U.S. bank earnings are largely to be in line with expectations but Wells Fargo is in a different situation, says Gerard Cassidy, MD at RBC Capital Markets.
The Crown Prince's decision to delay the succession should be taken at face value as he mourns with the nation, says Christian Lewis, associate at Eurasia Group.
The mood is somber as the people of Thailand mourn the death of the 88-year-old King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who died after a 70 year reign.
U.S. markets will be driven by election and Fed rumors till Nov. 8, with markets expecting a rate hike in December, says Adviser Investments' Jim Lowell.
Sony's relatively cheaper PlayStation VR could swing the momentum in its favor as the battle in the VR space intensifies.
The end of tax holidays could lead to a slowdown in momentum but China remains the world's largest car market, says J.D. Power and Associates' Mohit Arora.
Apple is reinforcing its presence in China as it attempts to take advantage of the rising middle class, says Tim Bajarin, president at Creative Strategies.
External scrutiny on the Chinese economy is always high despite Chinese consumers are feeling optimistic, says Marco Polo Pure AM's Mitch Presnick.
The Chinese economy today is well-coordinated and on the right track, says Marco Polo Pure AM's Mitch Presnick.
Samsung might have temporarily solved the problem with customers but not with phone carriers, says Hank Morris, adviser at Argentarius Group.
Japan and China have contributed the most to HNWI wealth growth in Asia, says Capgemini's David Wilson.
Capgemini's David Wilson explains why high net worth individuals trust wealth management firms more but are less likely to allocate assets to them.
EMs need better trade figures and stronger economic growth to convince investors of a turnaround, says Jens Nystedt, portfolio manager at Morgan Stanley IM.
Asian markets open mixed, with the Nikkei and Kospi in the green but the ASX down by 0.5 percent.
Technology, content and services differentiate the Sony PlayStation VR from other VR players, says Lewis Ward, research manager at IDC.
OPEC doesn't have a good track record in implementing oil production cuts but tough times call for tough measures, says Bernstein's Neil Beveridge.
John Stumpf's retirement will give Wells Fargo the chance to regain trust among customers, says Eric Marshall, co-portfolio manager at Hodges Small Cap Fund
With oil prices around $50 again, expect profit-taking in markets until the Shenzhen Connect comes online, says Haitong International Securities' Kevin Leung.
Yum China's sales were dismal but analysts appear to like the greater transparency the spin-off created, says MoneyMorning.com's D.R. Barton.
The PBOC's long-term depreciation policy will be a gradual process, says Union Bancaire Privée's Mark McFarland.