The fact that the renminbi has weakened against a basket of currencies in recent months indicates Chinese authorities want to engineer gradual depreciation, notes Gareth Berry of Macquarie, » Read More
Brian Kloss, portfolio manager at Brandywine Global, explains that the credit market is very focused on the monetary policy divergence.
It will take three FOMC meetings before investors can anticipate the pace of the Fed's tightening cycle, says Doug Gordon, senior portfolio manager for tactical asset allocation strategies at Russell Investments.
Asian equities closed mostly lower on Monday, as investors remain focused on the mid-week decision from the Fed.
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Mohammed Apabhai, head of APAC trading strategies at Citi, says markets are trying to come to grips with weaker oil, fallout in high-yield bonds and pressure on the renminbi.
Francis Cheung, head of China and Hong Kong strategy at CLSA says the PBOC's switching of the renminbi targeting to a basket of currencies will likely see the yuan under pressure in near term.
Kathy Matsui, MD and chief Japan strategist at Goldman Sachs Japan, says the long slide in oil, perception of weak global demand and Fed-ticipation all play into today's sell-off in equity markets.
Markets are on the same page as Janet Yellen and the Fed team when it comes to increasing interest rates this week, says Benjamin Pedley, head of investment strategy for Asia, at HSBC Private Bank.
Benjamin Pedley, head of investment strategy for Asia, at HSBC Private Bank, says investors are looking for new, big fiscal and monetary stimulus moves from Beijing.
The renminbi could weaken initially against G3 currencies, then strengthen by the end of 2016, says Adrian Mowat, chief Asian and EM equity strategist at JPMorgan.
Adrian Mowat, MD and chief Asian and EM equity strategist at JPMorgan, says the fall in oil prices make a lot of reasonable lending decisions seem like bad investments.
Lee Quane, regional director for Asia at ECA International, discusses findings that reveal the world's most expensive cities for expats.
Matt Barrie, chief executive and chairman at Freelancer.com, discusses news of Atlassian's Nasdaq trading debut and the Australian tech boom.
The oil price slump is not due to a fall in demand, but really a supply-side problem so central bankers shouldn't be worried, explains Sean Darby, global head of equity strategy at Jefferies
Christine Loh, Hong Kong's Under Secretary for the Environment, says it's the first time hundreds of countries are so close to finalizing an agreement to combat climate change.
The coal industry that has been China's lifeblood now faces a cloudy future, as authorities vow to reduce carbon emissions.
Christine Short, VP of Estimize, discusses the key issues for Yum Brands' shareholders meeting, such as 2016 profit guidance and the China business spin-off.
A more gradual Fed rates tightening will be a much better backdrop for equity markets, says Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist and SVP at Charles Schwab.
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Francis Lun, CEO of GEO Securities and Paul Lau, partner at KPMG China, discuss the latest developments in China's stock market, such as the new registration system for IPOs.
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