Cumulative investment in China, which includes supply chains and employee consumption, is more significant than realized, says HKU's Michael Enright.
Cedar Street AM's Jonathan Brodsky talks about how there's been rotation in the markets based on which of Trump's statements will turn into policy.
Asian markets opened mixed on Tuesday, with Japanese and Korean markets in the green but the ASX down by 0.67 percent.
Among the pull factors to invest in Turkey are its young population and G20 membership, says The Abraaj Group's Selcuk Yorgancioglu.
The Atlantic Council's John Herbst says that Trump might have aired dangerous views about Russia and NATO but that he doesn't know what he will do for sure.
Jon Cohen, SVP at SurveyMonkey, says that the polling industry isn't broken, it just needs to retool itself around the internet.
Rising bond yields and potential tariffs on exports have Asian investors concerned, Goldman Sachs' chief Asia equity strategist tells CNBC.
Markets are rallying on the back of fiscal expectations but this suggests higher interest rates and bond yields, says Jonathan Pain, author of The Pain Report.
Probably not, says Richard Fontaine at the Center for a New American Security, because the new administration will transition Trump's campaign rhetoric into pragmatism.
Even if Donald Trump doesn't carry out his campaign rhetoric, market sentiment in Hong Kong is unlikely to improve, says Kingston Securities' Dickie Wong.
China A-shares offer some post-Trump refuge but assets that price-in fundamentals instead of macro are preferable, says Bryan Goh, CIO at Bordier & Cie.
The dollar was likely to continue rising after Trump's surprise presidential election win, as inflation was set for a comeback, analysts said.
Expectations of infrastructure spendin in the U.S. and demand from China has driven commodity prices, says Jonathan Barratt, CIO at Ayers Alliance Securities.
New Zealand Deputy PM Bill English explains how the authorities are supporting residents affected by the latest earthquake to hit the country.
Princeton University's Nolan McCarty says Trump's decision over Priebus and Bannon for chief of staff is one that will be played out over each key appointment.
Stef Blok, the Netherlands' housing minister, says that he's not worried about post-Brexit demand for property in continental Europe.
From the perspective of Asian markets, concerns focused on a rise in bond yields and potential tariffs, says Goldman Sachs' Timothy Moe.
Asian markets opened mixed on Monday, with the ASX and Kospi down but Japan's Nikkei in the green.
Japan Center for Economic Research' Jun Saito and J.P. Morgan AM's Tai Hui discuss Japan's lightly better-than-expected GDP reading.
National Australia Bank's Ray Attrill and J.P. Morgan AM's Tai Hui discuss why they think the Federal Reserve will increase interest rates in December.