Buying into a dip that's too shallow could prove risky, says Johan Jooste, CIO of Bank of Singapore.
James Derderian at the University of Sydney says the British government and media should be commended in their approach to handling the attack.
Alejandro Barbajosa at Argus Media says prospects of an extension in the OPEC output cut are supporting oil prices.
Michael Every of Rabobank says if Republicans' healthcare bill is passed in Congress, the U.S. dollar stands to rally.
Wendy Huang of Macquarie says while Tencent's online payments and cloud revenues grew by 300 percent, growth in advertising revenues slowed.
John Lilley, MD of Taurus Wealth Advisors, says there is interest in specific sectors in the U.S. markets, as well as European, Chinese and Indian markets.
Arnaud Bisschop at Pictet Asset Management talks about how his water fund invests in utilities and technology related to the water industry.
Matt Beech at the University of Hull says the Scottish leader is trying to further the Scottish National Party's agenda but the people don't want the same things.
Rob Subbaraman of Nomura says investors could be getting complacent over the state of Chinese markets.
Rob Subbaraman of Nomura says there are opportunities in Asia as the domestic growth story continues.
Daniel Phua, acting group CFO of Blue Bird Group, says regulations imposed on ride-hailing apps level the playing field in the transportation business.
David Forrester of Credit Agricole says he sees the EUR/USD cross headed towards the 1.04 level during the French elections.
Leif Johansson, chairman of Ericsson, says he has never taken part in any discussions over a hypothetical deal between Cisco and Ericsson.
Leif Johansson, chairman of Ericsson, talks about the importance of a level playing field and the 5G network roll out the company has in the works.
Leif Johansson, chairman of Ericsson, says everyone benefits when investments in technology are made and that China's tech transformation is only natural.
Tan Juay Hiang, CEO of Ascendas Hospitality Trust, says the company targets business hotels and travelers rather than the leisure space Airbnb operates in.
Mikio Kumada of LGT Capital Partners talks about his existing allocations are unlikely to change much.
William Cohen, former U.S. defense secretary, says President Trump faces a steep learning curve but has made good choices for his national security team.
William Cohen, former U.S. defense secretary, says Kim Jong-un remains set on developing nuclear missiles.
Donald Guloien, CEO of Manulife, says he is confident about the Chinese economy and prospects for growth in the insurance sector.