OPEC's agreement last week to cut oil production is creating an opportunity for U.S. oil producers to get crude to Asian crude buyers.
Asian markets finished mixed as Hong Kong gaming shares took a hit while South Korea's parliament voted to impeach President Park in a decision that came after the market close.
Singapore-based Lazada can avoid some trial and error thanks to $1 billion in backing from Alibaba, CEO Maximilian Bittner tells CNBC's Managing Asia.
A political vacuum will hurt investment confidence in South Korea, says Rob Subbaraman, Asia ex-Japan chief economist at Nomura.
Insead's Antonio Fatas says its no wonder investors are confused given the mixed messages at the ECB press conference.
Both OPEC and non-OPEC members recognize that oil prices will being to unwind again if there is no output deal, says OCBC Bank's Barnabas Gan.
Dollar strength is a headwind for Asian markets, says Bank Julius Baer's Mark Matthews.
Private car ownership in Asia is not as high as in the Western countries, says Emil Michael, senior vice president of business development at Uber.
The Blueshirt Group's Gary Dvorchak shares the story of how Xi Jinping had slept in his bedroom during a Terry Branstad-organized homestay in 1985.
Cornerstone Wealth CIO Chris Zaccarelli says the technology sector has been overlooked amid the Trump rally.