The sell off is both on geopolitical worries and August being one of the worst months of the year for markets, says Michael Kelly, Pinebridge Investments.
Dirk Ahlborn, CEO of HTT, says the company is working with governments in South Korea, Indonesia and India to bring its hyperloop technology into fruition.
Vandana Hari, founder of Vanda Insights, says tensions between North Korea and U.S. will not directly hit oil supply, which is still in excess now.
Steel makers in China are forced to raise prices due to the high costs of raw materials, says Bradford Research's president Charles Bradford.
North Korea has not shown that its nuclear missile has the accuracy and range to hit its targets, says International Christian University's Stephen Nagy.
Morris Capital's Greg Matwejev says "decent" inflation, the missing link in the US recovery story, will send the greenback on a strengthening path.
An improving economic outlook in Europe has made the euro a favored defensive buy during volatile periods versus the U.S. dollar, says SocGen's Toby Lawson.
It is important to continue keeping an eye on the long term and diversify to build a resilient investment portfolio, says Payden & Rygel's Jim Sarni.
Philip O'Keefe, lead economist at the World Bank, says the aging population in parts of Asia will have implications for the workforce in the region.
Software as a source is part of a very purposeful process capability Commonwealth Bank put in place to comply with AML laws, says David Cassidy from Kyckr.
Management change, following this scandal, cannot be ruled out as shareholders are becoming more concerned, says Catherine Allfrey from Wavestone Capital.
David Sokulsky of Crestone Wealth Management says markets are likely to take geopolitical risk more seriously in the event military action is seen.
David Forrester of Credit Agricole says he's expecting an above consensus number for U.S. core inflation which could be good news for the U.S. currency.
President Donald Trump warned North Korea about future threats, but John Delury of Yonsei University GSIS says those are practically standard procedure.
Todd Horwitz of Bubba Trading says share buybacks brought about by cheap money are not beneficial for the U.S. economy.
Munir Majid, president of the ASEAN Business Club, says there's still some ways to go before the regional bloc achieves its objectives.
SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son's comments on investing in Uber or Lyft come five years too late, says Trip Chowdhry of Global Equities Research.
China could sacrifice some growth as regulations are tightened, but it's ultimately a positive development, says Hartmut Issel of UBS Wealth Management.
Takayoshi Futae of MUFG says the bank is active in Southeast Asia and has invested more than $6 billion in the region in recent years.
Rohan Williams of Dacian Gold talks about how the miner is targeting gold production from its Mt. Morgans project by March 2018.