Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson, talks about the company's quarterly results and provides insight into its growth strategy.
AB Mendez, Frost Investment Advisors, talks about Starbuck's strategy in China and growth strategy.
The country likes when other markets are open to China, but the same can't be said for the reverse, says Simon Baptist, chief economist at the EIU.
Paul Gambles of MBMG Group points to the fall in the global credit impulse as a sign that equity markets are poised for a severe correction.
Richard Yu, CEO CBG at Huawei, says the smartphone maker wants to bring greater value-add in terms of design and experience to users in the high-end segment.
Despite some improvements, the debt overhang in the Chinese banking sector remains a concern, says Qiang Liao, S&P Global Ratings.
While a shorter list of segments foreign investors can't enter would have been welcome, it's a step in the right direction, says Simone Pohl of the German Industry and Commerce Shanghai.
But there could be potential headwinds in 2018 as competition grows, especially from e-commerce, says Joseph Berger, CEO of Pacific Epoch.
Stephanie Link, TIAA Investments, and Will Slabugh, Stephens Inc, react to Starbucks missing on the top line and the announcement it will close all Teavana retail stores.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.