The outcome from OPEC's Vienna meeting was already priced in, hence the market had a relatively softer reaction, says Reza Amanat of Argus Media.
But it could also mean the level of overall risk may be missing at this particular juncture of the cycle, according to Leon Goldfeld of JPMorgan AM.
Michael Fuchs from the Center for American Progress says there are very few instances where back channel communication between governments are necessary.
Fair value of Cable is $1.60 and current trading levels present an opportunity to take on some exposure, says Dominic Schnider of UBS Wealth Management.
Guy Miller of Zurich Insurance says Trump has likely realized it could leave the U.S. open to retaliatory traffics and hinder the benefits of trade.
An analyst says shares of AirAsia could potentially rise by another 19 percent, even as it reported a 30 percent fall in first quarter net profit.
Sim S. Lim, DBS Singapore, talks about the bank's partnerships with Lululemon and Potatohead as part of its millennial strategy.
In light of Moody's downgrade, Andrew Fennell of Fitch Ratings says domestic debt in China could increase, but steps are being taken to contain risks.
The fall in oil prices is a blip caused by markets taking profit on OPEC's decision to extend output cuts, says Bryan Goh, Bordier & Cie.
Matteo Andreetto, global CEO of STOXX, talks about how investors shifting from active to passive investing are also turning to different indexes.
Adrian Mowat, J.P. Morgan, says the performance of consumer-driven Chinese tech stocks has been encouraging.
Tony Fernandes, group CEO of AirAsia, addresses the airline's plans for capital growth, divestments and special dividends.
The airline's performance in laggard markets, like the Philippines and Indonesia, is now picking up, says Tony Fernandes, group CEO of AirAsia.
OPEC's output cut extension should result in Brent averaging $55 a barrel due to a drawdown in inventories, says Sushant Gupta, Wood Mackenzie.
Nicholas Burns, professor at the Harvard Kennedy School, says Trump miscalculated by bringing up NATO defense spending during the commemoration ceremony.
China is raising its interest rates but the economy might not be able to handle it, says Jeffrey Kleintop, Charles Schwab.
Barnabas Gan, OCBC, says oil markets have priced in a nine-month extension of the OPEC-led output cuts, but deeper cuts could prevail.
Peggy Fucci, OneWorld Properties, says capital controls have not completely stopped Chinese investors from investing in U.S. real estate.
Robert Medd, Bucephalus Research, says Lenovo's PC business might be good but its smartphone business is "rubbish."
Frederic Samama of Amundi says investors are screening their portfolios for risks associated with climate change.