With reduced risk premiums in Europe, investors can now focus on fundamentals and valuations, says Nicholas Wilcox, JPMorgan Asset Management.
CFTNI's Harry Kazianis warns that Kim Jong-un's next step would be to test an intercontinental-range ballistic missile that could hit the U.S.
National Australia Bank's Peter Jolly says "One Belt One Road" could be a potential boost to global growth and commodity prices.
Sinopec's Dai Liqi says the company is likely to increase its overseas investments under the "One Belt One Road" initiative. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
Oil prices traded largely flat supported by expectations of an extended OPEC-led production cut.
Allan Bollard, executive director of the APEC Secretariat, says APEC members will be keen to hear greater detail on U.S. trade policy.
Naveen Menon, Cisco, says there is great potential growth for the digital economy in ASEAN but cybersecurity infrastructure needs to be developed first.
Nadav Zafrir, co-founder and CEO of Team8, weighs in on Israel's expertise in cybersecurity and how cyber threats have changed over time.
Singapore, China and South Korea markets offer investment opportunities, says Virginie Maisonneuve, CIO of Eastspring Investments.
Robbert van Trooijen, CEO, APAC of Maersk Line, says there's a positive trend for the shipper in the year ahead as container trade growth looks optimistic.
Rather, skills and training need to be provided so that more people can participate in globalization, says Arancha Gonzalez of the International Trade Centre.
There is more room for upside in the South Korean markets, says Uwe Parpart, Capital Link International.
Pan Sorasak, Minister of Commerce of Cambodia, talks about infrastructure development and the oil and gas reserves in the country.
Pan Sorasak, minister of commerce of Cambodia, says the country will be looking to attract greater levels of foreign investment as it develops.
Vichet In, co-founder of Khmerload, says he's targeting 100 million unique visitors as the start-up plans to expand to the rest of Asia.
Song Li, chairman of Zhenai, says the online dating service stays relevant by keeping up with trends, like the adoption of mobile technology.
Eunice Yoon reports on the growth in investments in the art market in China amid tighter capital controls in the country.
Bridget Weishaar, Morningstar, says brick-and-mortar retailers might be struggling with the top line but are doing their best to reduce costs.
Alan Peter Cayetano, senator of the Philippines, says the war against drugs in the country is a campaign to protect the rights of Filipinos.
Frank Holmes, U.S. Global Investors, talks about how he's investing amidst the headlines and the health of the U.S. economy.