University of British Columbia's Paul Evans says Trudeau wants to engage in multilateral relations with China through the AIIB.
Maybank Investment Bank's Mohshin Aziz says because Malaysian airlines have consolidated and cut capacity, it's easier for AirAsia to fill up seats.
Indonesia, India and the Philippines offer the best opportunities but are also the most expensive in Asia, says Henderson Global Investors' Sat Duhra.
Chinese outward investments could hit $150 billion this year and some rejections were to be expected, says American Enterprise Institute's Derek Scissors.
Markets will be eyeing non-farm payrolls due Friday as the data will have an impact on Fed expectations, says National Australia Bank's Christy Tan.
Expect Chinese banks' non-performing loans to see signs of stabilization this year, says DBS Vickers Hong Kong's Shujin Chen.
U.S. stocks could head higher and drive investors towards emerging markets if the Fed holds rates steady, says BMI Research's Cedric Chehab.
Manulife Asset Management's Rana Gupta says Indian state banks need to start focusing their efforts on developing digital and mobile banking.
The Fed chair's speech could be perceived as dovish, which would lead to dollar weakness, says Compass Global Markets' Tony Boyadjian.
The Star Entertainment CEO's Matt Bekier says he is confident that the gaming company can replicate its Sydney sucess in Queensland.
Companies can frack responsibly, although the lack of regulation in certain states such as Ohio poses challenges, says University of Cincinnati's Amy Townsend-Small.
Only 54 senators are needed to vote for a formal impeachment of Rousseff, with 49 declaring their willingness to do so, says CSIS' Michael Metera.
JBC Energy Group's Johannes Benigni says the supply problem is not just tied to OPEC, but also non-OPEC members that are ramping up production.
South32's Graham Kerr says the company has made big inroads in terms of reducing capital expenditure and operating costs.
There are uncertainties in the global economic environment, which makes it hard for the Fed to decide on its rate cycle, says JPMorgan's James Sullivan.
Baltic Exchange CEO Jeremy Penn says there is great future opportunities for the Baltic Exchange with the SGX deal.
The key points to watch are Glencore's debt levels, asset disposal and cash flow generation, says Religare Capital Markets' Nirgunan Tiruchelvam.
The deal makes sense because SGX's fastest-growing business is in commodity derivatives, shares SGX's Head of Derivatives Michael Syn.
Qantas CEO Alan Joyce says the Australian airlines managed to capture the lower fuel prices by hedging effectively while a lot of its peers did not.
Contango AM's George Boubouras outlines several factors why Qantas is well positioned to weather the headwinds ahead.
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