Investors are under the impression that the Fed will always have their backs, says ATAC Beta and Inflation Rotation Mutual Funds' Michael Gayed.
Gold prices rallied after the Fed held interest rates, but this rally may well be the last in the short term, one gold pro says.
Sustainable Energy for All's Rachel Kyte says the Paris climate agreement had taken a bottom-up approach with each country proposing their own plans.
Investors are paying more attention to Hong Kong's expensive new economy stocks instead of looking at the banks, says Noah Holdings's William Ma.
Policymakers should step up and do more on the fiscal front in order to stimulate growth, says HSBC's Herald van der Linde.
AXA IM-Real Assets CEO Pierre Vaquier says the firm has started to expand in the U.S. and mature Asian markets such as Japan and Australia.
Gold has to stop rallying every time the Fed defers raising rates because rates will eventually be hiked, says CEF Holdings' Warren Gilman.
The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report's Marc Faber says central bankers are not creating a favorable outcome in the long-term by printing more money.
Asian shares opened higher on Thursday, as investors digested news of the Federal Reserve holding off hiking rates on Wednesday.
In the past four years, Mylan has raised the EpiPen's price far more than the increase in the cost of goods, says Rodman & Renshaw's Raghuram Selvaraju.
The Fed will have a one-and-done rate hike in December or early in 2017 which should cap dollar's strength, says Compass Global Markets' Tony Boyadjian.
Asset bubbles pose risks when the underlying assets are supported by debt, explains Northern Trust Asset Management's Jim McDonald.
Former Fed governor Randy Kroszner says it'll make little difference to the real economy whether the Fed moves in September or December.
CNBC's Emily Tan demonstrates how big a microflat actually is in Hong Kong, which has some of the most expensive real estate globally.
IATA's Alexandre De Juniac says the airline industry is doing well because of increased traffic, low oil prices and restructuring in the airline sector.
Fitch Ratings' Sabine Bauer says Hong Kong banks face growing risks by lending across the border and by having exposure tied to China's yuan volatility.
Bank Julius Baer's Mark Matthews says the BOJ wants to guide dollar/yen up, because current levels offer little profit growth for companies.
Mizuho Research Institute's Kazuo Momma says it's not the lack of monetary stimulus in Japan keeping inflation elusive, but the lack of consumer confidence.
Expect increased yen volatility ahead of the BOJ announcements and its comprehensive monetary policy assessment, says Commonwealth Bank's Elias Haddad.
Expect the BOJ to coordinate action with Japan's central government, says Heizo Takenaka, former Japanese Minister of State for Economic and Fiscal Policy.
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