The Japanese automaker will face competition in getting into the SUV market, says James Chao, MD at IHS Markit.
However, any future move from the RBA is likely to be a downward one, says Ivan Colhoun at the National Australia Bank.
Daniel Wiener, CEO at Adviser Investments, says investors have been trading on rumors of President Trump's policies and not actual news.
Asian markets opened mixed on Tuesday, on the back of the weaker close on Wall Street in the previous session.
Arun Kant, CEO of Leonie Hill Capital, says the talk about a trade war could be just that.
Jeffrey Bleich, former U.S. ambassador to Australia, says the travel ban goes beyond extreme vetting and is not what people voted for.
Bob McCooey, SVP at Nasdaq's Listing Services unit, says that Nasdaq is interested in game-changing companies across sectors.
Uncertainty over economic policy has led to choppiness in the markets, says Margaret Patel, MD at Wells Fargo Asset Management.
"The assault on the major set of plans is greatly mistaken," former Rep. Barney Frank tells CNBC.
Hao Zhou, an analyst with Commerzbank, weighs in on the latest Caixin PMI figures and says that structural issues need to be targeted for more growth.
Hao Zhou, an analyst with Commerzbank, says that the Chinese economy will moderate further.
Richard Hunt, president of the Consumer Bankers Association, says that Dodd-Frank regulation needs to be reviewed.
The dollar may have come off the 14-year highs it has touched recently, but the rally will likely soon catch a second wind, analysts said.
Arthur Kwong, BNP Paribas Investment Partners, says that investors need to do their homework before approaching the markets.
Jonathan Lieber, Eurasia Group, talks about the impact of Trump's executive order on immigration, and the checks and balances in the U.S. government.
Patrick Bennett, a foreign-exchange strategist at CIBC, says the dollar is too weak against the euro, but too strong against other currencies.
Tai Hui, J.P. Morgan AM, talks about the surprise rally after Donald Trump's election win and how markets have moved.
Tai Hui, J.P. Morgan AM, says that the president can tweet all he wants, but his policies are supportive of the USD.
Sony's semiconductor and gaming businesses were standout performers as analysts say the future looks bright for the Japanese electronics and entertainment company.
Amit Singh, co-founder of Gurgaon-based bus aggregator Shuttl, called the moves "pivotal" towards encouraging the Indian start-up community.