Manhattan Venture Partners' Santosh Rao says Snap now faces a greater urgency to show it can monetize its business model after missing the mark twice.
China's local currency bonds in utilities and energy, and U.S. municipal bonds are among the good buys, says Mark Cernicky, Principal Global Fixed Income.
Markets had priced in a "very benign" environment before recent geopolitical developments, says Nomura's G-10 FX strategist Peter Dragicevich.
Taurus Wealth Advisors' John Lilley says August and September are usually the worst months for stock markets, and current corrections are still "normal."
Enforcing oil production cuts on Libya and Nigeria should not be difficult, but it won't happen so soon, says Richard Gorry of JBC Energy Asia.
The Trump administration needs a coordinated strategy to deal with the "very negative" outlook on North Korea, says Andrew Gilholm of Control Risks.
Adrian Zuercher of UBS explains why he is not overly concerned about Asian markets despite escalating US-North Korea tension.
Paul Scrivano, partner and global M&A head at Ropes & Gray LLP, weighs in on Disney's announcement that it is pulling all its movies from Netflix in 2019.
Investors who want exposure to the Australian banking sector can look at Commonwealth Bank's peers, says Omkar Joshi of Regal Funds Management.
President Trump's tough talk will not help relations with China - something the U.S. should consider in its North Korea dealings, says Alex Capri of the National University of Singapore.
Citi Private Bank's Ken Peng says besides geopolitical developments, investors are increasing worried over liquidity withdrawal by the Fed and ECB.
Paul Harris of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars outlines how the average age of its customers has decreased from 53 to 39 years over the past decade.
Nev Power, CEO of Fortescue Metals, talks about how innovations, such as autonomous trucks, are being used to drive cost reductions on the production side.
Business confidence in Asia might have wobbled, but Alicia Yi of Korn Ferry says broader trends indicate sentiment in the region remains mostly stable.
Johan Jooste, CIO of Bank of Singapore, weighs in on valuations in Asian and U.S. markets running ahead of expectations.
Softbank is due to report earnings Monday but New Street Research's Kirk Boodry says comments about the company's U.S. operations will steal the show.
Many enforcers of the sanctions are not model citizens, but the developments are a step in the right direction, says Sean King from Park Strategies.
The milestone was reached in the June quarter and production doubled, funded entirely from cash flows, says Raleigh Finlayson, CEO of Saracen Minerals.
Earnings estimate for MSCI Asia ex Japan has improved almost about 15 percent in the last 6-8 months, says Manishi Raychaudhuri from BNP Paribas.
Dartmouth College's economics professor Andrew Levin says wage growth is a key data to watch as it has been keeping inflation below the Fed's target.