Neil Campling, senior vice-president and head of global TMT research at Northern Trust Securities, explains the value of British technology firm ARM, ahead of its potential acquisition by Japan's SoftBank.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses the issues ride hailing services Uber and Careem are facing in Abu Dhabi and Saudi Arabia, including security concerns and service suspension.
Neil Campling, senior vice president and head of global TMT research at Northern Trust Securities, says that the Apple tax issue showcases differing business values between the U.S. and Europe.
Daniel Lacalle, CIO at Tressis Gestion, discusses the political instability in Spain and how the country has managed to retain momentum in its economy despite this.
Brazil is set for new leadership, says Benat Bilbao-Osorio, regional director for Latin America and the Caribbean at The Economist Intelligence Unit.
Peter Rosenstreich, head of market strategy at Swissquote Bank, discusses what specific non-farm payroll data will encourage the Fed to raise interest rates.
The former government was ambivalent about China, focusing on human rights issues instead of a strategic focus, says Ryerson University's Jeremy Kinsman.
CAPA's Peter Harbison says Chinese airlines are doing well but still need to work on their cost bases and the FX volatility impact on revenue.
Asia emerging markets are an area with positive tailwinds compared to expensive developed markets, says Russel Investments' Graham Harman.
The rates market has not fully priced in the possibility of a Fed hike this year, says UBS' Wayne Gordon.