Karl Brauer, Kelley Blue Book, says Toyota has as strong product lineup but automakers are facing turbulence when it comes to investing in new tech.
In Channy, ACLEDA Bank, talks about the Cambodian economy's move from being largely cash-based to the adoption of credit and digital-based finance.
Asian markets have gained 10 to 12 percent since last November but headwinds are on the horizon due to the Fed, says Vasu Menon, OCBC Bank.
Lawrence Ho, Melco Resorts & Entertainment, says the company will focus on the potential of the Japanese markets.
Janice Lee, MD of PCCW Media Group, talks about how the content provider provides Asia-centric video OTT content to viewers online.
Asian markets opened mixed on Thursday, with the Kospi and Nikkei in the green but the ASX effectively flat.
Mark Jolley, CCB International Securities, talks about fund flows leaving the U.S. markets for emerging markets.
Jonathan Lieber, Eurasia Group, says President Trump might have had solid reasons to dismiss Comey but the manner of the firing was an error.
Eric Kim, Goodwater Capital, weighs in on the competition between Facebook and Snap for millennial users.
Potential for infrastructure development and demographics make emerging markets in Asia attractive, says Jim McDonald, Northern Trust.
John Rice, vice chairman of GE, tells CNBC about the growth potential in Southeast Asia and trade flows in the region.
Jim McDonald, Northern Trust, says markets will eventually get health care and tax reform but investors have gotten used to delays.
Australia’s long-suffering wanna-be homebuyers were likely to be disappointed by the budget's housing affordability measures, analysts said.
From a new tax on Australian banks to a hike in the Medicare levy, Australia's budget is all about a reset. Matthew Taylor reports.
Hanre Rossouw, Investec Asset Management, says opportunity lies in consumption-based commodities, such as aluminium.
Australia's finance minister, Mathias Cormann, says the A$1.5 billion levy a year on banks to contribute to the budget repair is fair and proportionate.
Measures introduced in the budget to address housing supply will unlikely have much of an impact, says John Flavell, CEO of Mortgage Choice.
Hank Morris of Argentarius Group says since Moon does not have a majority in the parliament, he needs to cooperate with opposition parties to pass reforms.
Medha Samant, Fidelity International, says the reduction in political uncertainty could result in a short-term positive reaction for South Korean markets.
Rob Enderle, Enderle Group, says Disney shares could experience a sharp decline after 2020.