OPEC is good at creating expectations. Whether it meets those expectations is a different story, says Johannes Benigni, chairman of JBC Energy Group.
Trump might be hurt by his continued comments about how the political system is rigged, says James Holmes, professor at the U.S. Naval War College.
China's rebalancing to a consumption-led model will benefit consumer-oriented stocks in China and Australia, says StanChart's Clive McDonnell.
Cummins, Deere and WEC Energy are three stocks set to benefit from election pledges to increase infrastructure spending, says ContrarianOutlook.com's Brett Owens.
Economic activity in China was overall encouraging and should support the AUD as commodity prices recover, says Commonwealth Bank's Elias Haddad.
The housing market is significant to the overall Chinese economy, making a "wait and see" approach to intervention more likely, says Barclays' Jian Chang.
SG Securities' Xavier Denis says that he remains cautious as China's growth has been fueled by a credit surge.
Italy's referendum on constitutional change has morphed into a referendum on the approval of the Italian PM, says Lorenzo Codogno, visiting professor at LSE.
The Chinese contemporary art market might have slowed but Southeast Asia is increasingly warming up to local art investment, says Deloitte's Mohit Mehrotra.
Low interest rates have exacerbated the lack of supply in the housing market, especially on the east coast, says Mark Steinert, MD and CEO at Stockland.
Companies with executives on social media are perceived better by stakeholders and generate higher revenues, says Hootsuite's Amy McIlwain.
The Reserve Bank of Australia won't be cutting interest rates further, based on inflation data and the Aussie dollar, says Macquarie WM's Martin Lakos.
Strategy&'s Christopher Vollmer talks about Hollywood's interest in Chinese financing and the media distribution avenues China offers.
The U.S. dollar will move slightly higher as confidence returns to U.S. markets, says David Greene, head of dealing at AFEX Australia.
While savings banks are under pressure, capital market banks like BofA are likely to post strong showings, says Gray Wolf Capital Management's William Smith.
GDP growth should start to slow in Q4 as the government cracks down on the property market and loan growth cools, says Nomura's Rob Subbaraman.
Investors typically start with commercial real estate in Sydney before looking at other geographies and asset classes, says Cushman & Wakefield's James Quigley.
Apple's iPhone, the Google Pixel and LG Electronics stand to gain from Samsung's Note 7 problems, says Mark Newman, senior analyst at Bernstein.
Louis Kuijs, head of Asia economics at Oxford Economics, makes sense of positive CPI figures out of China on the back of weak trade data figures.
Prices will ultimately head higher if Putin goes along with the OPEC production cut deal, says Jonathan Barratt, CIO at Ayers Alliance Securities.
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