Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary conceded the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal faces an uphill battle without the United States.
Oil prices are edging up in Asia on Monday after OPEC said it was near its target of cutting 1.8 million barrels of crude oil a day.
Astrology suggests that the Lunar New Year will bring about more competition and technological developments, says Joey Yap at Joey Yap Consulting Group.
The markets aren't factoring in the backlash from Mexico or China that import tariffs might cause, says Alex Capri, National University of Singapore.
The resurgence in U.S. shale threatens OPEC's plans to keep oil prices within a band, says Vandana Hari, founder of Vanda Insights.
Yoshihide Suga, chief cabinet secretary of Japan, talks about freedom of navigation in the South China Sea and the threat of North Korean missile tests.
Todd Eberly, professor at St. Mary's College, says Trump's contradictions might have won him the election but it might not be enough for the next 4 years.
Yoshihide Suga, chief cabinet secretary of Japan, talks about economic and defense ties between Japan and the U.S. under Trump's presidency.
Channing Smith, managing principal at Jackson Hole Capital Partners, weighs in on where the Asian and U.S. markets might be headed.
China's gross domestic product (GDP) grew 6.8 percent on-year in the fourth quarter, slightly beating expectations.
Liz Wessel, CEO at WayUp, talks about how her platform streamlines the job search process for early career professionals.
Li Wei, China economist at CBA, says that the Chinese economy is on firmer footing.
Jim Rickard, Strategic Intelligence, weighs in on the ECB's next move under Draghi and Eurozone inflation.
Kirk Hanson, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University, talks about the potential of conflicts of interest for the Trump presidency.
CNBC's Akiko Fujita reports on how trade and security are the top concerns for America's closest allies.
JB Mackenzie, TD Ameritrade, talks about the U.S. markets pre-inauguration and where they might be headed.
Central banks in Malaysia and Indonesia were expected to keep interest rates steady on Thursday, constrained by fears of currency outflows.
However, U.S. equities also happen to be the only game in town, says Gabriel Stein, 4CAST-RGE.
Oliver Salmon, senior economist at Oxford Economics, says that the Malaysian central bank will be cautious this year.
Tuna Amobi, CFRA Research, says that the premium for Netflix shares is justified.