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Stuart Oakley , Managing Director of Asian Currency Trading at Nomura warns that investors remain skeptical of Abe's policies and recommends that the BOJ manages volatility like the Fed does.
Strong export numbers from Japan are a hopeful sign for the success of the country's economic policies but it's still early days to say that the country's export sector has turned a corner, analysts say.
Andrew Mclaughlin, Senior Vice President, at Betaworks says that the Snowden episode has evoked more people to question the boundaries of government surveillance.
U.S Treasury Secretary Jack Lew clearly knows how to take criticism. The man who was famously teased by President Obama for his loopy signature unveiled his new one overnight.
Laura Fitzsimmons, VP, Futures & Options at JPMorgan Investment Bank explains how bond and equity prices are at risk if Bernanke doesn't deliver.
Axel Merk, President and Chief Investment Officer at Merk Investments is calling the euro the rock star of the year. He expects the Fed to be dovish, which would result in risk-on trade going into Europe rather than emerging markets.
As markets await the Fed's scaling back on QE, Hans Timmer, Director of the Development Prospects Group at the World Bank, says the biggest dangers facing developing countries are within their own economies.
John Horner, FX Strategist at Deutsche Bank says "Abenomics" will continue to help the yen weaken.
Grant Forster, CEO of Principal Global Investors, Australia talks about the increasing 'personalization' of investment risks. He speaks about the rise of baby boomers and how they will reshape the investment landscape.
Edward Dempsey, Founder and CIO at Pension Partners thinks EM equities will witness a sharp reversal of losses if markets receive a favorable Fed outcome.
Concerns about a liquidity crunch in the world's second largest economy is threatening to derail financial markets just as the U.S. Federal Reserve is expected to restore some calm this week, analysts say.
Emerging markets will remain vulnerable after the ugly sell-off last week, as concerns about an unwinding of the U.S. Federal Reserve's monetary stimulus program keep investors on edge, analysts say.
Aninda Mitra, India Economist at Capital Economics thinks the RBI will keep rates on hold in light of a weakening rupee but Will Oswald, Global Head of FICC Research, Standard Chartered argues for a 25 basis-point cut.
Will Oswald, Global Head of Fixed Income, Currency and Commodities Research at Standard Chartered expects fund outflows out of emerging markets to last for at least another month.
Greg Gibbs, Senior Currency Strategist at RBS says that actions against rate rigging have been transforming the way the global banking giants think and act.
Stephen Thornber, Global Equity Income Fund Manager of Threadneedle Investments explains why emerging market equities still look attractive.
The euro has gained more than 4 percent against the U.S. dollar since mid-May, but forex analysts tell CNBC that the single currency is headed lower.
Since stunning the markets with monetary easing, the Bank of Japan has failed to offer solace to investors that have been rattled by violent swings in Japanese markets.
Harper Reed, CEO of Lunar explains how crowdsourcing—the process of getting work or funding from a crowd of people—works. He talks about how companies can utilize the power of crowdsourcing.
Nicholas Smith, Director and Strategist at CLSA discusses the Japanese central bank's communication failure. Meanwhile, David Kotok of Cumberland Advisors maintains his bullish stance on the Nikkei.