Banks can devote more resources to launching new products instead of using them for regulatory compliance, says Ernesto Ramos from BMO Global AM.
Khalid al-Falih, Saudi Arabia's minister of energy, says oil producers can influence the fundamentals of the oil market, despite fluctuating sentiment.
Jeffrey Lu, CEO of Mengniu Dairy, says more time is still required to improve public opinion on the quality of domestic Chinese brands.
Javier Meza, The Coca-Cola Company, talks about the acceleration of digital advertising in Asia.
Sean Taylor, Deutsche Asset Management, says emerging markets in Asia appear safer to investors given the risk perceived in Europe and Latin America.
Jim McCafferty from Nomura Securities says relatively higher uncertainty in places such as the U.K. may lead investors to turn to more stable Asian markets.
Oil producing countries can monitor the situation and take various decisions accordingly, says Alexander Novak, energy minister of Russia.
Qatar's minister of finance, Ali Shareef Al-Emadi, says actions of other GCC countries suggested they were looking to manipulate Qatar's foreign policy.
Michel Lowy, SC Lowy, talks about how he aims for double digit returns in the high-yield and distressed space in the bond markets.
Dominic Schnider from UBS Wealth Management says the downside to the pound is limited and the currency is cheap.
Middle Eastern currencies look relatively stable as oil prices, a key driver, are expected to rise, says Dominic Schnider from UBS Wealth Management.
But bringing back Michael Gove to the cabinet bolsters Britain's position, says Matt Beech, director at Centre for British Politics at the University of Hull
The political uncertainty in the UK is reflected by the movements in the British pound and government bonds, says Bryan Goh, CIO at Bordier & Cie.
It's business as usual in Doha, Qatar's minister of finance, Ali Shareef Al-Emadi told CNBC in an exclusive interview.
The British pound has fallen sharply following the U.K. election, with the Conservative party failing to reach of a majority in Parliament.
James Butterfill, executive director of ETF Securities (U.K.), analyzes what the U.K. election outcome means for markets.
Viktor Shvets from Macquarie Securities Group talks about how the recent the political climate is affecting global markets.
Heather Conley, director of the Europe Program at CSIS, weighs in on what she calls the two British "electoral surprises" in two short years.
Martin Schulz, PNC, says the U.K. markets could be positive in the longer term but he's staying away in the near term.
Jacob Frenkel, partner at Dickinson Wright, says the credibility of the White House is at stake after former FBI director James Comey's testimony.