David Miller of Quilter Cheviot says the coronavirus is affecting confidence and could "nip in the bud" the optimism that investors greeted 2020 with.
Vandana Hari of Vanda Insights says the fall in oil prices is based on "a lot of fear and panic" related to the new coronavirus that is not likely to "die down anytime soon."
James Gerrish from Shaw and Partners says the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the financial markets is "nothing to get overly concerned about." He adds that there is "not enough evidence" that suggests the need to change their investment strategy.
The new Cyber Threat Intelligence Platform will help firms in the Dubai International Financial Center to proactively share information about cyber threats, says Bryan Stirewalt from Dubai Financial Services Authority.
"I have a feeling it's gonna get worse before it gets better," says Professor Arnold Monto from the University of Michigan's School of Public Health, in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Mark Matthews from Bank Julius Baer discusses what stock plays may work best as markets continue to react to the coronavirus outbreak.
As consumption, which is already growing, makes up a large portion of the US economy, it will further reduce risks of a recession, says Martin Crabb from Shaw and Partners.
The new coronavirus has a genetic makeup that's about 80% similar to the SARS virus from more than a decade ago, says Ivan Hung from the University of Hong Kong.
Eli Lee from Bank of Singapore adds that ECB chief Christine Lagarde's main goal will likely be to rally for more fiscal stimulus from European governments to bolster growth.
If inflation begins to pull back and some of the "green shoots" in the economy begin to die off, then the Fed will have no choice but to step in, says Tracey McNaughton from Escala Partners.
Tom Rogers from Oxford Economics says Lagarde can focus on two key areas — one, on the ECB's communication strategy, and the other about the interaction between monetary and fiscal policy.
Julien Lafargue, head of equity advisory at Barclays Private Bank, outlines his expectations from the European Central Bank ahead of its interest rate decision on Thursday.
Like the SARS virus, the new strain also originated from animals and can spread in similar ways, according to Hsu Li Yang from the NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health.
Tourism is the lifeblood of many communities in Australia and it's essential that visitors have a clear picture of what's happening in the country, says Phillipa Harrison from Tourism Australia.
Haren Shah of Taurus Wealth Advisors expects a slow and gradual improvement in the global economy, and interest rates will remain low for a longer period of time.
Imran Khan, the prime minister of Pakistan, speaks to CNBC's Hadley Gamble at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Imran Khan, the prime minister of Pakistan, speaks to CNBC's Hadley Gamble regarding Kashmir and the outcome of a recent meeting with President Donald Trump.
Malaysian Minister of International Trade and Industry Darell Leiking tells CNBC the country does not want to take advantage of the Sino-U.S. trade war but has still benefited from the dispute.
Jonas Prising, CEO and chairman of ManpowerGroup, discusses the U.S. economy and the global labor market.
Suresh Tantia from Credit Suisse says improvements in Hong Kong's economic data could reduce negative risk sentiment and lead to a rerating in the market.