks about how biometric earbuds are better suited for tracking exercise due to accuracy.
As uncertainty is reduced after the election, prospects for the undervalued pound look good, says Mikio Kumada, LGT Capital Partners.
China prefers to be part of a leading group, rather than a leader on global issues, says Shi Yinhong, Renmin University of China.