President-elect Trump is going into the presidency with the wind behind his back, says Paul Dietrich, CEO at Fairfax Global Markets.
Weak yuan is set to put considerable stress on China's economy, JPMorgan Asset Management's Richard Titherington says.
The best option is for Toshiba's lenders to keep credit flowing, said the president of a market intelligence company.
Benham Ben Taleblu at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies says that Iran has incentives to stick to the deal.
China's debt problem is a chronic one, says independent analyst Fraser Howie.
Viktor Shvets at Macquarie Securities Group says that he's overweight on China because of the nature of its internalized market.
Dick Simpson at the University of Illinois at Chicago talks about the Republicans' attempt to repeal the ACA.
Sigal Atzmon, CEO at Medix, says that health insurance for 20 million uninsured Americans isn't something that can just be "switched on and off."
Kirk Wagar, outgoing U.S. Ambassador to Singapore, says that it's business as usual for U.S. career diplomats.
Roger Kay at Endpoint Technologies Associates says that Toshiba's board members need to address its systemic organizational culture problem.
Trump's focus on the economy and job creation are positive for the U.S. economy and the world, says Richard Titherington at J.P. Morgan AM.
Asian markets opened higher on Wednesday, with the Nikkei leading the gains.
Ayhan Kose at the World Bank forecasts that growth in the U.S. will pick up at 2.2 percent in 2017.
The outgoing president's legacy includes the capture of Osama Bin Laden and the Affordable Care Act, says Jacob Neiheisel at University at Buffalo.
Frank Holmes at U.S. Global Investors says that growth in China will lead to strong physical demand for the precious metal.
Carmakers used the Detroit Auto Show to talk up their U.S. production, likely reacting to Trump’s all-hours tweets, an analyst said Tuesday.
Analysts say fading deflationary pressures could nudge the central bank to maintain interest rates at current levels.
Mark Dreyer, editor at China Sports Insider, explains the "quota system" in place in the Chinese Super League.
Expect less aggressive monetary policy and more structural reform to take place in China going forward, says Raymond Yeung at ANZ.
Rick Hsu at Daiwa explains why he favors only one of the two Taiwanese semiconductor companies.