The yen has been on a wild ride after newly released comments by the Bank of Japan’s governor said there was no need and no possibility for helicopter money. CNBC’s Akiko Fujita discusses.
Speculation of more aggressive fiscal and monetary policy easing has weakened the yen and supported the Asian stock rally, says Commonwealth Bank's Elias Haddad.
Oil prices pared losses after government data showed U.S. crude stockpiles fell by 2.3 million barrels last week.
Gold fell to its lowest in three weeks on Wednesday on higher equities and as the dollar hit a four-month high.
The dollar hit a four-month high against a basket of currencies, bolstered by strong U.S. data and expectations of Fed rate rises.
Credit Agricole's David Forrester says as U.S. economic data improve, the Fed is likely to hike once in December.
Investors will pay attention to the forward guidance in companies' earnings to see if there is improved business confidence, says Taurus Wealth Advisors' John Lilley.
The dollar rose against a basket of major currencies after U.S. housing starts rose by more than expected in June.
The yen will likely weaken, depending on the type of coordinated action by Japanese policymakers, says Vanda Research's Eric Liu.
The Yen slips broadly as Turkey quells an attempted military coup, while calm in UK prompts sterling bump.
The splurge in monetary stimulus by central banks means even tiny interest-rate raises may cause serious trouble for countries’ economies, a CIO says.
Markets need more details about the fiscal stimulus package, such as the amount, timing and the BOJ's role, says NAB's Rodrigo Catril.
Goldman Sachs AM's Sheila Patel says there are opportunities in REITs but investors have to consider the real estate trends and diversification.
Japan's fiscal stimulus policy will have to be more than what the market has priced in, says Pimco's Global Strategic Advisor Rich Clarida.
Eastspring Investments' Nicholas Ferres says the Japanese market is the second cheapest globally, with an estimated 40 percent cash-earnings yield.
The dollar spiked against the Turkish lira after gunfire was heard in the capital of Ankara on Friday.
JPMorgan's Jahangir Aziz says "helicopter money" is an expansion of fiscal deficit funded by the central bank basically printing money.
It's not just Brexit. Wild swings in financial markets due to stimulus measures are spurring Japanese consumers to snap up gold.
The Bank of England surprised market by holding fire on post-referendum rate cut.
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.