If a Brexit does happen, the USD/JPY pair could easily fall below 100 levels and even touch 95, notes BAML FX Strategist Shusuke Yamada.
U.K. citizens will likely change their Brexit votes at the last moment to keep things at status quo, reckons Insead's Antonio Fatas.
Huntington Bank CIO John Augustine says markets will remain hostage to the Brexit opinion polls until a decision has been reached.
Former Fed Governor Robert Heller explains how the Fed's sustained low interest rates could lead to a potential U.S. recession.
ECA International's Lee Quane shares the latest findings and trends from the 2016 "Cost of Living" Report.
The Fed's decision to stand pat might take the pressure off the dollar and support risk appetite, notes CCB Intl Securities' Mark Jolley.
The Yamaha MotoBot is an autonomous motorcycle-riding robot that can eventually ride up to speeds of 200km per hour. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi reports.
The Indonesian central bank had telegraphed an easing bias in May and could cut rates again Thursday, says HSBC's Andre De Silva.
The recovery in the commodities market would be key for the outlook of emerging markets, notes Highland Capital Management's Mark Okada.
Highland Capital Management's Mark Okada explains that underlying the Brexit vote are concerns about trade, immigration and over-regulation.
Disney Imagineer Xu Chang shares how the character Captain Jack Sparrow features in the newly opened Shanghai Disneyland.
Asian markets were mixed Thursday after the Fed's decision to keep interest rates steady.
The World Health Organization isn't painting the full picture about the Zika virus risk in Brazil, claims NYU Clinical Associate Professor Lee Igel.
U.S. Global Investors' Frank Holmes explains that gold prices rise when countries have negative rates because it is the ultimate global currency.
Former Fed Governor Robert Heller argues that there's no reason why the Fed policymakers should be concerned with the Brexit.
Uber Chief Business Officer Emil Michael says that developing markets are more open to embrace new modes of transportation than developed countries.
China has some ways to go with market reforms and easing of capital controls before it can be included in the MSCI, notes Ample Capital's Alex Wong.
The Orlando shooting and Brexit risks have caused a flight to safety, which will drive gold prices higher in the near-term, says Investec AM's Tom Nelson.
LGT Capital Partners' Mikio Kumada explains why MSCI's decisions to include Pakistan and exclude China will not affect his investment strategy.
Airbnb is in talks with regulators as many of Asia's home-sharing laws are decades-old and need to be more progressive, says Airbnb's Julian Persaud.
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