Alejandro Barbajosa of Argus Media says the forecast by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries for 2019 "goes a long way" to explain why Saudi Arabia's oil minister Khalid al-Falih is "so convinced" that the market is well supplied.
Millennial and female investors are especially drawn to the sector, explains Tan Min Lan of UBS Global Wealth Management
Investors have been bracing for more pressures, explains Tan Min Lan of UBS Global Wealth Management.
Skills and liabilities are the main obstacles preventing companies from taking on AI deployment, says Harriet Green of IBM Asia Pacific.
The Fed's upcoming central bank decision will impact the greenback ahead of the election, according to Christy Tan from National Australia Bank.
Until the Chinese blink, the Americans have a game plan, warns Taimur Baig of DBS Group Research.
Jeff Chen, chief strategy officer at Chinese healthcare solutions platform WeDoctor, says that patients want a more efficient way of seeing a doctor instead of waiting hours in line.
Andrew Jackson, of SooChow CSSD Capital Markets (Asia) discusses the constitutional and labor reforms that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe must achieve.
International regulators are paying more attention to the sector, said Jun Ma, chairman and president at HK Green Finance Association.
Jonathan Pain of The Pain Report says the U.S. and China are in an "economic war" rather than one on trade.
Tobias Harris of Teneo Intelligence says "the clock is really running out" for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to be effective in his role.
Alain Gallois, CEO of Natixis APAC, explains why Hong Kong is a great market to develop green finance.
Markets appear to be indicating positive expectations for next week's trade talks and Fed meeting, says John Augustine, chief investment officer at Huntington Private Bank.
The most important thing is that the summit has cleared the way for a second North Korea-U.S. meeting, explains Sean King from Park Strategies.
Simon Galpin of the Bahrain Economic Development Board notes that the country has been experiencing strong growth in the start-up and fintech sectors.
Washington and Beijing haven't ruled out trade negotiations yet so markets are taking comfort in that, explains Adarsh Sinha of BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research.
Kalpana Morparia, CEO of South and Southeast Asia at J.P. Morgan, said that corporate profits are jumping, and the weakened currency is boosting India's export competitiveness.
More Chinese tech names are are focusing their attention on the consumer entertainment industry, explains Zhang Tianbing from Deloitte Asia Pacific.
International trade pressures could force emerging economies to implement structural reforms, said Suyi Kim, senior managing director at the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board.
U.S. stocks look set to continue trending higher for the rest of the year, according to Shannon Saccocia, chief investment officer at Boston Private Wealth.