Investors should hold physical gold as a hedge in a market meltdown, some experts have advised, as equities continued their wild ride on Friday.» Read More
Kirk West, Asia CEO at Principal Global Investors, says it's time to reduce underweight calls on Asia, adding that he sees opportunities in North Asian markets such as Taiwan.
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Vandana Hari, Asia Editorial Director at Platts, says China-related woes and the weakening in Asian currencies against the dollar are weighing on the demand for crude oil.
Given that weak data are largely expected, Taiwan's central bank is more likely to cut interest rates if financial markets become more volatile, says Raymond Yeung, senior economist, Greater China at ANZ.
Wayne Peters, founder & CIO at Peters MacGregor Capital Management, explains why China's economy is "probably already in recession."
Japan's economy contracted in the second quarter despite the absence of natural disasters or economic issues, underscoring its fragility, says Takubi Okubo, principal and chief economist at japan Macro Advisors.
David Kuo, CEO of The Motley Fool Singapore, says the winning of a second term by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will ensure that quantitative easing in Japan continues.
David Kuo, CEO of The Motley Fool Singapore, says the Fed has to "get the [rate hike] out of the way" hence they are likely to go ahead with an interest-rate hike this month.
China's stock exchanges are planning to introduce a circuit breaker system to keep a lid on market volatility. CNBC's Emily Tan has more.
Asian shares mostly fell on Monday, as nervousness prevailed following China's wild swings and last Friday's sell-off on Wall Street.
Andrew Collier, MD of Orient Capital Research and Andy Rothman, investment strategist at Matthews Asia, discuss the odds of further stock-market intervention in China.
Andy Rothman, investment strategist at Matthews Asia, says the policy confusion regarding the Chinese yuan is "disturbing."
On a year-on-year basis, the Shanghai Composite is outperforming the S&P 500 index, says Andy Rothman, investment strategist at Matthews Asia.
Richard Jerram, chief economist at the Bank of Singapore, says the wild rides in China's financial markets are undermining the confidence that people have in the policymakers.
David Gaud, senior portfolio manager at Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management, outlines the factors that will likely weigh on China's economic data in the near term.
Richard Jerram, chief economist at the Bank of Singapore, says the Fed may delay policy tightening "by a little longer " to ensure that financial markets remain stable.
Jonathan Barratt, chief investment officer at Ayers Alliance Securities, says recent volatility suggests that the market is trying to find a base hence commodity traders may want to start adopting long positions.
Joe Hockey, Treasurer of Australia, says weakness in the mining sector will likely be offset by Chinese investment in Australia's property sector.
Andrew Su, CEO of Compass Global Markets, says the weakness in the Aussie dollar is an "overreaction" to China-related woes and expects the currency to hit 75 U.S. cents in the following weeks.
Tristan Camp, investment specialist at Legg Mason, expects the Fed to delay raising interest rates until October or December due to factors such as the recent market turmoil.
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