Dollar/peso started strong but pulled back, suggesting that the Trump tape resulted in an overreaction in markets, says Macquarie's Nizam Idris.
Trump chose to double down, but Clinton reflected an unexpectedly interventionist stance on Syria, says University of Sydney's Brendon O'Connor.
The U.S. needs to be create 250,000 jobs per month just to keep up with population growth, says Jeremy O'Friel, MD at Belmont Investments.
Fulvio Maria Scavia, designer and owner at Scavia, explains how Chinese consumers' preferences for jewelry have moved with the times.
Without the cornerstone investors, China Merchant Securities' shares would have tanked, says Raymond Jook from Avant Capital Management (HK).
Nordea Markets' Jesper Bargmann says the pound sell-off happened at the most illiquid time of the day, and before risk events such as the nonfarm payrolls.
Orbital Insight's James Crawford explains how the shapes of shadows caused by oil tanks can be used to estimate crude inventories levels.
Asian markets will likely face some slight declines if there is a December Fed rate hike, HSBC's Herald van der Linde.
Institute of Chinese Studies' Jabin Jacob talks about economic ties between the Asian giants and the strategic concerns India has with One Belt, One Road.
There is a short-term floor on oil prices but rebalancing in oil is likely only in 2019, says Johannes Benigni, chairman of JBC Energy Group.
Michael Preiss, executive director at Taurus Wealth Advisors, talks about Deutsche Bank's problems and its links to the European Central Bank.
Taurus Wealth Advisors' Michael Preiss talks about how markets are at a point where central banks are increasingly part of the problem and "catch-up inflation".
Robert Lang, CEO at Socialbakers, talks about authentic engagement on social media and helping businesses understand social ROI.
Cedric Chehab at BMI Research highlights the differences in development models adopted by China and India, and the latter's need for private investment.
Google's new smartphone might not win major market share but it will showcase the strength of the Android platform, says Canalys' Ishan Dutt.
Cedric Chehab, head of global strategy at BMI Research, talks about the interest rate normalization and how it relates to strengthening commodities prices.
Instead of relying on incentives, automakers will need to manage demand and supply as they enter a down cycle, says Mark Wakefield, MD at AlixPartners.
Given moderating CPI and the existing policy rate, the RBI has room to cut til March next year, says Manulife Asset Management's Rana Gupta.
East and Partners' Martin Smith discusses the failure of Australian banks to pass on the central bank's rate cut to customers.
Even though markets have not priced in a Trump win, they've recovered after shocks, such as the Brexit vote, in the past, says Stephen Davies, CEO of Javelin WM.
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