Jean-Charles Sambor of BNP Paribas says Turkey's external financing needs are "very, very high" and could prove to be a problem.
Kelvin Tay of UBS Wealth Management says a "deficit" will remain between the supply and demand of oil even if an agreement to ease output curbs is reached in Vienna between OPEC and its allies today.
Greg Matwejev of Morris Capital explains why the short and long-term picture for the dollar is likely to be positive.
Victor Shum of IHS Markit says the meeting today in Vienna between OPEC and its allies will likely reach a deal to raise the oil output.
John Carey of Amundi Pioneer says U.S. banks have had "trouble growing their assets" as the competition for loans intensifies.
Pakorn Peetathawatchai of the Stock Exchange of Thailand says he expects foreign fund inflows to rebound in the coming months with new companies listing in the market.
Guy Look of Sa Sa International says the retailer's global assortment of products gives it "a lot of grounds to play with" in mitigating any direct impact which could result from a possible trade war.
Alvin Liew of UOB says a change in consumer "mindset" is likely required for Japan's inflation outlook to improve.
Paul Triolo of Eurasia Group says President Trump probably needs ZTE to survive in order to "preserve" his ability to negotiate with China on other "contentious" issues.
Jonathan Garner of Morgan Stanley says a stronger dollar and trade tensions have "impacted" emerging market equities.