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The auto industry fears that new tariffs, on top of those already enacted on Chinese-made vehicles and imported aluminum and steel, could have a major negative impact on the American new car market.
Suresh Tantia, an investment strategist at Credit Suisse, says "prices have moved far ahead of fundamentals" in the Asian markets.
Citi polled 64 of their clients and found that more than half have plans to adjust their supply chains, including shifting manufacturing sites or investing in new ones to circumvent further tariffs.
The U.K. was thrust into political turmoil on Thursday following a spate of resignations from Prime Minister Theresa May's government, including Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab.
Hong Kong's housing prices could slump up to 25 percent next year if the trade war between the United States and China worsens and local stocks slide further, according to real-estate and investment management company JLL.
The U.S. president's absence at the ASEAN meeting may signal to regional allies that Washington is not "as committed to Asia" as they would like, said Alex Capri, visiting senior fellow at the National University of Singapore.
British Prime Minister Theresa May managed to persuade her cabinet to back her draft Brexit agreement, but markets are still watching to see if the deal will win parliament's approval.
In a speech in Singapore on Wednesday, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said central banks have a role supplying money to the digital economy.
Artificial intelligence will not be replacing people, but will make them "far more capable," according to Peter Schwartz of Salesforce.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the pace and push of using technology in the financial sector should serve to improve the lives of the world's most marginalized people.
The mainland China markets, which have been closely watched by investors because of the ongoing U.S.-China trade war, saw losses on the day with the Shanghai composite shedding 0.85 percent while the Shenzhen composite declined by 0.401 percent.
Europe's tech sector bounced back after dropping nearly 4 percent on Monday, as stocks recovered from a U.S. equities sell-off led by Apple.
An audio tape of Jamal Khashoggi's killing may not implicate Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, according to Donald Trump's National Security Advisor.
European companies are unlikely to continue business with Tehran even if their governments wish otherwise, the White House's National Security Advisor said on Tuesday.
China is committed to opening up its financial sector like it has indicated, but it will be on its own time, said Mike Wells, Prudential Group CEO on Tuesday.
The automated stall-prevention system found on Boeing 737 MAX 8 and MAX 9 models can push a plane's nose down "unexpectedly and so strongly" that pilots can't pull it back up even when flying manually, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Marcel Thieliant of Capital Economics says Japan's exports fell because of weaker growth in emerging Asia, and he expects the surge in imports to subside over the next few months.
Cliff Tan of MUFG says the Federal Reserve will "hit a pause" as the U.S. economy moderates in 2019.
Mikio Kumada of LGT Capital Partners says the "best solution" for the U.K. is to fully remain a member of the European Union.