There remains a huge amount of uncertainty with Brexit, says George Buckley, chief European economist at Nomura.
Karine Hirn, partner at East Capital discusses the trade situation in China.
Jacinda Ardern calls on social media to take responsibility over hate speech.
We are expecting some modest upside for oil this year, says Simon Ballard, executive director & macro strategist at FAB Global Markets.
There is still work to do regarding oil production, says Khalid Al-Falih.
Tommy Xie of OCBC Bank discusses points from the press conference at the closing of China's National People's Congress including support measures, tax cuts and economic growth targets.
Thanos Papasavvas of ABP Invest says the "worst case sterling scenario" is not a no-deal Brexit, but a government led by Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Adrian Zuercher of UBS says the Japanese yen is trading at "very attractive" entry levels at this point, and reduced quantitative easing by the Bank of Japan could push the currency higher.
Beat Wittmann, partner at Porta Advisors discusses Brexit and the U.K.'s deal with the European Union.
Free and frictionless trade with Europe is key to us, explains Mark Bridgeman, deputy president at Country Land and Rural Business Association (CLA).
Isaac Poole, chief investment officer at Oreana Financial Services discusses the future of investment in the U.K. after Brexit.
European side is a little bit "annoyed" at what is happening in the U.K., says Cedomir Nestorovic, professor of geopolitics at ESSEC Business School.
Infrastructure spending could help boost the economy, says Anthony Nafte, senior economist at ASEAN CLSA.
Uncertainty will remain, says Nader Naeimi, senior investment strategist at AMP Capital.
We would not be thinking of touching U.K. assets until we have more clarity, says Dan Scott, deputy CIO at Vontobel Wealth Management.
Tom Rogers, head of macro consulting at Asia Oxford Economics discusses Brexit and the options on the table.
Still hoping there will be a deal, says Dwyfor Evans, MD and head of macro strategy at Asia Pacific State Street Global Markets.
Diogenis Papiomytis, global program director - commercial aviation at Aerospace, Defence & Security at Frost & Sullivan discusses the latest issues Boeing has been facing.
This vote is placing all the power in the hands of the EU, says Simon Tormey, professor of politics at The University Of Sydney.
The EU would want to know what's the extension for, however, and that causes uncertainty, says Rob Subbaraman, head of emerging markets economics at Nomura.