BlackRock's Rick Rieder says investors who want to diversify their portfolios can look to emerging markets such as Indonesia and India.
HSBC and Standard Chartered are fundamentally affected by Brexit and have further downside risks, says Ample Capital's Alex Wong.
Duterte is pragmatic enough to know that he needs the private sector involved in the Philippine's infrastructure reforms, says Invesco's Jalil Rasheed.
While Brexit's impact on Asia might be limited, it will affect Asian financial centers such as Hong Kong and Singapore the most, says Jefferies' Sean Darby.
Brexit will affect EU's collective action by impacting sanctions, counter-terrorism and border control, says Deloitte Global's Jack Midgley.
It shows that U.S. banks aren't in trouble and have high capital levels which they can return to shareholders, says Rafferty Capital's Dick Bove.
Some of the EM buying opportunities are in China services sector and Southeast Asia's agricultural sector, says Capital Link Intl's Uwe Parpart.
Asian markets were positive in early trade Thursday, following the close in U.S. and European markets.
Brexit will have severe trade implications for Germany, which has a $50 billion euros trade surplus with the U.K., says HSBC's Fabio Balboni.
The Fed will not be raising rates this year, so U.S. banks won't be earning more on net interest margins, says Wedbush Equity Mgmt's Steve Massocca.
The benefits of the ECFA deal for Taiwan are slowly diminishing as China's growth slows, says Syaru Shirley Lin, author of Taiwan's China Dilemma.
The new Taiwanese president Tsai Ing-wen will not likely jeopardize economic ties with China, says Henderson Global Investors' Sat Duhra.
Credit Suisse PBWM's John Woods says he will stay overweight on investment-grade dollar-denominated credit until there is further clarity on Brexit.
Moody's Investors Service's Srikanth Vadlamani explains that consolidation of Indian state banks might create larger risks than benefits.
Competitive Enterprise Institute's Iain Murray says the British citizens had grown resentful of the way the EU interfered with their affairs.
The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report's Marc Faber advises all investors hold some gold for the long term.
The global economy was already slowing and Brexit just exacerbated the problem, says The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report's Marc Faber.
Europacifica Consulting's Naomi Fink says she expects Bank of Japan and Ministry of Finance to tackle the existing currency volatility.
CSIS' Heather Conley says there is no immediate threat to the EU, but there is a growing dynamic of populist and nationalist political parties.
Société Générale's Klaus Baader says Ireland is now the new English-speaking gateway into the European market.
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