John Strickland, director at JLS Consulting, discusses how the terror threat in Europe is affecting the travel and tourism industry.
Asia markets traded mostly higher on Thursday after U.S. equities closed mixed ahead of a key health care vote in Congress.
Guy Davidson, director at Cobalt Recruitment, says the residential and non-residential construction sectors are experiencing a boom.
Ronald Wan of Partners Capital International warns investors should buy into Tencent only after consolidation in its share price happens in the coming weeks.
Omar Slim of PineBridge Investments says the case for fixed income has strengthened over the past few months due to Fed expectations.
Amrita Banta, MD of Agility Research & Strategy, says some affluent Asian consumers are spending more at home and on more niche brands.
Anthony Shaffer at the London Center for Policy Research says repeated "lone wolves" attacks suggest perpetrators are no longer acting alone.
Rodrigo Catril of NAB says the U.S. dollar could trek up to 4 percent higher.
Mark Watkins of The Private Client Group of U.S. Bank says there will be a 3 to 5 percent correction if the healthcare bill doesn't pass muster in Congress.
Alex Yao of J.P. Morgan says Chinese tech companies Alibaba and Tencent will have 80 to 90 percent market share of the online payments space.