Broadcom, Cirrus Logic and Western Digital are stocks that would benefit on Apple's earnings, says Brad Gastwirth, CEO at ABR Investment Strategy.
The blocking of the CETA calls into question the negotiation ability of the EU, says Jeremy Kinsman, distinguished visiting diplomat at Ryerson University.
Visa delivered strong results but is cautious ahead of slowing global growth and political uncertainty, says The Motley Fool's Asit Sharma.
Most Japanese equities have not been driven by fundamentals but by the strength in the Japanese yen, says StanChart WM's Manpreet Gill.
New Zealand might not be a superpower but is a leader in the field of renewable energy, says NZ's Energy and Resources Minister Simon Bridges.
Markets have been experiencing shocks, such as Brexit, but trading patterns in the past six months have been relatively dull, says Seth Merrin, CEO at Liquidnet.
The economy, an anti-corruption drive and foreign policy will be topics of discussion, says Ja Ian Chong, professor at the National University of Singapore.
Large deals tend to get politicized and regulatory approval will be difficult to win, says Wunderlich Securities' Matthew Harrigan.
Luis von Ahn, CEO of Duolingo, talks about how his company uses chatbots to help users overcome linguistic barriers and learn new languages.
U.S. shale producers will proceed with caution and grow at a sustained pace, says Energy Aspects' Virendra Chauhan.
Microsoft's cloud business is growing well while gross margins have increased, says RBC Capital Market's Ross Macmillan.
Global economic growth might have picked up but equity markets are a little too high for comfort, says Norman Villamin, CIO at UBP.
Tesla doesn't just want to be a luxury electric vehicle company, it wants to be a leader in autonomous driving, says James Chao, MD at IHS Markit.
OPEC is good at creating expectations. Whether it meets those expectations is a different story, says Johannes Benigni, chairman of JBC Energy Group.
Trump might be hurt by his continued comments about how the political system is rigged, says James Holmes, professor at the U.S. Naval War College.
China's rebalancing to a consumption-led model will benefit consumer-oriented stocks in China and Australia, says StanChart's Clive McDonnell.
Cummins, Deere and WEC Energy are three stocks set to benefit from election pledges to increase infrastructure spending, says ContrarianOutlook.com's Brett Owens.
Economic activity in China was overall encouraging and should support the AUD as commodity prices recover, says Commonwealth Bank's Elias Haddad.
The housing market is significant to the overall Chinese economy, making a "wait and see" approach to intervention more likely, says Barclays' Jian Chang.
SG Securities' Xavier Denis says that he remains cautious as China's growth has been fueled by a credit surge.
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