Jeffrey Kleintop, chief global investment strategist at Charles Schwab, says Japanese earnings will improve because of pro-growth initiatives, among other factors.» Read More
Markets have moved very far, very fast, and many sectors and indices are now in classic overbought territory.
The Fed has inflated a bubble and that's going to damp market returns, perma-bear Marc Faber, publisher of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, told CNBC.
Asian stocks fell on Monday, as investors digested a private survey which showed China's manufacturing sector remaining in a tough spot.
Wayne Gordon, commodities and FX strategist at UBS, explains why he thinks the yen's movements were surprising - especially as BoJ's QE program didn't pick up.
The Bank of Japan's decision to leave monetary policy unchanged pushed the yen up on Friday.
Asian shares traded mixed on Friday, following the BOJ's decision and as child care-related firms got a boost from China's policy change.
Elias Haddad, a senior currency strategist at Commonwealth Bank, reckons the yen will experience volatility during BOJ governor Haruhiko Kuroda's press conference.
Simon Grose-Hodge, head of investment advisory at LGT Bank Singapore, says the BOJ still has some time to decide on easing, as GDP numbers are due in November.
Johanna Chua, Citi's head of Asia economics and market analysis, thinks Japan's growth is still very disappointing and inflation remains below target.
Positive data, such as strong industrial output, makes it unlikely the BOJ will move on stimulus, says Takuji Okubo, principal and chief economist at Japan Macro Advisors.
The Bank of Japan may confound the chorus of analysts calling for further easing at its policy meeting Friday.
Asian stocks mostly fell on Thursday, after the Fed signaled that a December rate hike was still on the table.
Roger Bridges, global rates and currency strategist at NIkko Asset Management, says the dollar, already higher on the back of the Fed statement, could strengthen again if the ECB or BOJ decide to ease further.
Lena Teoh, head of asset allocation for Asia Pacific at Credit Suisse, says Asian markets are ready for a Fed rate hike in December.
Ron Napier, head of Napier Investment Advisors, says the Bank of Japan will hold on easing because its $660 billion bond-buying program is sufficiently large.
Jesper Bargmann, head of trading for Asia at Nordea, and Kelvin Tay, MD and regional CIO for southern APAC at UBS Wealth Management, discuss the probability of a Fed rate hike in a volatile global economy.
Japan's industrial output rose 1 percent on-month in September, suggesting the economy is emerging from the doldrums.
Greg Gibbs, director at Amplifying GFX Capital, thinks the strength of the greenback will push back a Fed rate hike to 2016.
Investors have been cautious while waiting on market-moving events this week, explains Andrew Sullivan, MD of sales trading at Haitong International Securities.
The dollar dipped on Monday although an improvement in risk appetite after China's monetary easing limited the losses.