Paul Chapman, co-founder of Moneytree, explains how the start-up helps individuals and businesses to aggregate their financial data in a single place.
Faraz Syed at Moody's Analytics expects consumption, and exports, to buttress the economic growth in India.
Venezuela's political instability could affect production levels and lead to a global supply disruption, says Andy Lipow of Lipow Oil Associates.
Jacob Kirkegaard of the Peterson Institute for International Economics explains why Macron is expected to be tough on Vladimir Putin and Russia.
The hard part for markets will be to digest election results, changes in governments and implications on policies, says Kumar Palghat of Kapstream Capital.
King Lip of Baker Avenue Asset Management says U.S. jobs numbers and ISM data due are expected to be good, but the market could get choppy in the summer.
Bradley Gastwirth of ABR Investment Strategy says Apple needs to do better in Asia and Singapore is an important market.
The major banks have been beneficiaries of a housing market boom in Australia, which appears to be cooling now, says Jonathan Pain of the Pain Report.
Trump is trying to pre-empt investigations into his campaign's Russia ties, says Andra Gillespie of Emory University.
This is because the economy remains firm and interest rates have not risen as quickly as expected, says Kingsley Jones at Jevons Global.
Jonathan Pain, author of the Pain Report, says the world was looking to China to manage and contain the risks coming from the reclusive regime.
An analyst says shares of AirAsia could potentially rise by another 19 percent, even as it reported a 30 percent fall in first quarter net profit.
Ramesh Jayaraman, HARMAN Professional Solutions, talks about how the company uses an app to connect and control sound equipment for live performances.
AirAsia's results were the best among the listed-carriers in Asia and there's further upside in its stock, says Ahmad Maghfur Usman, Nomura.
Launched in 2010, China's fastest growing car brand is looking to start selling in the U.S. market in 2019. Eunice Yoon reports.
John Silvia, Wells Fargo Securities, cites productivity and labor force growth as factors that will result in growth coming in below 3 percent in the U.S.
Wong Wai Ming, CFO of Lenovo, says the entrance of new competitors in the PC industry reflects how opportunities continue to exist in the sector.
The fall of the Soviet Union should have led to the demise of the NATO alliance, says Tom Sauer, University of Antwerp.
Keith Fitz-Gerald, Moneymorning.com, says oil prices are unlikely to go above $60, and makes the case for energy stocks.
Otso Iho, IHS Markit, says measures like monitoring suspect individuals will be key for authorities in order to prevent future terror attacks from taking place.