Nicholas Holt at Knight Frank talks about the property rental market in Asia and how U.S. policies might impact it.
Eoghan Murphy, Ireland's minister of state for financial services, says Dublin could be an option for financial services firms currently based in London.
There might be tensions between regional powers but it won't be the end of the world, says Didier Duret at ABN AMRO Private Banking.
However, this could be threatened by political event risk, says Mary Nicola at Aviva Investors.
Raghuram Rajan at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business talks about the prospects of a trade war and central bank independence.
Raghuram Rajan at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business weighs in on the effect of Trump's proposed policies on the world.
Compliance in the oil production cut has been good but this might not last in the longer term, says Wayne Gordon at UBS.
Trump's policies that disrupt the global division of labor is negative for global growth, says Christoph Rieger at Commerzbank.
It will be difficult to find legal ground that connect Samsung to the Choi Soon-sil scandal, says Daniel Yoo at Kiwoom Securities.
Paras Anand at Fidelity International weighs in on the outlook for the British pound and euro.
Scott Wolle at Invesco Global Asset Allocation explains how he's hedging against uncertainty in the markets.
Paul Gambles at MBMG Group explains why he favors U.S. Treasurys instead of equities.
Kiatchai Sophastienphong, vice minister for finance of Thailand, discusses potential fallout from Trump policies.
Simon Kirby, economic secretary to the Treasury in the UK, talks about the impact of Brexit on the financial services sector in London.
Edmund Koh, head of wealth management APAC at UBS, talks about global market conditions for the year ahead.
Ray Attrill at National Australia Bank says that the pound could go a fair few percent below $1.20 in the months ahead.
Tony Nash at Complete Intelligence weighs in on the trade relationship between the U.S. and China.
Pierre Hoebrechts at Arowana AM says that there is uncertainty as Asian markets, such as Indonesia, can be sensitive to changes in liquidity.
Pay attention to guidance from U.S. banks reporting tomorrow, says Paul Miller at FBR Capital Markets.
Anti-globalization sentiments are a of great concern to China, says Shen Jianguang at Mizuho Securities Asia.