An improvement in earnings and improving returns on equity are reasons for being constructive on Asian equities in the long term, Manishi Raychaudhuri of BNP Paribas.
Mining company Freeport-McMoRan has come to an agreement with the Indonesian government over its Grasberg mine. Barry Dawes of Martin Place Securities weighs in.
The size of the Myanmar consumer market and its room for growth are reasons for the country's attractiveness, says Hanno Stegmann, CEO of Rocket Internet.
By digitizing expenditure, users tend to have greater control over the state of their financial health, says Rohan Mahadevan, SVP of Asia Pacific at PayPal.
Norman Chan, chief investment officer, Oreana Private Wealth said the markets are not pricing in chances of military conflict on the Korean peninsula for now.
North Korea likely tested a missile because it sees U.S. and South Korea military exercises as provocative, but the U.S. may need to show in a measured way that strategy won't work, says Bruce Bennett, senior defense analyst, RAND.
Both the European Union and Britain stand to benefit from a transitional agreement when it comes to Brexit negotiations, says Oliver Salmon of Oxford Economics.
Cleaning up Uber's public image should be at the top of new Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi's agenda, says Patrick Moorhead of Moor Insights & Strategy.
The Fed wants to begin unwinding its balance sheet, but is unlikely to do this at the same time it hikes interest rates, says Callum Henderson of Eurasia Group.
A South Korean court found Samsung's de-facto chief Jay Y. Lee guilty of bribery, embezzlement and perjury, according to reports.
There's a sense of continuity in North Korea's periodic missile tests and build-up of capabilities, says John Park, director of the Korea Working Group, Harvard Kennedy School.
There is an overwhelming amount of circumstantial evidence to find Jay Y. Lee guilty of bribery, says Park Sang In, professor of Economics, Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University.
Tony Nash, chief economist, Complete Intelligence, says Texas residents have practical knowledge to prepare for a hurricane, but the extent of flooding is the biggest wild card.
Eric Robertsen, head of Global Macro Strategy and FX Research, Standard Chartered Bank, said the Fed at some point soon needs to see higher inflation and shift from "transitory" language.
Street art is appealing to investors because of its relatively low entry price point and strong historic return on investment.
Crude oil prices remain supported at current levels, but there is limited scope for gains next year, says Peter Lee, oil and gas analyst, BMI Research.
North Korea's nuclear program violate international law whereas South Korea's military exercises are legitimate, explains Enna Park, South Korea ambassador of public diplomacy.
ECB President Mario Draghi has no reason to signal a more hawkish view at Jackson Hole as the central bank wants to avoid a stronger euro, says David Sokulsky, CIO, Crestone Wealth.
The yen and gold gained ground after Trump threatened a government shutdown if he doesn’t get funding for a border wall with Mexico.
Growth in the logistics software company has been driven by its CargoWise One product, says Richard White, CEO of Wisetech Global.