Tesla Q2 deliveries might have fallen short, but the number of pre-orders for the Model 3 is optimistic, says Jamie Albertine of Consumer Edge Research.
Saudi Arabia and its allies have extended the deadline given to Qatar to comply with demands over a diplomatic freeze. Emily Hawthorne at Stratfor weighs in.
There's been a shift in interest towards Asian markets due to valuation discounts relative to developed markets, says Medha Samant of Fidelity International.
At the time of the last election, the American middle class had been poorer than they had been in many years, says former Australian PM John Howard.
John Howard, former PM of Australia, says it's good that U.S. President Trump has stopped repeating his earlier pledge to impose tariffs on Chinese exports.
Former PM of Australia John Howard talks about how structural reforms and a balanced budget were reasons the economy avoided the worst of the crisis in 1997.
Viktor Shvets of Macquarie Securities Group says preparing for 1997 in 2017 is not going to prevent future problems in emerging markets.
Asian markets opened higher on Tuesday, with the Nikkei 225 trading higher by 0.7 percent and leading gains in early trade.
Twenty years after the Asian Financial Crisis, China is presenting fresh risks for the region, experts told CNBC on Monday.
It prepared Southeast Asian countries to survive the global financial crisis very well, says Kishore Mahbubani from the National University of Singapore.
Mark Jolley from CCB International Securities says developed markets are too expensive, while growth sentiment in emerging markets could improve.
Freddie Covington at Visa Asia Pacific says TV allows companies to reach out to masses in a particular area.
R Shankar Raman, CFO at Larsen & Toubro, explains most countries that have implemented GST have taken a dip in growth prospects for 2-4 quarters.
Paul Gruenwald from S&P Global says China learned its lessons about very fast and premature capital account opening, and it's erring on the side of caution.
Mark Matthews, head of research for Asia at Bank Julius Baer, explains why a relatively weaker dollar will be a tailwind for emerging markets.
Kathy Matsui, MD at Goldman Sachs Japan, attributes positive sentiment among big manufacturers in Japan to record corporate profits in recent months.
Whether the dollar will stage a comeback depends on whether economic data delivers anything positive, says Ray Attrill at National Australia Bank.
Japan's Tankan report showed the Big Manufacturers Index for June came in higher than expected at +17, beating forecasts.
Experts weight on the short-term challenges and uncertainties around the multiple tax brackets in India's GST rollout.
China opening up its fixed income market to foreign investors will eventually unleash “massive” demand, HKEx CEO Charles Li said on Friday.