While it might not be calamitous, investors will probably have to get used to growth levels that aren't supported by debt, says Joe Magyer, Lakehouse Capital.
Tony Boyadjian from Compass Global Markets says the worsening debt outlook in China will have an impact on major currencies.
Robert Luna, CEO and CIO of Surevest Capital Managest, analyzes the movements in the U.S. markets.
Marie Diron from Moody's Investors Service talks about the outlook of China after the country's rating got downgraded.
Marie Diron from Moody's Investors Service explains the factors behind China's downgrade from Aa3 to A1.
Mongolian's Mining Minister said nearly 21 percent of the country will soon be opened up for mining exploration in an attempt to shore up its finances.
Tony Seba, RethinkX, says the growth in "transport as a service" will soon reduce the economic viability of individual vehicle ownership.
Catriona Wallace, Flamingo Customer Experience, describes how AI, such as cognitive virtual assistants, can guide people buying insurance.
Demis Hassabis, CEO of Google DeepMind, talks about building general purpose systems that learn from themselves instead of just being told what to do.
Trip Chowdhry, Global Equities Research, says new Ford Motor CEO James Hackett does not know what it would entail to build an autonomous car-driven company.
Kelvin Tay, UBS WM, says inversion in the yield curve in China shouldn't be too concerning as economic growth has been expected to slow for some time now.
Daniel Benaim, Center for American Progress, says Donald Trump is keen to set himself apart from former President Barack Obama.
Mirza Baig, BNP Paribas, says political uncertainty is weighing on the U.S. dollar.
Wall Street might be down in the open but it continues to grind upwards, says Hilary Kramer, A&G Capital Research.
Andy Bounds, North of England correspondent for the Financial Times, says no formal confirmation of the identity of the perpetrator has been given.
Sophia Yan talks to Dave Silver, lead programmer of AlphaGo, about how AlphaGo works and the applications of artificial intelligence in the future.
There's a shortage of copper supply coming up, says Andrew Stewart, Xanadu Mines,
Iran was the key issue during Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia, says Charles Lipson, professor at University of Chicago.
Frank Poullas, Magnis Resources, says the factory will play a part in contributing to the city's renewable energy ambitions.
Jason Low, DBS Private Bank, says investors should look at skew rather than volatility as an indicator of complacency in the markets.