Rob Enderle, president at Enderle Group, says the amount of competition in the smartphone market is leading to margin pressures on Apple.
Democrats might hold out after they waited for Merrick Garland's confirmation in vain, says Brendon O'Connor, U.S. Studies Centre at Sydney University.
Manpreet Gill at StanChart Private Bank says that business confidence and inflation make the case for rate hikes in the U.S.
Peter Casanova, equity research analyst at Kepler Cheuvreux, says the Swiss bank's dividends are in line with expectation, reflecting confidence in the future.
Ashraf Laidi, CEO of Intermarket Strategy, says that the forex markets are not kind to currencies of countries that adopt protectionism.
Ivan Li, Sinopac Securities, says he favors Air China, Galaxy Entertainment and Swire Properties stocks this Lunar New Year.
Soon Ghee Chua, MD at A.T. Kearney, says that companies have realized that the field of virtual assistance is a good "use case" of AI.
John Lilley, Taurus Wealth Advisors, talks about Trump's latest targets and what this means for investing in Mexico.
Rob Subbaraman at Nomura says while models show red flags, China's unique position gives it a window to resolve some of its economic problems.
Gareth Mann, CEO of Trading.co.uk, talks about how the app will monitor the U.S. President's Twitter feed to alert users on potential stock outlooks.
Tom Konrad, editor at AltEnergyStocks.com, says that Trump policies have been a "reduced tailwind" for alternative energy rather than a headwind.
While output could increase when oil hits the mid-$50s price range, demand is likely to increase too, says Victor Shum, VP at IHS Energy Insight.
Rob Subbaraman at Nomura says that exports in Asia have picked up and they're headed to China, not the U.S.
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.