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Asian markets are expected to be more resilient to Brexit than U.S. or European markets, says Haitong International Securities Group's Kevin Leung.
While China's economy is rebalancing well, the pace of loan growth is still a concern, notes Zhu Min, deputy managing director of IMF.
IMF Deputy Managing Director Zhu Min says Premier Li had delivered a very confident message highlighting that China's growth remains stable.
British expats in Singapore had plenty to say about the poll that will decide Britain's within the EU. Uptin Saidi reports.
The consequences of a British vote to leave the EU would be as deadly as the collapse of Lehman Brothers, according to Finland's outgoing finance minister.
Germany will lose an important trade partner, if the U.K. leaves the European Union, says Karl-Theodor Zu Guttenberg of Spitzberg Partners.
Daniel Hynes, senior commodity strategist at ANZ, says recent movements in oil prices have been driven mostly by fundamentals.
Former Finland Prime Minister Alexander Stubb says Brexit is a close call, but it is in the interest of all parties for the U.K. to remain in the EU.
Jeffries Briginshaw of BritishAmerican Business says short and long-term uncertainties around a British exit scenario can't be good for business.
Currency and stock markets have priced-in Britain's continued membership of the EU, says OCBC Bank's Vasu Menon.
Frost & Sullivan's Vivek Vaidya says connected vehicles, autonomous vehicles and mobility as a service are trends that will change how we use vehicles.
IDC's Kiranjeet Kaur says Samsung is determining whether it should focus on other areas away from its flagship products.
With a Brexit, the U.K. might actually find itself giving up its policy autonomy, says Landfall Strategy Group's David Skilling.
While the Brexit vote is tipped towards remain, there could still be outstanding issues after the vote, says Union Bancaire Privee's Kieran Calder.
JD.com's business is better aligned to Walmart's and likely provided a better partnership deal, says Wedbush Securities' Gil Luria.
A Brexit would lead to the yen strengthening and pressure policymakers for a coordinated intervention, says Standard Chartered Bank's Divya Devesh.
Paradigm Securities' Barry Dawes expects gold prices to head up $1,400 per tonne by the end of the year.
If the U.K. votes to leave, expect a market sell-off similar to January's but quicker, Taurus Wealth Advisors CEO Mandeep Nalwa warns.
George Mason University's Ilya Somin says the best case scenario for Britain-EU negotiations would be a deal similar to what Norway has.
Macquarie's Nizam Idris says the key point about Brexit is that it could mark the reversal of Europe's unification.
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