Moody’s raised the outlook for Singapore banks to stable from negative on Wednesday, citing stabilizing commodity prices and improving growth conditions.
The government's priority will be to introduce smooth implementation of the new goods and services tax, and ensure compliance, says Radhika Rao, DBS Bank.
Johan Jooste, Bank of Singapore, says the PMI data out of China aren't driving markets as investors focus on policies and leverage in the economy.
Major challenges European companies operating in China face are related to regulations and market access, says Mats Harborn, president of the EUCCC.
China reported PMI data on manufacturing and services for May with both readings higher than expected.
The negative credit cycle for Singapore banks has peaked, which is a positive for the banks going forward, says Eugene Tarzimanov, Moody's Investors Service.
Bilateral trade and the South China Sea could feature prominently on Trump's discussions with the Vietnamese PM, says Rodger Baker of Stratfor
Toby Lawson, Societe Generale, weighs in on the state of global markets and whether or not China continues to pose a risk.
Ray Wang, Constellation Research, talks about how Amazon is going beyond online retail and cloud computing, and leveraging artificial intelligence.
There's easier money to be made outside of the U.S. as political risks recede and fundamentals improve, says Mark Eibel, Russell Investments.
Ishan Dutt, Canalys, talks about enterprise demand driving the PC market and competition in the gaming sector.
Irene Goh, Aberdeen Asset Management, says a genuinely diversified portfolio goes beyond just traditional diversification with bonds and equities.
There could be an oversupply in some areas, but there's unlikely to be a big downward pressure on property prices, says Angie Zigomanis, Bis Oxford Economics.
Brexit negotiations will have a more significant impact on the pound if there are no major election shocks, says Manpreet Gill, Standard Chartered Private Bank.
Manpreet Gill, Standard Chartered Private Bank, weighs in on what could be a catalyst for moves in the euro and the dollar going forward.
Anil Gupta, professor at the University of Maryland, weighs in on Indian PM Narendra Modi's foreign policy as he visits Europe this week.
Markets are either ignoring or lacking the ability to price in North Korea risk, says Callum Henderson, Eurasia Group.
Takuji Okubo at Japan Macro Advisors says it will take time for wages to improve as Japan's economy recovers.
Signs that the labor market in Japan is finally tightening point to "some degree" of inflation ahead, says Callum Henderson, Eurasia Group.
Asian markets were flat in early Tuesday trade.