Tomohiko Taniguchi, special guest professor at Keio University, says Japan lived through trade-related accusations in the '80s.
Girija Pande, executive chairman at Apex Avalon Consulting, says Indian IT companies will be affected by immigration policy changes in the U.S.
Azlin Ahmad, crude oil editor at Argus Media, says Asian markets are important for oil, but New York could offer greater liquidity.
Callum Henderson of the Eurasia Group says that the financial markets will welcome the attempt by President Trump to make nice with his Chinese counterparts.
Steve Goldman, MD at Kapstream Capital, says he favors short-dated or floating rate corporate bonds.
Michael Kors, like other retailers, face risks from merchandise, millennials, and malls, says Tom Gentile, editor of Power Profit Trades.
David Lennox, resources analyst at Fat Prophets, expects Australian iron ore miner Rio Tinto to report a full-year profit of $4.7-5 billion.
The RBI will likely cut rates by 50 basis points in total for 2017, says Indranil Sen Gupta, India chief economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
University of California's Thad Kousser outlines the legal process that U.S. President Donald Trump's immigration ban will have to go through.
Halting the depreciation process of the yuan would stop the dollar buying onshore, says ING Financial Markets' Tim Condon.
Copper prices climbed over 1 percent after BHP Billiton said it planned to halt production at the Escondida mine due to a workers strike.
Anuj Lal of Kimberly Clark Professional says business leaders were more confident in the last quarter of 2016, according to a YPO Global Pulse survey.
Subhranshu Sekhar Das of Frost & Sullivan talks about the Singapore Airline's decreasing yields and the increased competition for Asian carriers.
Nizam Idris of Macquarie says that the a weaker dollar would provide a buffer for China's forex reserves.
Matt Mackowiak, president of Potomac Strategy Group, says the Ninth Circuit is unlikely to rule in President Trump's favor and an appeal is expected.
Brett McGonegal, CEO of Capital Link International, talks about China's forex reserves and his expectations of a market correction.
Sheri Berman, political science professor at Barnard College, says the French elections reflect the trend in the West of dissatisfaction with elites.
Octavio Marenzi, CEO of Opimas, says that if Dodd-Frank is rolled back, revenues for the U.S. banking industry will grow significantly.
Divya Devesh, Standard Chartered Bank, says that stability in U.S. Treasury yields will support the Indonesian rupiah.
Divya Devesh, Standard Chartered Bank, says that the decreased prospects of a March Fed hike have led to a weaker U.S. dollar.