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.
After a slow start, reforms are now going in the right direction, says the country's former trade minister Mari Pangestu.
The past quarter has indicated economic stabilization but non-performing loans remain problematic, says DBS Bank CEO Piyush Gupta.
While GDP and data points have been strong, the region's migration issues and bank leverage are worrisome factors, warns DBS Bank's Piyush Gupta.
Gold is an asset that has negative yield, which doesn't make it a wise buy, according to PineBridge Investments' Markus Schomer.
China and Japan are boasting strong growth potential, which sets a good tone for the rest of Asia, ntoes Markus Schomer from PineBridge Investments.
Asia markets opened higher on Thursday, following a small rebound in U.S. stocks after oil prices rose.
Annalisa Jeffries of Platts notes that strong Chinese demand has led to a turnaround for the commodity.
Daniel Sparks of The Motley Fool explains why Tesla needs to move to profitability faster in order to secure confidence from investors.
Despite recent market pullbacks, Robert Luna of SureVest Wealth Management explains why still likes equities.
Investors will be questioning what the outlook is for Standard Chartered and HSBC following the Brexit vote, notes Ivan Li of Tung Shing Securities.
The BOJ will ease again if inflation declines further, notes Columbia University's Takatoshi Ito.
Recent PMIs around the world reveal global growth is picking up, notes Kerry Craig of J.P. Morgan Asset Management
Jun Saito from the Japan Center for Economic Research believes the BOJ will have to expand QQE in the near future.
Soren Aandahl of Glaucus Research Group notes that the Japanese firm has three material accounting issues, and warns that Itochu's record profits are merely a mirage.
The IMF's Luc Everaert warns that the latest fiscal stimulus package is only one part of a broader reform package.
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