Fundstrat Global Advisors' Thomas Lee says since 1950, there hasn't been an external recession that significantly impacted the U.S.
It is crucial that the U.K. and the EU come to a good arrangement so that the Brexit impact is minimized, says AIIB President Jin Liqun.
The RBA might not necessarily signal an easing bias in its July's statement in order to cut rates in August, says Nomura Australia's Andrew Ticehurst.
AIIB President Jin Liqun says the bank will have close to 90 members by next year and it welcomes Hong Kong's application to become a member.
CBRC's Andrew Sheng says he is confident that global markets will be able to withstand any potential Brexit-related liquidity shocks.
JPMorgan's James Sullivan says falling global bond yields and expectations of the Fed to delay hiking sets the stage for continued EM outperformance.
There's clear strength in China's services PMI relative to its manufacturing PMI as it makes its economic transition, says JPMorgan's James Sullivan.
Hong Kong's IPO activity will continue its strong trend, with a focus on listings in the financial services in H2, says PwC Hong Kong's Eddie Wong.
China Banking Regulatory Commission's Andrew Sheng says the liquidity provided is to ensure China's unprecedented transition is a smooth process.
There are good investing opportunities in the previously oversold Japanese market and U.S. banks, notes Manulife Asset Management's Geoff Lewis.
Asian shares were mixed Tuesday as investors awaited the Reserve Bank of Australia's rate decision.
The RBA will likely wait until Q2 CPI figures come out before it reassesses interest rates, says Compass Global Markets' Tony Boyadjian.
The deal will likely gain approval but there are concerns that the merger will not be a success post-Brexit, says City University London's Scott Moeller.
The inventory-to-sales ratio, initial claims and inbound cargo data at the Port of Long Beach show signs of softness, says Credit Suisse PB's Sailesh Jha.
U.K. and European banks account for a significant amount of bank lending in Asia, explains Credit Suisse Private Banking's Sailesh Jha.
Australian shares rose, shrugging off uncertainty over its inconclusive election outcome, to join a continuing post-Brexit rally across Asia markets.
Gold prices may hit all-time highs in the next 18 months amid low global bond yields, a fund manager told CNBC on Monday.
Fitch Ratings's Andrew Colquhoun says an Australia's credit rating downgrade remains unlikely, but near-term risks include elevated housing prices.
The decline in bond yields presents a good opportunity for high-yield stocks in emerging markets, says CCB International Securities' Mark Jolley.
Fed hike is off the table this year which means emerging markets might be more comfortable to cut rates, reckons Aviva Investors' Mary Nicola.