Dumith Fernando of Asia Securities says the Easter bombings in Sri Lanka were a "big shocker" because investors have been used to the possibility of political risk, but not security risks.
Vikram Sinha of Ooredoo Myanmar says the company wants to start launching relevant digital services to enrich the lives of customers, instead of just being a "digital enabler." He says the whole world is moving toward services he doesn't want the company to be left behind.
Mark Jolley of CCB International Securities says the "highly supportive" interest rate environment could see "some erosion" in the near term.
Nick Twidale of Rakuten Securities Australia says a potential rate cut by the Reserve Bank of Australia is putting pressure on the country's currency, which could break the $0.70 barrier "fairly soon."
Jim McCafferty of Nomura Securities says he is not expecting any change from the Federal Reserve at the moment, but things could move "very quickly."
Chinese authorities could "scale back" policy easing and "potentially" move into tightening if a trade deal with the U.S. is signed and economic data continues to improve, says Helen Qiao of Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Timothy Lesko of Granite Investment Advisors says the interest rate environment in the U.S. is "very, very pleasant," and the market could rally further. He also says America is in a "pretty solid Goldilocks" economy.
Ajay Vidyasagar of YouTube says both the company and Google have invested in technology and people to provide a "sanitized" and "brand-safe environment" to consumers.
Sarah Lien of Eastspring Investments says energy is an under-owned sector globally and valuations are "pretty good."
Wayne Gordon of UBS Global Wealth Management discusses oil markets and U.S. waivers on Iran oil sanctions.
James Cheo of HSBC Private Banking says the dovish pivot from central banks will be positive for Asian stock markets in the near term.
S. D. Muni of the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses says Sri Lanka's political establishment is not in "perfect harmony" in dealing with security threats.
King Lip of Baker Avenue Asset Management discusses oil prices. He says there isn't much upside beyond $85 per barrel for Brent Crude.
Anthony Gardner, former U.S. ambassador the European Union, says the U.S. and EU are each others' "best partners," but there is now a risk of trade friction. He also says Europe is not saying "no way Huawei" despite American pressure.
Jianxiong Xiao of AutoX says his company is building an artificial intelligence platform to power self-driving cars, and hopes to make such vehicles "universally applicable," including for logisitcs and deliveries.
Lito Camacho of Credit Suisse says angry citizens are changing political landscapes around the world, with governments creating nationalistic policies. He also says the western world is still learning to live with China as an economic "superpower."
Gautam Duggad of Motilal Oswal Financial Services says HDFC Bank's numbers continue to remain "very rock solid" and consistent. He recommends buying the stock.
Abu Dhabi is relaxing its foreign real estate investment laws. Talal Al Dhiyebi of Aldar Properties says, with this change, his company wants to attract non-resident property investors.
Daryl Liew of Reyl Singapore explains why he says the Japanese stock market is "a bit unique."
The Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka represent a "significant watershed moment" for the country's political landscape, says Hemant Shivakumar of Control Risks.