Japan's fiscal stimulus policy will have to be more than what the market has priced in, says Pimco's Global Strategic Advisor Rich Clarida.
Asian markets open near flat on Monday, while Japanese markets are shut on account of Marine Day.
Stratfor's Reva Goujon says Erdagan will likely push for constitutional reforms that will augment presidential powers and eliminate dissenters.
Given continued Brexit uncertainty political instability in Turkey, investors will likely head to Asia, expects ANZ Research's Khoon Goh.
Eastspring Investments' Nicholas Ferres says the Japanese market is the second cheapest globally, with an estimated 40 percent cash-earnings yield.
Robert Amsterdam, who had represented the Turkish government in its 2015 civil suit against Gulen, says Turkish authorities have sufficient evidence.
Turkey offers an opportunity even at current valuations because of its strong growth potential, says Eastspring Investments' Nicholas Ferres.
The best candidate for policy continuity would be someone from within the Reserve Bank of India, reckons DBS Economist Radhika Rao.
It will difficult for China to continue at a growth rate of 6.5 percent through to 2020, says UBS Wealth Management's Yifan Hu.
Investors should pay more attention to more forward-looking data such as retail sales and fixed asset investment, says CLSA's Francis Cheung.
Chinese policymakers might react with an interest rate cut if property investment slows, says CLSA's Francis Cheung.
Hilltop Securities' Mark Grant says the amount of inflows going into bond markets will push U.S. 10-year Treasurys down to 1.25 percent by year-end.
It's not just Brexit. Wild swings in financial markets due to stimulus measures are spurring Japanese consumers to snap up gold.
Hilltop Securities' Mark Grant says his own calculations place China's actual GDP growth at around 2.5 percent.
It's not the first time that Japan will pull the fiscal trigger, and the impact will diminishes each time, says Standard Chartered's Clive McDonnell.
China's second-half GDP is likely to rise up to 6.8 percent with support from more fiscal stimulus, says Standard Chartered's Clive McDonnell.
Dual listings are usually hard to orchestrate, but Line should be able to perform well in Japan, says Renaissance Capital's Kathleen Smith.
Asian markets opened higher Friday, while messaging app Line made its debut on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
JPMorgan has used its excess deposits to increase its loan portfolio, which will drive net interest margins up, says Rafferty Capital's Richard Bove.
The odds are high that the Bank of England will move in August, says Federated Investors' Steve Auth.
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