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More pressure on North Korea ahead?

John Park of the Harvard Kennedy School weighs in on recent multilateral talks on North Korea in Vancouver, Canada, which excluded Chinese participation.

Stephen Macklow-Smith, head of Europe equity strategy at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, and Plurimi Investment Managers CIO Patrick Armstrong, discuss European equities.

Dimension Data CEO Jason Goodall explains why his company is opening a new technology hub in London.

China Investment Corporation had a good year in 2017

Tu Guangshao of China Investment Corporation says it is reviewing its aims as China's sovereign wealth fund to focus on long-term goals and navigate protectionist sentiment.

China remains on track for a fully convertible yuan

Jing Ulrich of JPMorgan Chase says China still wants to make the yuan fully convertible on the capital and current accounts.

A free float for the yuan is at least four or five years away

Richard Martin of IMA Asia says a more flexible yuan is also a soft power symbol for China as its economic influence grows abroad.

CNBC's Arjun Kharpal speaks about the regulation of cryptocurrencies.

Brexit means UK firms are less likely to invest, Hays CFO

U.K. companies are less likely to make investments because of Brexit uncertainty, Paul Venables, said.

UK retail space tough, especially for established players: Moody's

David Beadle, vice president and senior credit officer at Moody's, speaks about the U.K. retail sector amid Brexit uncertainty.

Kevin Boscher, chief investment officer at Brooks Macdonald, provides his economic outlook for 2018.

China wants to signal its a 'major player'

China may be sending a signal on trade talks in Treasury purchase reports, says Rajeev De Mello of Schroders Investment Management in Singapore.

A 'line in the sand' on bond yields draws bears and bulls

Gareth Nicholson of the Bank of Singapore says with investors watching the 10-year Treasury yield around 2.6 percent a line has been drawn between bears and bulls.

UBS has seen a 'more open field' for asset managers in China

Kathryn Shih of UBS says the securities industry in China has seen moves to allow joint ventures to go as high as 51 percent for foreign firms.

Smart electric scooters are booming in China

Yan Li of NIU says the company's electric scooters are moving up the value chain and into data applications as consumers demand more efficiency.

Is it time for a rate hike by the PBOC?

Robin Xing of Morgan Stanley says current monetary conditions in China suggest a rate hike ahead.

Chinese government has

Vincent Chan of Credit Suisse says China's battle with high leverage isn't over, but Beijing has given assurance it will work to contain those risks.

Expect minimal changes to KORUS, expert says

Frank Lavin,CEO and founder of Export Now, weighs in on what to expect from the re-negotiation of the U.S.-Korea free trade agreement.

Another 'good year' for Asian markets?

Daryl Liew of REYL Singapore says it's likely another good year for Asian markets if China's economy does not slow significantly.

'Inflation is the thing' for markets going forward

Mark Matthews of Bank Julius Baer says that the key for markets in 2018 remains the inflation outlook for the U.S. and globally.

Intel faces a perception problem on chip snafu

Gil Luria of D.A. Davidson & Co. says Intel faces a perception issue because of flaws pointed out in chips that can lead to security breaches.

Will Asia see broader economic growth in 2018?

Vishnu Varathan of Mizuho Bank says growth in Asia could be broader in 2018 than last year.

China 's large manufacturers are gaining size through overseas deals

China's large manufacturing firms are looking to gain pricing power, says Zhou Hao of Commerzbank.

Abe to Pyongyang, Tesla sold to Japan automaker?

Jesper Koll of Wisdom Tree paints some intriguing scenarios for Japan in 2018.

Copper prices set to continue gains in 2018

Jonathan Barratt of Ayers Alliance Securities says he expects copper to post more gains in 2018.

Will the People's Bank of China tighten too much in 2018?

Marc Franklin of Conning Asia Pacific says he's watching how the PBOC may respond to a moderate growth slowdown.

John Augustine at Huntington Private Bank says strategies for 2018 include a wider commodity play and inflation protected Treasurys.

Moves in bitcoin are just like those in other markets: BitSpread boss

Cedric Jeanson, CEO of BitSpread, and Hartmut Issel, UBS Wealth Management, discuss the viability of bitcoin as a mainstream currency.