Hugh Young of Aberdeen Asset Management discusses the impact of potential U.S. tariffs on steel imports.
Tobias Basuki from the Center for Strategic and International Studies explains why the Pence's comments on Indonesia didn't sit well with some people.
Daniel Yoo of Kiwoom Securities expects the South Korean conglomerate to dominate the smartphone market during the second and third quarter.
Rainer Michael Preiss of Taurus Wealth Advisors explains why his firm is neutral on fixed-income and optimistic on gold.
Rainer Michael Preiss of Taurus Wealth Advisors believes the direction of U.S. interest rates have more influence on markets than politics.
Politicians, celebrities, athletes, and CEOs made it to the annual ranking, notes Matt Vella of TIME Magazine
Simon Tormey of the University of Sydney describes how presidential candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon has run a smart campaign.
Unlike tax reform, healthcare caused a greater split among Republicans, warns King Lip of Baker Avenue Asset Management.
Kevin Evans, Australia-Indonesia Centre, says the incoming governor is a man of consensus, which could affect the speed of reforms in Jakarta.
Homegrown brands lack the scale to invest in technologies, warns Janet Lewis of Macquarie Capital Securities.
Eric Liu of Vanda Research explains how global politics affects market sentiment.
Grant Govertsen of Union Gaming Group explains why the country's new casino will face tough times ahead.
Nannette Hechler of Credit Suisse International Wealth Management explains how the rising trend of angry societies worldwide could impact policy.
Large populations can significantly impact democratic elections, explains Richard Harris of Port Shelter Investment Management.
The elections will likely influence Brexit negotiations with the EU, notes Richard Harris of Port Shelter Investment Management.
Japan's exports to Asia boosted March's monthly performance, notes Takashi Miwa of Nomura.
Henrique Meirelles, Finance Minister of Brazil, discusses the impact of a Trump presidency, a slowing China and his country's beef scandal.
Despite Chinese property curbs, mainland construction will likely support iron ore pries going forward, says Paul Bartholomew of S&P Global Platts.
U.S. crude production will mitigate any OPEC production cuts, according to Stephen Schork, editor of the Schork Report.
By taking a long-term horizon, monthly episodes of volatility won't matter, explains Jason Browne of FundX Investment Group.