Export quotas, which could hugely impact oil prices, may be discussed for the first time at today's OPEC meeting, says Alan Bannister of S&P Global Platts.
India's bad debt won't deprive investment projects of loans, and its GDP outlook remains bright despite a recent slowdown, says JPMorgan's Kalpana Morparia.
Markets won't see lasting pullbacks over North Korea tensions as investors look to buy in, says Rahul Chadha of Mirae Asset Global Investments.
Don Brash, chairman of ICBC New Zealand, weighs in on the Labour and National parties' policy proposals ahead of New Zealand's election at the weekend.
With Bank of England Mark Carney changing his tune, the British pound is likely to be influenced by rate hike expectations, says Philip Wee of DBS Bank.
The Fed indicated Wednesday another rate hike is likely this year. Bill Stone of PNC Asset Management says the central bank prefers not surprising markets.
New Zealand PM Bill English says he is confident voters are turning to the National Party for its track record of budget surpluses and economic growth.
Nicolas Aguzin, CEO of J.P. Morgan Asia Pacific, addresses deleveraging in Chinese corporates and says he doesn't expect a lot of change out of the 19th party congress.
Robert Stheeman, chief executive, UK Debt Management Office, says demand for British sovereign debt remains strong even as Brexit sparks investor queries.
Amir Anvarzadeh, director of Japan Equity Sales, BGC Securities (Singapore), said he is shorting Toshiba because after the sale of its chip unit, the other businesses generally lag the market.
Izumi Devalier, head of Japan Economics, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, says new Bank of Japan board member Goushi Kataoka's dissent could open discussion about the inflation target.
Shrikant Bhat, MD and regional head of Investments, Citi Asia Pacific, says investors should both take gains off the recent market rallies and look to stay invested.
What BOJ Governor Kuroda says during his press conference about QE policies could be of greater importance than the central bank's announcement, says John Gorman of Nomura Securities.
Senior Global Equity Strategist, Wells Fargo Investment Institute, said the Fed was more hawkish on rates than many expected and the equity market faces headwinds as a result.
Former Federal Reserve Governor Robert Heller says Randal Quarles would make an good candidate for Fed Chair, given his past experience in the Treasury, Washington and the financial sector.
Former Federal Reserve Governor Robert Heller notes the GDP growth estimates of the Fed are at odds with higher interest rates.
CNBC's Sophia Yan says Beijing has taken a more nuanced tone in responding to hard-line remarks by President Trump and his advisors that criticize China's trade policies.
Family offices in Asia Pacific are now prioritizing succession planning, says Hartmut Issel of UBS Wealth Management.
Although opportunities remain plenty in Myanmar, terrorism has become the biggest risk for investors, says Romain Caillaud of Asia Group Advisors.
Rainer Michael Preiss, executive director, Taurus Wealth Advisors, said investors in passive funds should look to move to cash and active management.