A stronger euro doesn't necessarily undermine the outlook for corporate earnings in the euro zone, says Clive McDonnell of Standard Chartered Private Bank.
The U.S. and Qatar will be major LNG-market players and Singapore has the potential to be an LNG trading hub, says Mark Edmunds of Deloitte Asia Pacific.
The perception is the ECB will proceed with QE tapering, but Draghi is delaying the announcement, says Paul Donovan of UBS Wealth Management.
Dinesh Kumar Sarraf, chairman and MD of ONGC, says the deal rational was to create an integrated company in the oil and gas space.
John Driscoll of JTD Energy Services weighs in on the state of the oil markets and compliance with OPEC-led production cuts.
Johan Jooste of the Bank of Singapore talks about valuations in regional markets and explains why he thinks South Korean markets need scrutiny.
The Bank of Japan has pushed back the time frame for hitting its 2 percent inflation target. Takashi Miwa, chief Japan economist at Nomura, weighs in.
Wilbur Ross and Steven Mnuchin have slightly different messages about U.S.-China trade ties. Ira Kalish, chief global economist at Deloitte, weighs in.
The state-owned Development Bank of Japan wants to be a bridge between Southeast Asian companies and Japan Inc, explains Kimihiro Fukuyama.
Valuations in Asian markets might be a little stretched, but they remain more favorable compared to those stateside, says Cedric Chehab of BMI Research.
There's still room for subscriber growth at Netflix and for the company's share price to run higher, says Kevin Quigg of ACSI Funds.
GDP growth stabilizing in China bodes well for the country's demand for commodities, says David Lennox of Fat Prophets.
The sell-off in small-cap stocks in China on July 17 has led investors to focus on fundamentals, says Norman Chan of Oreana Private Wealth.
Koon Chow of Union Bancaire Privée says he's concerned about the impact of tightening liquidity in China on emerging market currencies.
Investment in property remains a key metric as the Chinese economy is not as diverse as Western economies, says Sat Duhra of Janus Henderson.
Tommy Xie of OCBC Bank and Sat Duhra of Janus Henderson Investors discuss economic growth in China as the government takes on deleveraging in the SOE sector.
The loan books of large U.S. banks have not grown remarkably, so any guidance on that front is welcomed, says The Motley Fool's John Maxfield.
Chinese start-up Yongqianbao is using artificial intelligence to screen data to determine creditworthiness when issuing loans. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.
Robots need only eight to 12 weeks to take over a back office function that humans take years to learn, says Max Yankelevich, founder & CEO, WorkFusion.
Catherine Yeung of Fidelity International talks about potentially higher inflation in China and says second-quarter GDP could be higher than expected.