Indonesia has the largest and fastest-growing internet economy in Southeast Asia, and is predicted to grow to $100 billion by 2025 and account for $4 of every $10 spent in the region, according to a Google-Temasek report.
Paul Gruenwald of S&P Global Ratings says he's watching the upcoming meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G-20 summit in Argentina.
Prime Minister Theresa May has upset people from all sides, including the so-called "Remainers" who feel that the U.K. is still in the European Union but without a seat on the board, according to John Browne, a former advisor to Margaret Thatcher.
Jesper Koll of WisdomTree says return on equity and corporate governance have "absolutely" improved in Japan.
There "hasn't been any sign" of China or the U.S. being willing to make "compromises" on the trade issue, says Philipp Ivanov of Asia Society Australia.
Marc Chandler of Bannockburn Global Forex says there's a danger that the British pound will end up in a "free fall" because of the uncertainty around Brexit and volatility in the market.
A cyberattack could look very different and very physical in the future, says Hugh Thompson of Symantec.
Marc Franklin of Conning Asia Pacific says cash seems to be the "cleanest way" to hedge risk exposure at the moment.
Dana Telsey of Telsey Advisory Group discusses the U.S. retail market this holiday season. She also weighs in on big box retailer's international strategies.
Rob Scott of Wesfarmers says the company will be "opportunistic and discerning" about any acquisitions that it makes.
Lanier Saperstein of Dorsey & Whitney says Chinese companies still get a "fair shake" under the new Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States program.
It's difficult for companies to make capital allocation decisions because they don't know where the U.K. is going to stand, says Timothy Lesko of Granite Investment Advisors.
Heather Conley of the Center for Strategic and International Studies says a second referendum in the U.K. may not provide the clarity that people want because Britain is still "deeply divided," just as they were in 2016.
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership's member countries don't have enough "political will" to achieve a level of detail that will make the agreement "deeper" and "more substantial," says Alex Capri of the National University of Singapore.
Leo Sun of The Motley Fool says Tencent is "doing better" than other Chinese gaming companies, and will see accelerated growth next year if Beijing's restrictions on online video games are lifted.
Steve Englander of Standard Chartered Bank says, given the alternatives, it's "quite possible" that the U.K. parliament will approve the proposed Brexit deal.
Jeff Mower of S&P Global Platts says the oil market could continue to be supported, in part due to the fact that Iranian production is expected to decline.
Aaron Topol of EY says the probability of the U.S. implementing more tax cuts has "gone down significantly" now that the Democrats have taken the House.
Stefan Scheurer of Allianz Global Investors says the U.K. Cabinet's approval of the Brexit draft deal is the "first step" in the "right direction."
Rob Arnott of Research Affiliates discusses the risks of active investing versus passive investing in today's market.