Major indexes in Asia looked set to open higher despite Wall Street closing with slight losses amid political concerns.
Philip Wee of DBS Bank says gains in the euro over the dollar may miss the "reality" that a stronger euro could impact the ECB's normalization path.
Wayne Kaufman of Phoenix Financial Services says the end of a bull market could come about from sustained higher oil prices.
Arun Sundararajan of the NYU Stern School of Business says Uber is now poised to focus on opportunities instead of boardroom drama.
Helen Qiao at Bank of America Merrill Lynch says that China is heading for tighter policies this year in spending and interest rates.
Willem Sels of HSBC Private Bank says the Fed is responding more to the economic growth outlook than inflation in rate hike views.
Matt Smith of Clipper Data says geopolitical tensions and supply outages will have a bigger impact on the oil market this year.
JC Sambor of BNP Paribas Asset Management says on the local-currency debt side, "we see tons of opportunities" in emerging markets.
Karine Hirn of East Capital says environmental services are among the plays in China now.
Wendy Cutler of the Asia Society Policy Institute says auto manufacturing in North America would be hit in unexpected ways if NAFTA is scrapped.