Policymakers might introduce a monetary policy committee which will be on par with the RBI governor, says Ambit Capital's Saurabh Mukherjea.
HSBC Private Bank's Fan Cheuk Wan advises investors to have a defensive position, and invest in firms with sustainable dividends or in defensive sectors.
BanQu's Ashish Gadnis explains how even refugees can become bankable with the help of a smartphone.
Crestone Wealth Management's David Sokulsky explains why U.S. and Japan markets might benefit from U.K. leaving the EU.
NAB's Christy Tan says the stakes are higher for a yen intervention ahead of the Brexit risks that will see the safe haven yen strengthening.
Yen interventions carried out in the past did not have long-term impacts, says Standard Chartered WM's Manpreet Gill.
Otkritie CEO Ruben Aganbegyan says a Brexit outcome could pose longer-term challenges for Russia, which does not want to face a disintegrated EU.
Shanghai Disneyland is seeing an overwhelming amount of demand and ticket preorders, says ABR Investment Strategy's Bradley Gastwirth.
Ayers Alliance Securities' Jonathan Barratt shares his forecasts for gold prices if Britain decides to leave or stay in the EU.
DBS Bank's Philip Wee expects that the sterling might fall 10 to 20 percent on a trade-weighted basis.
Former Dallas Fed President Robert McTeer questions whether the U.S. economy, which he says is slowing, can withstand the Fed's normalization process.
DBS Bank Senior Currency Economist Philip Wee says central banks will be standing by until the Brexit vote is over.
Lufax CEO Gregg Gibb says the China's P2P lending space is in the midst of a restructuring because the right practices were not in place from the start.
JPMorgan's Jing Ulrich explains that MSCI denied A-shares inclusion because both accessibility and liquidity remain a problem for investors.
Acadian Asset Management's Asha Mehta says Pakistan has been a stable and well-performing market, with a liquidity profile that meets MSCI's criteria.
Saxo Bank Group's Adam Reynolds expects the BOJ to make a move this week, but he adds that the response might not necessarily weaken the yen.
There are no short-term catalysts in sight to drive A-shares higher, CMB International Securities' Daniel So says.
Palazzo Feroni Finanziaria CEO Leonardo Ferragamo says there is continuing growth of Chinese luxury goods consumption worldwide, not a slowdown.
Gold is the strongest currency in a globally uncertain economic and political environment, says Swiss Asia Capital Singapore's Juerg Kiener.
Microsoft could tap into LinkedIn's connectivity and turn it into an arena of commercial interaction, says Moor Insights & Strategy's Patrick Moorhead.
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