Raphaël Yousri of Alès Groupe discusses the company's presence in Asia and its environmentally friendly initiatives.
Japan needs structural policies to address the aging and shrinking population, says Jun Saito of Japan Center for Economic Research.
Christopher Brankin, CEO of TD Ameritrade Asia, says there was around $900 million reduction in margin lending for the company's customers across the U.S. and Asia over the last month.
Scott Seaman of Eurasia Group discusses Japanese politics and free trade negotiations between Tokyo and Washington.
Saktiandi Supaat of Maybank says there may be upside for open economies such as South Korea and Taiwan in the later part of the year.
The U.S.-China trade war is a "huge issue" in terms of business confidence and could be a major threat to the global economy if it is not resolved, says Shane Oliver of AMP Capital Investors.
Richard Davis of Canaccord Genuity says Microsoft's stock could double in five years. He also says the company could even become a legitimate competitor to Salesforce over time.
Hao Hong of Bank of Communications International says China's new technology board represents "huge, huge reform" for the country's listing process.
Ryan Payne of Payne Capital Management says the dividends are going up for value stocks, and investors shouldn't put all their money in growth stocks now.
If the networks that owned Hulu had pooled their content together, Hulu could have had the "winning formula" for the streaming services industry, says Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities.
Jason Daw of Societe Generale says the global slowdown was not caused by trade wars, but has been compounded by trade disputes.
Jonathan Barratt of Probis Securities discusses the gold, silver and iron ore markets.
SoftBank Corp is likely to be a more generous dividend payer than SoftBank Group, says Oliver Matthew of CLSA. He also discusses Japan's trade data.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average could soon see a rapid move towards the 30,000 level, says Daryl Guppy of Guppytraders.com. The Nasdaq Composite is likely to see an upward trend too, he says.
The U.S. markets seem to have lost some momentum, and could see a correction if the Fed doesn't cut rates in July, says Martin Lakos of Macquarie Wealth Management.
Marcel Thieliant of Capital Economics says the Reserve Bank of Australia may cut rates further in light of weak employment growth in the country.
Brian Jacobsen of Wells Fargo Asset Management says there's a risk that the Fed's rhetoric will shift to a stance that's more hawkish than expected. It's "entirely possible" for the Fed to see a July rate cut as premature, he says.
Dariusz Kowalczyk of Credit Agricole says the People's Bank of China could cut interest rates in August. Discussing U.S.-China trade talks, he says negotiations will "ultimately fail" in the long run.
James Crabtree of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy discusses next steps for the European Central Bank and Brexit. He says Europe is increasingly divided.
Rohan Kendall of Wood Mackenzie discusses supply and demand in the iron ore market. He says China's steel production has been very strong in 2019, but that is not likely to be sustainable in the second half of the year.