Alan Bollard, executive director, APEC Secretariat, says the TPP 11, the original grouping minus the U.S., could discuss their plans on the sidelines of this year's APEC meeting in Vietnam.
Stephen Davies, CEO, Javelin Wealth Management, says China wants to pursue open economic reforms at the 19th Party Congress, but not on the political front.
Guillaume Menuet, head, European Economics, Citi, says a path on Brexit could be hammered out by October of next year if the parties can work through divisions and meet the two-year transition timetable proposed by Britain.
Wayne Gordon, Commodity, Rates, and FX Analyst, UBS, says the RBA's continue concern in the latest minutes over high household debt in Australia may be an early signal of policy action on loan-to-value ratios.
Tom White, director, TD Ameritrade, says Netflix has to "burn" cash to get content, offsetting solid growth in international subscribers.
Saudi state oil company Aramco is likely to proceed with its IPO as scheduled, and it's likely to be listed in New York or London, says Neil Beveridge of Bernstein.
Sean Taylor, Chief Investment Officer, APAC , Deutsche Asset Management, said there is a trend in China, Japan, South Korea and India of companies fixing up balance sheets along the lines of American firms focused on core business.
Six of the last seven inflation prints have fallen short even though markets are factoring in a 75 percent chance of a December rate hike, says Tony Boyadjian of Compass Global Markets.
David Kuo, CEO, The Motley Fool Singapore, says while risks over a North Korea confrontation are real - it is difficult to quantify and investors should focus on hard figures.
Kohei Ogawa, CEO of VALU, explains how the platform works like a trading card market where public figures can issue tokens that are bought and sold.
Banks with the largest proportion of consumer deposits, like Bank of America, stand to gain most in the future, says Gerard Cassidy of RBC Capital Markets.
Jonathan Garner, chief Asia and emerging market equity strategist at Morgan Stanley, says strength in earnings growth has been a broader trend in Asia.
Demand for Samsung chips is likely to soar in today's "data economy," which would boost the firm's earnings in the near term, says Daniel Kim of Macquarie Equities Research.
Sean Callow, senior currency strategist, Westpac Bank, said headline inflation figures in the U.S. ahead will reflect higher gasoline prices after Hurricane Harvey - but the market will discount the effect as temporary.
Bill Stone, global chief investment strategist & EVP, PNC Asset Management Group, says the drop in Citi and JP Morgan shares overnight is linked to a sharp run up for financials overall ahead of earnings.
Valuations in Japan markets remain reasonable and are unlikely to be in a bubble, says John Vail of Nikko Asset Management America.
Omkar Joshi, Regal Funds Management, says Bank of Queensland delivered a needed increase in earnings to justify its current share price.
Nicolas Sopel, strategist, Rates & FX Markets, RHB Research Institute Singapore, says he's "happy" the Fed minutes showed in-depth talk about inflation views.
Several banks are expected to struggle with profitability in the years ahead, according to am IMF report, but Hartmut Issel of UBS Wealth Management thinks there is still upside for financial stocks.
U.S. firms are likely to see even higher profits with year-over-year calms expected to extend through this quarter, says Joe Zidle of Richard Bernstein Advisors.