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The plotters said they aimed to restore democracy and secularism and root out corruption in the government, says Lowy Institute's Rodger Shanahan.
A failed military coup in Turkey will give President Tayyip Erdogan the opportunity to intensify his crackdown on dissenters, analysts say.
JPMorgan's core loan portfolio in the second-quarter increased by $100 billion from a year ago, says The Motley Fool's John Maxfield.
Jefferies' Atul Goyal says Line's fundamentals and positive investor sentiment will likely drive the stock price higher.
Asian countries should actually benefit from any central bank easing resulting from Brexit, says Citi Private Bank's Ken Peng.
China's consumption remains strong but it is a concern that Beijing is still pumping money into the economy, says Orient Capital Research's Andrew Collier.
The RBNZ is concerned a downturn in the property market might result in financial instability, says Capital Economics' Paul Dales.
Yum China's stock should perform well in the short term on the back of its recapitalization program, says The Motley Fool's Jason Moser.
There is significant speculative pressure on commodity prices that is not justified by fundamentals, says CEF Holdings' Warren Gilman.
Investors should look at stocks in new economy sectors such as technology and services, says Capital Link International's Brett McGonegal.
China will maintain that the Tribunal does not have jurisdiction over sovereignty disputes, says Mark Mangan, an international arbitration specialist.
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.
Partners Capital International's Ronald Wan explains why investors should look at ICBC, Tencent and Link REIT.
Judges at an arbitration tribunal in The Hague on Tuesday rejected China's claims to economic rights across large swathes of the South China Sea in a ruling that will be claimed as a victory by the Philippines.
CNBC's Nancy Hungerford speaks to Pierre Moscivici, European Commissioner for Economic & Financial Affairs.
Sachin Shah at Albert Fried and Company, believes that the Brexit referendum has added uncertainty towards the LSE and Deutesche Boerse deal.
The Hague ruling will be a good indicator of Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte handles foreign policy issues, says Aaron Connelly from Lowy Institute for International Policy.
Aaron Connelly, Research fellow at Lowy Institute for International policy, raises the possibility that China may retaliate to the Hague ruling by building on Scarborough Shoal.
Peter O' Connor, senior analyst at Shaw and Partners believes that they are an indicator of how the US markets will perform this earnings season.
Investors should be betting on banking and finance stocks rather than the commodity-linked companies when trading the Australian markets, says Peter Esho, Chief Market Analyst at Invast.
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