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The Pain Report's Jonathan Pain expects the BOJ to increase purchases of equity ETFs, but not cut interest rates further.
Post-Brexit, central banks around the world have come up with suggestions of even more stimulus policies, says The Pain Report's Jonathan Pain.
Asian markets rise Wednesday, with Nikkei surging 1 percent on expectations of further easing from the BOJ.
Twitter Power 3.0 author Joel Comm says the Periscope acquisition combined with the sporting deals will ultimately turn Twitter into a broadcast network.
Apple is significantly underappreciated and the market needs to give the stock a better multiple, shares Drexel Hamilton's Brian White.
One of the indicators of rising sentiment is that financial bloggers are very bullish, says James Advantage Funds President Barry James.
Kiwoom Securities' Daniel Yoo says investors should buy SK Hynix at the price target of KW 36,000 because chip demand is picking up.
China's new economy stocks are growing faster than Nasdaq stocks yet are at lower valuations, says Enhanced Investment Products' Tobias Bland.
Brexit has limited direct impact on Asia, which still has a strong growth story intact, says Manulife AM Global Market Strategist Geoff Lewis.
U.S. economic figures have improved, but the lack of strong labor market data remains an issue, says Manulife Asset Management's Geoff Lewis.
CNBC's Martin Soong reports on how some working parents juggle their careers and parenting, as Asia faces demographic challenges.
Control Risks' Andrew Gilholm says China will continue to vocalize that it rejects the tribunal's ruling as top U.S. officials visit Asia.
Asian markets open lower Tuesday after Wall Street's negative close.
The loose monetary policy environment and rising earnings are conducive factors for upside in stock markets, says Macquarie WM's Martin Lakos.
It might not be Marissa Mayer's choice to remain or leave Yahoo, says S&P Global Market Intelligence's Scott Kessler.
The Fed will need more positive economic data before it starts ramping up hawkish rhetoric and raise rates, says TJM Institutional Services' Jim Iuorio.
U.S. equities look attractive and have further upside, especially with global debt at negative yield, says TJM Institutional Services' Jim Luorio.
Citi's Mohammed Apabhai explains that dollar strength will lead to a continued devaluation of the yuan, which then will put pressure on bond markets.
Saxo Bank's Steen Jakobsen says China's advantage is that its productivity levels can be improved through market liberalization reforms.
Countries need to start implementing fiscal policies that promote productivity, which is at an all-time low, says Saxo Bank's Chief Economist Steen Jakobsen.
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