India's growing tension with Pakistan is expected to be only a temporary dent in investor sentiment, barring an escalation.
Expect every industry to see a cycle of disruption, collapse and eventual transformation, says Frost & Sullivan Chairman David Frigstad.
India is trying to signal to Pakistan that attacks or incursions will not be tolerated, says BNP Paribas' Richard Iley.
FGE Chairman Fereidun Fesharaki explains that OPEC could not afford to come up with no agreement.
Bordier & Cie's Bryan Goh warns that Deutsche Bank's troubles might affect its CoCo bond coupons payments and lock it out of the CoCo bond market.
BMW's Ian Robertson says the upcoming iNEXT model will not only have electric mobility but will include advanced technologies such as autonomous driving.
UBS AM's Hayden Briscoe says there are opportunities in asset-backed or commercial mortgage-backed securities and in China's high-yield bonds.
Oil prices will slide back down to $45 a barrel levels if OPEC does not ratify its production cut deal in November, says Credit Suisse's David Hewitt.
The possibility of OPEC collaborating with non-OPEC members to cut output could push oil prices up, says Standard Chartered's Clive McDonnell.
The return and risk characteristics of listed real estate are exactly the same as real estate assets, says AMP capital's Charles Wong.
Daiwa Capital Markets' Leon Qi explains how Postal Savings Bank of China's net interest margins are actually much lower than its competitors.
Vietnam's new government is pushing for a privatization program and raising the foreign ownership limits for Vinamilk, says CIMB's Michael Kokalari.
Nike is consistently innovating because it has always had rivals on its heels, says Reality Shares' Eric Ervin.
Capital Link Intl's Brett McGonegal says the overall Chinese banking sector is under pressure and there are no upside catalysts in the near term.
University of Sydney's Tom Switzer warns against underestimating Donald Trump who performed better than most had expected in the first debate.
OPEC does not want to give the markets any negative signals but Saudi Arabia-Iran consensus remain a key issue, says Energy Aspects' Virendra Chauhan.
The attention has been shifted to other global risks such as the U.S. elections and Brexit, explains Vanda Research's Jason Ambrose.
S&P Global Platts's Sarah Cottle outlines the various steps in the process of OPEC members actually formalizing a output freeze agreement.
Maybank's Saktiandi Supaat says there are still opportunities to buy the dips on the dollar ahead of an expected Fed rate hike in December.
India has been one of the biggest beneficiaries of lower oil prices while Malaysia has been hit the hardest, says Henderson Global Investors' Sat Duhra.
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