TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1 EAST LANSING, United States- Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans speaks on current economic conditions and monetary policy before the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce Economic Club Luncheon- 1745 GMT. LONDON- Bank of England announces the results of this year's bank stress tests and publishes Financial Stability...» Read More
The International Monetary Fund warned the Bank of Japan will take longer than it expects to hit its inflation target even with more monetary easing, and said "bolder" reforms are required.
One year after Thailand's coup, politics may have stabilized, but investors are cautious amid doubts over when the military junta might relinquish power.
Mark Schwartz, vice chairman of Goldman Sachs Group, likes the "confidence and inspiration" of China's leaders who are pushing through political and structural reforms.
Rob Dobson, senior economist at Markit, says that China's latest manufacturing PMI data demonstrates that its stimulus measures aren't taking effect yet.
Signs that China's reforms may be paying off have sprung up in Hangzhou, where a booming tech and software sector has fired up the local economy.
Stories that begin with central banks easing bank lending requirements don't often end happily, but Indonesia may dodge creating a credit bubble.
A wave of equity issuance may cap the market's upside moving forward, but it could also play to the benefit of bond holders, says Michael Kelly, managing director, global head of Asset Allocation at Pinebridge Investments.
Takuji Okubo, principal and chief economist at Japan Macro Advisors, explains why he's not worried about Japan's economic outlook over the next two years.
Almost exactly a year after Narendra Modi's election, some Indian market-watchers are getting impatient for better days.
Santitarn Sathirathai, head of Southeast Asia and India Economics Research at Credit Suisse, says a rate cut on Tuesday will be premature amid rising inflation and expectations that the Fed will delay the rise in interest rates.
Viktor Shvets, head of Strategy Research, Asia at Macquarie, expects the surge in Chinese stocks to continue as the country remains in the early stages of fiscal and monetary easing.
Deyi Tan, ASEAN economist at Morgan Stanley, does not expect a V-shaped recovery for Thailand due to factors such as falling exports and a lack of aggressive fiscal policy.
Jonathan Brodsky, managing director at Advisory Research, explains his bullish outlook for Japan's stock markets.
Tai Hui, chief Asia market strategist at J.P. Morgan Funds, outlines the factors that will likely take Japanese equities higher.
Foreign flows, investors using borrowed money to buy equities and a taste for new public offerings have aided a mega-rally in Chinese stocks in 2015.
Peter Thal Larsen, Asia editor for Reuters Breakingviews, talks about the extraordinary rise in Chinese mainland stocks and IPOs.
Frank Chen, head of Research, China at CBRE, says a relaxation of tax rules and down payment requirements, alongside policy easing measures, helped to stabilize China's property market.
Kobsidthi Silpachai, head of Capital Markets Research at Kasikornbank, outlines the weaknesses in Thailand's domestic economy.
Jeffrey Halley, head of Trading, Asia at Saxo Capital Markets, says below-view data will likely keep the Thai bath on the back foot and advises investors to short the currency against the euro or the yen.
Fraser Howie, managing director at Newedge, expects Beijing to unveil more stimulus to prop up its stumbling economy, which will translate into more upside for the liquidity-driven stock market.