Japanese firms are adjusting their exchange rate assumptions of a stronger yen to cushion the FX impact, says WisdomTree Japan KK's Jesper Koll.
The U.S. economy is still performing healthily, in contrast with the rest of the world, says Villere Balanced Fund's George Young.
China is concerned about The Hague's ruling on South China Sea issues but will be on its best behavior ahead of the G20 summit, says CSIS' Bonnie Glaser.
Hong Kong stocks such as HSBC and Chinese banks might not be able to sustain its high dividend yields, says CMB International Securities' Daniel So.
It might be a good entry point for investors into Asian equity markets which have good growth outlooks, says Noah Holdings HK's William Ma.
Foodpanda CEO Ralf Wenzel says food delivery presents a $50 billion market opportunity as only 1 to 2 percent of the food delivery market is online.
A flexible currency allows the U.K. to adjust to the downturn in sentiment via its currency, says UBP's Mark McFarland.
Napier Investment Advisors' Ron Napier expects three consecutive quarters of economic contraction in the U.S. from 2015 Q3 to 2016 Q1.
New South Wales' Transport Minister Andrew Constance says the close elections highlight the need for governments to have stronger agendas.
Asian markets opened in the red on Wednesday, after Wall Street ended its trading session lower.
Unless there are signs of U.K.-EU talks souring, sterling will likely remain at current levels, says BNP Paribas Investment Partners' Daniel Morris.
If Leadsom passes the final ballet, she would appeal to Conservatives who were strongly in favor of the Brexit, says University of Warwick's Mike Finn.
Fundstrat Global Advisors' Thomas Lee says since 1950, there hasn't been an external recession that significantly impacted the U.S.
It is crucial that the U.K. and the EU come to a good arrangement so that the Brexit impact is minimized, says AIIB President Jin Liqun.
The RBA might not necessarily signal an easing bias in its July's statement in order to cut rates in August, says Nomura Australia's Andrew Ticehurst.
AIIB President Jin Liqun says the bank will have close to 90 members by next year and it welcomes Hong Kong's application to become a member.
CBRC's Andrew Sheng says he is confident that global markets will be able to withstand any potential Brexit-related liquidity shocks.
JPMorgan's James Sullivan says falling global bond yields and expectations of the Fed to delay hiking sets the stage for continued EM outperformance.
There's clear strength in China's services PMI relative to its manufacturing PMI as it makes its economic transition, says JPMorgan's James Sullivan.
Hong Kong's IPO activity will continue its strong trend, with a focus on listings in the financial services in H2, says PwC Hong Kong's Eddie Wong.