Strong studio entertainment results and digital diversification mean that Disney will continue to outperform, says The Motley Fool's David Kretzmann.
Huarong International Securities's Jackson Wong considers potential motives behind Evergrande's purchase of close to a 10 percent stake in Vanke.
India Fund Executive Chairman John Pereira says India's demographics dividend and policy reforms make the country an attractive investment destination.
Mizuho Bank's Vishnu Varathan says policymakers are trying to pick a candidate who is both independent and yet of a similar agenda as the government.
The Fed, which will likely hike rates once this year, is focusing too much on being data-dependent, says Port Shelter Investment Management's Richard Harris.
Aurum Land's Michelle Yong talks to CNBC about Collision 8, an upscale membership-based co-working space in Singapore.
Thai voters have accepted military dominance in order to get on with an election, says Chiang Mai University's Paul Chambers.
The Fed has said before it will require three consecutive months of strong jobs data before engendering a rate hike, says AFEX Australia's David Greene.
The argument for a Fed hike will grow stronger if U.S. job reports remain strong, says Ashish Goyal from NN Investment Partners (Singapore).
NN Investment Partners' Ashish Goyal questions whether Thai voters are aware of the details in the new constitution which have democracy-limiting initiatives.
The Rio games won't cost as much as the Beijing and London Olympics, explains Oxford Economics' chief LatAm economist, Marcos Casarin.
The U.S. dollar is likely to remain rangebound, the euro looks slightly bearish while the yen looks positive, says Nikko Asset Management's Roger Bridges.
Toyota is under pressure to cut costs and shift towards SUVs that are gaining favor in the U.S., says Kelley Blue Book's senior analyst, Karl Brauer.
The Fed may delay hiking rates as data suggest the U.S. economy may be slowing a little, says Financial Alliance's economist and strategist, Sani Hamid.
Expect a steady climb in gold prices but a tighter oil market in the medium-term, says Daniel Hynes, ANZ's Senior Commodity Strategist.
Investors are optimistic that their patience will pay off when the Model 3 takes off, says Michael Dunne, President at Dunne Automotive.
ING Financial Markets' Asia Research Head Tim Condon says the BOE will introduce more quantitative easing and is expecting the sterling to fall.
Lower-priced used cars will hit new car sales in the second half of 2016 and next year, says AlixPartners' MD, Mark Wakefield.
Rio Tinto may do more copper exploration as China moves toward a consumer-led economy, says Ayers Alliance Securities' CIO, Jonathan Barratt.
The Japanese are still traumatized by the asset price bubble of the 1980s, says Nomura Research Institute's chief economist, Richard Koo.
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