Cheap valuations and decent yields are helping Brazilian stocks and bonds, according to JJ Feldman of Miracle Mile Advisors.
Fundamentals remain weak but low valuations and a stable renminbi could spark some upside, notes Alexander Lee of DBS Vickers Securities.
Japan, India and Vietnam are interesting markets worth looking at, explains William Ma of Noah Holdings (Hong Kong).
Frank Lavin of Export Now explains how Donald Trump's offensive language convinced him to vote for Democrats for the first time in his life.
Don't expect any movement on the deal until the U.S. elections are done, warns Frank Lavin of Export Now.
A strong yen, earthquakes and supply chain issues affected the automaker's recent earnings, explained IHS Automotive's Stephanie Brinley.
BOE financing is all well and good but a lack of demand remains the fundamental problem, notes John Silvia of Wells Fargo Securities.
Fed governors want to hike rates before the economy gets worse, notes Kumar Palghat of Kapstream Capital.
Kumar Palghat of Kapstream Capital discusses how lower interest rates can lead to higher savings, instead of more consumption.
Asian equities climbed higher on Friday following the BOE's rate cut, with traders looking ahead to July U.S. nonfarm payrolls report.
Brazil didn't really see any impact from the World Cup so it's unlikely the country will significantly benefit from the Games, notes Italo Lombardi of Standard Chartered Bank.
Gus Faucher at PNC explains why overall employment growth this year has slowed from the previous year.
There's a better balance between supply and demand in oil markets right now, making stocks like Baker Hughes appealing, according to David Dietze of Point View Wealth Management.
David Dietze of Point View Wealth Management notes that while the BOE's actions will help the U.K. economy, eroding confidence remains a problem.
Morningstar's Richard Hilgert explains the difference between aspirational and "mass-pirational" in the luxury auto market.
Dean at INSEAD's Ilian Mihov discusses recent data points that could influence the central bank's outlook.
Negative rates and radical political parties are clouding Europe's outlook, warns INSEAD's Mihov.
Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities explains why he's bearish on the Chinese economy and earnings.
The new appointment underlines Japan's desire to revive the constitution, notes Stratfor's Rodger Baker.
Against a backdrop of uncertain monetary and fiscal policies, gold is a good investment, notes Viktor Shvets of Macquarie Securities Group.
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