Stephen Gallagher, managing director and chief U.S. economist, Societe Generale, says he believes the market wants Janet Yellen to stay as Fed chair.
Outside investment in China's Sina highlights the "tremendous" potential value, says Ryan Roberts, senior research analyst, MCM Partners
With property sales in Hong Kong likely to slow, investors should turn to blue chip stocks, says Kevin Leung of Haitong International Securities Group.
The consumption recovery remains slow given relatively low wage growth, but Japan is a long-term value proposition, says Frank Benzimra of Societe Generale.
It would be hard to imagine the implementation of Aung San Suu Kyi's remarks about allowing Rohingya back into Myanmar, says Evan Rees at Stratfor.
Reports show that Toshiba now favors Western Digital in the sale of its chip unit. Rob Enderle of Enderle Group says a deal with WDC could be better for Toshiba.
Thomas Hubbard, chairman, The Korea Society, says that President Trump's remarks at the UN showed urgency over Korean Peninsula tensions in a "colorful way of speaking."
Tim Seymour, managing partner, Triogem Asset Management, says markets are positioned for complacency.
Lior Dayan, CEO of Sisram Medical, says choosing Hong Kong was a natural choice for the company given its presence in China and explains how IPO funds will be used.
Geoffrey See, founder of Choson Exchange, talks about how his social enterprise teaches North Koreans entrepreneurship and business skills.
While there has been rhetoric in China about opening up, European companies are still waiting for action to be taken, says Mats Harborn, president of the EU Chamber of Commerce in China.
Julian Hosp, co-founder and president, TenX, says it's up to ICOs to go the extra mile on transparency.
Ian Davis, chairman, Rolls-Royce, says the company's supply chain is deep into continental Europe with Airbus its biggest customer.
Bryan Goh, CIO, Bordier & Cie, says there is an academic argument to suggest rising interest rates could spark inflation even as quantitative easing has failed to do so.
Leigh Curyer, CEO, NexGen Energy, says China is all-in on nuclear energy to fuel its plans for electric cars and reduce the country's carbon footprint.
Reading the Fed gets harder with Janet Yellen's term expiring without clarity on a re-appointment or replacement, says Talley Leger, equity strategist, Oppenheimer Funds.
Fu Chengyu , former chairman, Sinopec, said he expects the 19th party Congress in China will give investors more clarity on China's views supporting global trade.
Nobuyuki Hirano, group CEO of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, outlines how Japanese corporates have made historically high levels of operating income in the first quarter of the year.
Japan has gotten used to long-lasting peace, but peace doesn't always last, says Nobuyuki Hirano, group CEO of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group.
Ian Rhodes, CEO of McLaren Applied Technologies, talks about how around 10 terabytes of data flows through the system during a 1-1/2 hour Formula One race.