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Australian banks' exposure to housing market leverage, plus a potential of credit rating cut, are major risks, says Crestone Wealth CIO David Sokulsky.
The Brexit referendum has left the Tata Steel and Port Talbot deal stagnant, according to Annalisa Jeffries, Associate Editorial Director at Platts
Kotaro Tamura, Asia Fellow at Milken Institute, believes that Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is in the perfect position to amend the constitution.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports live from Warsaw where the NATO Summit is set to begin.
The Fed is in no rush to raise rates although a hike by the end of the year seems likely, says Xavier Denis, global strategist at Societe Generale.
Intime Retail Group's Chen Xiaodong says the firm is differentiated by its strong brick-and-mortar presence along with e-commerce.
Jacanda Capital's Philip Alexander says Australia's Kogan IPO came at a terrible timing given global uncertainties and investors fleeing to safe havens.
Samsung's smartphone division, which is less profitable than Apple, has further room for profit improvement, says Kiwoom Securities' Daniel Yoo.
Economic data out of the U.S. and European political developments are key watchers for investors, says Standard Chartered WM Group's Steve Brice.
UBS's Paul Donovan explains that U.K. citizens will have the security of household income, which will help avert a recession.
It is a worrying sign that U.S. inflation rates are normalizing while interest rates are still low, notes UBS's Paul Donovan.
Ayers Alliance Securities's Jonathan Barratt explains why investors should buy gold, iron ore and oil.
The Bank of England governor took a positive first step by signalling a clear commitment to monetary stability, says LGT Capital Partners' Mikio Kumada.
Aside from similar problems faced by European banks, Deutsche Bank is in the midst of a major restructuring, says Atlantic Equities's Chris Wheeler.
CLP Holdings' Richard Lancaster says the constant Australian political uncertainty highlights the need for bipartisan approaches towards key policies.
Central banks stimulus has reached its limits and financial markets need to undergo a painful period of purging, says Financial Alliance's Sani Hamid.
Commonwealth Bank's Gareth Aird says there were not much clues in the RBA statement, but it is likely watching Q2 CPI before making a rate move.
The Brexit uncertainty might be weighing on IPO activity but deals have not completely halted, says Dealogic's Romaine Jackson.
Australia faces political uncertainties such as a credit rating downgrade and possible policy paralysis, explains TD Securities's Annette Beacher.
The fact that bond yields are very low and falling is disconcerting, says Eastspring Investments' Nicholas Ferres.
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