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White House jitters and Barcelona terror attack weigh on Asian shares

Asia markets were pressured after U.S. markets sold off on uncertainty over the Trump administration's ability to follow through on policy.

Source: CNBC.com

Southeast Asia is a great destination for e-commerce firms: Banker

Melvyn Low, head of Treasury & Trade Solutions, Citi, ASEAN & SG, says firms sucha s Alibaba and Amazon recognize the e-commerce potential in Southeast Asia.

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Japan and the US step up ties

Michael Auslin, fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, outlines how the two countries are deepening defense ties in view of developments in North Korea.

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Hard to keep a steady narrative on the dollar: Strategist

The dollar narrative changed from upbeat at the start of the week to downbeat by the end, says Sean Callow, senior currency strategist, Westpac Bank.

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'Complacent' markets were 'long due for a fall'

"Complacent" global markets were "long due for a fall," said Hugh Young of Aberdeen Asset Management, following a slump in U.S. and Asia equities.

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With robots, our productivity grew 50%, customer satisfaction rose 25%: Hotel VP

Ian Wilson of integrated casino resort Marina Bay Sands on how MBS plans to continue using robots to boost productivity and improve customer service.

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Wal-Mart doing better, but Amazon pressure remains: Analyst

Wal-Mart's results show good execution, but Amazon competition relentless, says Jeremy Bowman, consumer goods analyst, The Motley Fool.

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Hard to protect against attacks like in Barcelona: Analyst

No easy way to protect against vehicle attacks in public spaces, says Seth Jones, director of the International Security and Defense Policy Center, RAND Corporation.

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We remain 'constructive' on U.S. equity risk markets: CIO

We're "constructive" on U.S. equities, but Trump economic agenda a wild card, says Bill Northey, chief investment officer, U.S. Bank Private Client Group.

Source: CNBC.com

Alibaba's aggressive new expansion plans

Ronald Wan of Partners Capital International weighs in on the tech giant's $1.1 billion investment in Indonesian retailer Tokopedia.

Source: CNBC.com