Peter Boardman, NWQ Investment Management Company, says there could be a greater supply of Sharp shares than demand should the company relist on the TSE1.
Brett McGonegal, Capital Link International, weighs in on deleveraging in the Chinese economy and the actions of the PBOC.
Alicia Garcia-Herrero, Natixis, says she believes Brazil requires a bailout, given the level of public debt and interest rates.
Alicia Garcia-Herrero, Natixis, says the political scandal Michel Temer is engulfed in makes it impossible for him to bring about pension reform.
Moves in the dollar have been influenced by political headlines, but economics should take center stage this week, says David Forrester, Credit Agricole.
It's easier for Southeast Asians to travel to the southern Philippines to link up with militants than to travel to Syria, says Zachary Abuza, National War College.
Risks in Asia are rising, but markets don't seem to notice, says Tony Nash, Complete Intelligence.
The world’s banks have become safer since the crisis, but economic risks have spread elsewhere, said former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan.
John Stensholt, the Australian Financial Review, talks about how some of the richest individuals in Australia are surprisingly from "old economy" businesses.
The synchronized global recovery has been a driver of the outperformance of Asian markets, says Daryl Liew, REYL Singapore.
It is better for the Fed to steadily increase interest rates to prevent the perception it is behind the curve, says former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan.
Former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan lays out the scenarios that lie ahead for China if it does or doesn't tighten credit growth going forward.
Omar Lamrani, Stratfor, says both the Trump administration and America's European allies are likely engaged in behind the scenes negotiation and bargaining.
With the more room for dollar weakness ahead, euro/dollar could hit $1.20 in twelve months, says Tan Teck Leng, UBS Wealth Management.
Jim Sarni, Payden & Rygel, says stock markets might be rallying but bond yields are telling a different story.
Annette Beacher, TD Securities, says the New Zealand budget is "terrific" but that one concern is the plan to reduce immigration ahead of the next election.
If OPEC decides to extend output cuts by at least nine months, oil prices could hit $60 a barrel, says Wayne Gordon, UBS.
The June rate hike might be a done deal by now but the Fed's balance sheet reduction is needs to be watched, says Omar Slim, PineBridge Investments.
Alan Bannister, S&P Global Platts, says a "super bull run" in the energy markets could be possible given current depletion rates and reduction in capex.
The duration of the OPEC-led output cuts are expected to be extended, but deeper cuts are unlikely, says Alan Bannister, S&P Global Platts.