Trump might be anti-globalization but his proposed tax policies reflect pro-business sentiments, says J.P. Morgan AM's Stephanie Flanders.
King Lip, CIO at Baker Avenue AM, talks about why Pfizer, Northrop Grumman, Vulcan Materials and JP Morgan stocks look attractive.
A Trump presidency might not affect emerging markets as EMs don't rely on just exports to developed markets for growth, says East Capital's Karine Hirn.
A "full out trade war" will probably not occur as Trump will attempt a more gradual approach, says James Crabtree, senior visiting fellow at NUS.
Henderson Global Investors' Andrew Gillan talks about how Asian companies are now competing on innovation rather than just low costs.
Toyota is expected to underperform in terms of sales volumes in the U.S. and Asian markets, says J.D. Power and Associates' Mohit Arora.
Paddy Cosgrave, CEO and founder of Web Summit, talks about the event's move to Portugal from Ireland and the impact of the U.S. election on the world.
Christophe Weber, CEO of Takeda Pharmaceuticals, talks about drug pricing and Takeda's acquisition plans in the gastroenterology, oncology and CNS spaces.
Asian credit derivatives, the Japanese yen and Asian government bonds are safe haven assets investors should look to, says UBS AM's Hayden Briscoe.
NUS Business School's Alex Capri compares the two candidates' stances on global trade and says that the TPP is still alive.
Trump's proposed anti-China sentiments will result in a sell-off in Asia but this might provide buying opportunities, says OCBC Bank's Vasu Menon.
People might lie in polls but they don't lie to their bookies, notes Paddy Power of leading Irish bookmaker Paddy Power.
In return for an FTA, India wants the U.K. to implement a liberal visa policy for Indian professionals, says William Gould from the University of Leeds.
The currency has weakened as Trump rose in the polls, while it's strengthened on hopes for a Clinton win, noted ANZ Research's Khoon Goh.
Reforms are slow in Brazil but they're picking up in China as authorities become more market-friendly, notes BMI Research's Cedric Chehab.
U.S. stocks will bounce if Clinton wins, while safe-haven assets like gold will rally if we see a Trump victory, says BMI Research's Cedric Chehab.
Going forward, market players are expecting positive news from the bank, such as a share repurchase scheme, says Partners Capital International's Ronald Wan.
The Livescape Group's Muhammad Iqbal talks about the allure of the "It's the Ship" festival for millennials and electronic dance music (EDM) fans.
Argus Media's Azlin Ahmad says Hillary Clinton's policies promote tighter regulations in the oil sector, which would be a negative for the industry.
After Article 50 is triggered, the U.K. should not cherry-pick and neither should the EU penalize the U.K. for exiting, says Deutsche Bundesbank's Andreas Dombret.
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