Platts' Senior Analyst Yen Ling Song shares her outlook for China's teapot refineries.
Weak 2Q GDP and poor consumer confidence are not supportive of a Fed rate hike till next year, says Compass Global Markets' Forex SVP, Tony Boyadjian.
The RBA has no reason not to cut rates at its next meeting this week, says Crestone Wealth's CIO, David Sokulsky.
Forrester Research's principal analyst, Sucharita Mulpuru, gives an upbeat assessment of Amazon's business after 2Q results crushed Wall Street expectations.
Democrats Abroad's APAC regional vice-chair, Alex Montgomery, speaks after the DNC.
BOJ needs to manage not just expectations but its ability to impact the market, says Capital Link International CEO, Brett McGonegal.
Market expectations before the latest BOJ meeting decision were 'through the roof' and the BOJ did not meet all of them, says Natixis economist, Kohei Iwahara.
Japan's workforce needs more female workers and more flexible immigration policies to encourage dynamism, says Standard Chartered's Eric Robertson.
Facebook's accomplishments are setting records but at some point, its growth will have to slow, says MoneyMorning.com's Michael Robinson.
Macquarie's Gareth Berry reckons there needs to be joint statement from the MOF and BOJ on Friday to exert upward pressure on dollar/yen.
The BOJ will not cut rates further, especially after the backlash from January negative rates policy move, says Standard Chartered's Eric Robertson.
"Pokemon Go" revenues will mostly go to Niantic Labs and The Pokemon company, both of which count Nintendo as a shareholder, says IDC's Lewis Ward.
CBA's Michael Blythe says Australia's Q2 CPI was in line with RBA expectations, and the central bank had mentioned that more rate cuts could come.
There is a growing base of smartphone users while the watchOS 3 is also coming up, says Moor Insights & Strategy's Patrick Moorhead.
Taurus Wealth Advisors' Michael Preiss reckons Donald Trump as the U.S. president would lead to increased uncertainty and more market volatility.
Bernie Sanders made his full support for Hillary Clinton known, while Ted Cruz refused to endorse Trump, notes University of Sydney's Brendon O'Connor.
Yahoo started out as a search company but got involved in several other things, and then Google came along, says Creative Strategies' Tim Bajarin.
The VIP segment of Macau's gaming sector has been weak while the mass market business has picked up the slack, says Fitch Ratings' Alex Bumazhny.
The TPP deal will determine whether the U.S. is maintaining its pivot towards Asia or backtracking from the region, says UBP's Kieran Calder.
World Policy Institute's James Nolt says China and the Philippines might sit on the discussion table given the importance of trade ties.
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