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.
Mark Hooper, CEO of Sigma Pharmaceuticals, talks about the company's presence in China and its expansion into Hong Kong.
Cedric Chehab, BMI Research, explains why he favors the British pound, Malaysian ringgit and Mexican peso.
Cedric Chehab, BMI Research, says he expects U.S. bonds to outperform equities as there will be fewer interest rate hikes than market consensus.
Alex Capri at the NUS Business School says China is likely to go into the meeting with President Trump looking to establish "harmonious" relations.
Karine Hirn, East Capital, says Myanmar might be an exciting market but more can be done when it comes to accessibility and ease of doing business.
Sim Moh Siong, Bank of Singapore, says it's a "sideways story" for the dollar but there's upside risk for the euro.
Kieran Calder, Union Bancaire Privée, says the yen will be less of a headwind in the year ahead for the Japanese economy.
Robbie Hoyes-Cock, director of The Late Show at the Singapore International Jazz Festival, talks about the new format being introduced at this year's festival.
Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul, Thailand's minister of tourism and sports, says steady economic growth and culture are reasons why investors should choose Thailand.
Huawei net profits were largely flat, even though revenues climbed by 32 percent to 521.6 billion yuan. Sophia Yan reports.
Virendra Chauhan, Energy Aspects, says there's a high probability that production output cuts will be rolled over in May.
Callum Henderson, Eurasia Group, weighs in on what to expect when President Xi meets with President Trump for the first time.
Rob Van Kranenburg, founder of The IoT Council in Belgium, talks about the low power, long range networks that support the internet of things today.
Alan Wheatley, Chatham House, says there are different compromises that need to be considered for both the U.K. and European Union.
Peter Chia, FX strategist at UOB, says the British pound did not fall of a cliff's edge the way some had expected.
Kazunori Ito, Ibbotson Associates Japan, says Toshiba has to sell the majority, if not all, of its memory chip unit to secure enough capital.
Xavier Denis, Societe Generale, says he's focusing more on Asian equity markets as they are likely to do better amidst stronger global growth.