Banks are fully licensed to conduct digital transactions, and that gives them an advantage over other e-payment players, says Chanda Kochhar, CEO of ICICI Bank.
The Fed might have to be more aggressive with rate hikes if tax cuts go through, says Gareth Nicholson, head of fixed income at the Bank of Singapore.
Ronnie Screwvala, co-founder of UpGrad, discusses the online learning business model, as well as its risks and rewards.
North Korea's latest missile launch was a signal that it was not changing its course, says DJ Peterson, president of Longview Global Advisors.
Investors are gradually becoming immune to North Korean nuclear aggression, notes Dwyfor Evans of State Street Global Markets.
Unlike the U.S. streaming giant, iflix remains focused on emerging market customers, explains the company's group CEO Mark Britt.
Lothar Menthel, CIO of Tatton Investment Management, is looking for signs that lenders have managed to recapitalize.
Whenever an asset such as bitcoin appreciates rapidly, there's always a possibility for massive deflation, says Seth Merrin, founder and CEO at Liquidnet.
Sucharita Kodali, retail analyst at Forrester Research, says more than 90 percent of online transactions in Asia are done on mobile.
Buy to let is now a "huge" investment opportunity in the U.S. as single-family rentals surge, says John Burns, CEO of John Burns Real Estate Consulting.
China's regulators are in "risk management mode" to avoid having the economy overheat, says Bryan Goh, CIO at Bordier & Cie.
Strong economic data will underpin solid growth but Fed rate hikes still pose a key risk, says Philippe Gijsels of BNP Paribas Fortis Group.
India and China are set to become major renewable energy producers, which could weigh down long-term oil prices, says Virginie Maisonneuve of Eastspring Investments.
AuMake sells Australian products to Chinese consumers, who come Down Under in seek of authentic products, explains Executive Chairman Keong Chan.
OPEC looks set to extend output cuts in the near-term but it's unclear what policy path it will take in the longer run, says Sadad Al-Husseini of Husseini Energy.
Markets are too complacent about the 2018 outlook, says Mark Jolley of CCB International Securities, who also warns of a potential bond sell-off.
Retail firm Myer's board of directors lacks experience and is not hands-on, jeopardizing the company, says Solomon Lew, chairman and non-executive director at Premier Investments.
Zimbabwe President Mnangagwa could bring an era of economic reform and cooperation with the international community, says Barnaby Fletcher of Control Risks.
Christopher Peel, CIO at Tavistock Investments, says a recovery in Europe's banks and other sectors of the economy favors an overweight stance in equities.
China's deleveraging effort will likely see capital inflow and credit lending come to a halt at some point, says Harry Colvin, director and senior economist at Longview Economics.