Lendlease's Tony Lombardo talks about how the company's portfolio is always developed with sustainability in mind.
The messaging app's slow user growth and Asia-focused strategy make it vulnerable to global competition, says Serkan Toto, CEO of Kantan Games.
Samsung's lower profits were expected due to its Note S7 troubles but its display and DRAM units improved, says Kiwoom Securities' Daniel Dongwon Yoo.
Hit hard by multiple setbacks in the summer, Q3 profitability has been a hurdle that Tesla has crossed, says Michael Dunne, president of Dunne Automotive.
Earnings have been a mixed bag, with growth coming most strongly from domestically driven markets in Asia, says REYL Singapore's Daryl Liew.
Ahead of a calendar of risk events, having a long position on the dollar against Asian currencies is a rational play, Macquarie's Nizam Idris.
Cherie Blair talks about her organization is using mobile technology and business to empower women.
Duterte wants an independent policy but he also realizes the importance of the Philippines' alliance with the U.S., says IHS Markit's Alison Evans.
Markets have been so focused on the macro picture that they've missed how positive earnings growth have been, says Point View WM's John Petrides.
Flows might favor passive strategies but an over-reliance on the strategy could result in complacency, says Sungarden Investment Research's Robert Isbitts.
A push for a unified currency system could come within 4 to 5 months, says Hossein Yaghoobi Myab at the Iran Central Bank.
While annual inflation remains below 2 percent, it is unlikely that the RBA will cut rates further this year, says Joe Magyer, CIO at Lakehouse Capital.
It will be difficult to drive the pound lower past a certain level as the exchange rate will affect inflation, says UBS WM's Tan Teck Leng.
Earnings momentum and a reduced dependence on commodities make EMs an attractive proposition, says Templeton Emerging Markets Group's Stephen Dover.
Despite a slowdown in iPhone sales, Samsung's Note 7 woes have resulted in greater optimism around Apple, says Synchronoss Technologies' Daniel Ives.
Tepid volumes and deck shuffling ahead of the U.S. election suggest a degree of complacency, says TD Ameritrade's JJ Kinahan.
Japan's largest IPO this year, Kyushu Railway, turned out to be just the ticket for yield-starved investors, taking the fast track higher on Tuesday.
Masakazu Toyoda, CEO of The Institute of Energy Economics, talks about managing the cost of renewable energy in Japan and the issue of nuclear safety.
Kyushu Railway's strong balance sheet and 3 percent dividend make it a solid investment, says Jesper Koll, CEO at WisdomTree Japan KK.
Lower interest rates for longer mean that the global equities continue to offer investors opportunities, says David Sokulsky, CIO at Crestone Wealth.
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