Southeast Asia's largest lender DBS reported an 8.5 percent year-on-year rise in quarterly profit. Its CEO Piyush Gupta talks about the latest results.
Ben Onatibia, Vanda Research's senior strategist, says investors that put large amount of money into Korea, Japan and taiwan may start to take profits.
The central bank will likely downgrade its growth forecasts for the United Kingdom for this year and next, says Oliver Salmon of Oxford Economics.
Barry Dawes of Martin Place Securities says one factor to take into consideration is how countries around the world are seeing oil-consumption growth.
Divya Devesh of Standard Chartered Bank says he's neutral on the dollar/rupee in the short term, but positive on the Indian currency in the long term.
China's credit-to-GDP ratio has been falling, while the softer greenback has helped Chinese companies with dollar debt, says Mark Matthews of Bank Julius Baer.
The Reserve Bank of India was expected to trim its main policy rate by 25 bps to 6 percent Wednesday as inflation continued to miss targets.
Pranjul Bhandari of HSBC says inflation in India now meets the RBI's medium-term inflation target of 4 percent, opening up scope for moderate easing.
Paul Pong, MD of Pegasus Fund Managers says Standard Chartered earnings are expected to come in around $1.6 billion, but dividends are unlikely to be large.
James Sullivan of JP Morgan says he remains in the bearish camp for oil prices and expects oil prices to stand at $45 a barrel in 2018.
Lorenzo Codogno of LC Macro Advisors weighs in on the euro zone's pace of growth and how this could impact the European Central Bank's policy ahead.
The Reserve Bank of Australia kept its benchmark cash rate at a record low of 1.5 percent for the 12th straight month.
Andrew Ticehurst of Nomura Australia weighs in on the Reserve Bank of Australia's comments on the impact of the strength of the Aussie dollar.
Whether bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash wins depends on the market, but activity is set to remain on the bitcoin platform, says blockchain start-up Civic's CEO Vinny Lingham.
Japan is a preferred pick as corporate earnings are growing the fastest relative to other global markets, says Mikio Kumada, LGT Capital Partners.
HSBC announced a $2 billion share buyback after reporting a 5 percent year-on-year increase in pre-tax profit to $10.24 billion in the first half of 2017.
Alastair Newton of Alavan Business Advisory weighs in on the controversial vote in Venezuela and the implications of potential U.S. sanctions.
Rob Davies, South Africa's minister of trade and industry, says the country is aiming to boost ties to China and other BRICS countries.
Geopolitical tensions might be simmering, but the impact they might have on markets remains contained for now, says Christy Tan of National Australia Bank.
Tuan Huynh of Deutsche Bank Wealth Management says he's looking more at North Asian markets than Southeast Asian ones.