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Gold fell on Thursday as global equities stayed in positive territory after the Bank of England (BoE) surprised investors.
December is the more likely timing if Fed chair Janet Yellen is serious about raising rates at least once in 2016, says OCBC's Selena Ling.
Whether or not Japan calls in the helicopters, an expected blast of fiscal and monetary easing will bring down the high-flying yen.
Japan will roll out the first fiscal stimulus package, paving the way for other countries, says AB's Vadim Zlotnikov.
The dollar falls while the Bank of Canada announced that it will hold interest rates.
The USD/JPY will likely be capped at 106.4 because further stimulus won't keep yen weak in the long-term, says Compass Global Market's Tony Boyadjian.
Japan will likely release details of a new coordinated stimulus package which combines monetary and fiscal policy, expects Macquarie's Gareth Berry.
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Asset manager BlackRock is not excited about all-time highs in U.S. stocks.
Asian markets were mostly higher on Tuesday, as the Nikkei surged and the yen weakened after Prime Minister Abe pledged "bold" stimulus.
Abe will unveil new reforms and stimulus packages following his election victory, says Arthur Kwong of BNP Paribas Investment Partners.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ordered a new round of fiscal stimulus spending after a crushing election victory over the weekend.
Britain's vote to leave the EU is adding to a world of uncertainty that could last years, BlackRock's global chief investment strategist tells CNBC.
The Japanese PM will likely introduce infrastructure projects ahead of the Olympics to stimulate the economy, says Union Bancaire Privée's Kieran Calder.
The Japanese PM is likely to release a supplementary budget worth 5 trillion yen, as well as revise the constitution, says Eisuke Sakakibara from Aoyama Gakuin University.
A cabinet reshuffle is needed for PM Shinzo Abe to roll out new economic packages, says Keio University's Tomohiko Taniguchi.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's coalition looks headed for a victory in Sunday's upper house elections despite doubts on his economic policies and military aims.
The dollar traded in a back-and-forth range after the U.S. June jobs report easily beat expectations.
Kotaro Tamura, Asia Fellow at Milken Institute, believes that Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is in the perfect position to amend the constitution.
Nicholas Smith at CLSA believes that a fiscal stimulus from the Japanese government will be a likely follow up to the BOJ's QE program.