Nomura Australia's Andrew Ticehurst says the AUD/USD pair should be below $0.70, but it is unlikely that the RBA will cut rates.
Investors will start to buy into the Hong Kong market after the HK-Shenzhen stock connect scheme is announced, says Bank of Communications Intl's Hao Hong.
A Fed rate increase is not a negative for markets, because it's coming from a low base, says BNP Paribas Investment Partners' Arthur Kwong.
ANZ's Devika Mehndiratta explains that a new Reserve Bank of India governor would not be able to deviate too far from Raghuram Rajan's policy framework.
Albright Stonebridge Group's Amy Celico says the Obama administration would like stronger U.S.-China cooperation on global issues such as climate change.
State Street Global Advisors' Thomas Poullaouec explains that he is positioned in high-yields and REITs, until after the volatility in June is over.
Asia markets were up Tuesday following Wall Street's higher close ahead of rate decisions from the Reserve Bank of Australia and the Reserve Bank of India.
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The Fed will most likely hike once in September, and if economic data hols up there could be another increase in December, notes UBS' Dominic Schnider.
The Fed is data-dependent, so higher rates could actually instill some confidence in the economy, says Janus Capital's Adam Schor
Investors be warned, there are plenty of downside risks coming up, says Taurus Family Office's John Lilley, who also shares some hedging strategies.
If the South China Sea dispute comes down to an actual confrontation, the Chinese might be held hostage to the artificial islands they've built in the area, says Stratfor's Rodger Baker.
Partners Capital International's Ronald Wan expects Chinese markets to face a correction as speculators buy in on hopes of an A-share MSCI inclusion.
After the conflicting May NFPs, the Fed will have to monitor other economic data to decide on whether to hike, notes Kim Eng Securities' Willie Chan.
Switzerland is currently not affected by any drastic labor market changes and it also does not need a welfare system overhaul, says Columbia University's Andy Stern.
Not only is China's industrial overcapacity a serious problem for the world, it's also a key topic where the U.S. and China can mutually agree on, explains Scott Kennedy from CSIS.
A July Fed hike might still be on the cards if nonfarm payrolls pick up next month, says Principal Global Investors' Binay Chandgothia.
Asian markets were mostly lower Monday, as the yen strengthens and investors digest the weaker U.S. nonfarm payrolls released last Friday.
The Fed won't find two windows of opportunity to hike rates this year, which will undermine the dollar in the short-term, notes Westpac's Robert Rennie.
Structural issues such as excess capacity in Chinese industrial sectors are likely to dominate the two-day meeting instead of politically sensitive topics like currency, explains Tim Adams of the IIF.
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