Investors believe that central banks will step in and inject liquidity to prevent any financial crisis, says Wells Fargo Advantage Funds' Margaret Patel.
Asian shares were positive in early trade with the Nikkei up 1.28 percent despite weaker than expected May retail sales.
One strategist reckons it'd take a big, new post-Brexit shock to push gold higher, another says it'll hit $1,400 regardless.
CNBC's Bernie Lo engages Jia Jia, a Chinese-speaking humanoid robot, in some friendly banter on the sidelines of the WEF Tianjin.
Dragon Capital CIO Bill Stoops explains that the London Stock Exchange is still world-class with over 520 investment trusts and a wide investor base.
JPMorgan Asset Management's Michael Falcon says investors need to be diversified and take a longer-term view instead of just reacting to events.
JPMorgan AM's Michael Falcon says the period of volatility will extend a while longer as markets had not anticipated the Brexit outcome.
As the effectiveness of monetary policy wanes, governments are likely to do more on the fiscal policy front, reckons Schroders' Patrick Brenner.
The fundamental lack of housing supply in London will support the property market, says JLL's Anthony Couse.
JLL's Anthony Couse says investors are taking a wait-and-see approach while the U.K.'s commercial and residential property markets face uncertainty.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske says Singapore's inclusion in the program could mean less time spent at the airport.
U.S. equities are attractive because the country only has about 3 percent of its trade exposed to the U.K., says UBS' Adrian Zuercher.
Asian markets opened lower Tuesday, following U.S. and European markets' lower closes as investors grapple with Brexit uncertainty.
According to estimates, every 10-yen drop could hit operating profits growth by 4-5 percentage points, explains Goldman Sachs Japan's Kathy Matsui.
Goldman Sachs's Kathy Matsui says Japanese currency intervention would carry political risks and might not be effective in any case.
Gold has performed well but investors have to reset their expectations of the uncertainty premium, says Stifel's Hans Olsen.
The U.K. still has to serve a formal notice to the European Union before any Brexit negotiations can commence, says Linklaters' Clara Ingen-Housz.
The PBOC is likely to take a step back and allow the yuan to weaken against the yen and greenback, says Tsinghua University's Li Daokui.
China's economy is big enough to withstand the Brexit and it has a well-balanced portfolio of outbound investments, says Tsinghua University's Li Daokui.
South Korea Finance Minister Yoo Il-Ho says South Korea is ready to do whatever is necessary to preserve stability.
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