Tim Anderson, MD at TJM Investments, talks about the Dow breaking the 20,000 mark and sector rotation in the U.S. markets.
Gareth Old, partner at Clifford Chance, says that the Volcker Rule has become extremely complicated.
Chi Tsang, HSBC, talks about Alibaba's latest earnings beat and the online/offline model it wants to adopt.
National University of Singapore's James Crabtree says that Labor might not vote against the Brexit bill, but they are likely to seek greater clarity.
Michael Na, Nomura, says that the political scandal in South Korea could result in chaebol reform that unlocks value in Korean conglomerates.
Bert Dohmen at Dohmen Capital Research Group, says that investors should look at the full year.
Annette Beacher, TD Securities, talks about the U.S. withdrawal from the TPP and why she favors the yen.
Sarah Lien at Eastspring Investments says that Singapore might be unloved right now but there is good value to be found.
Hao Zhou at Commerzbank says that companies in China that are not ready for approvals to go public.
The oil markets will reach a rebalanced status this year, says Mark Edmunds at Deloitte.
Focus on emerging markets that are more dependent on domestic demand and less dependent on external debt, says Ken Peng, Citi Private Bank.
Callum Henderson, Eurasia Group, says that the President is likely to pursue bilateral trade deals going forward.
Ben Bingham, China country director at ADB, talks about how pollution has economic consequences in China.
Keith Fitz-gerald, chief investment strategist at MoneyMorning.com, says that the Trump victory has been a wildcard for the markets.
With Trump's lack of U.S.-Asia policy, Abe's establishment of personal rapport was a smart move, says Frank Lavin, CEO of Export Now.
David Carbon from DBS says that China is actually trying to keep the yuan strong.
Frank Lavin, CEO of Export Now, says that currencies and dumping pose greater problems.
Barry Irvin, executive chairman of Bega Cheese, explains the company's acquisition the Australian and NZ grocery unit of Mondelez.
Peter Bithos, CEO of video on demand platform HOOQ, talks about the importance of local content.
James Sullivan, J.P. Morgan, talks about how the Fed's policy might interact with Donald Trump's pro-growth policy going forward.