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Given the passive nature of exchange-traded funds, investors will have to "ride the roller coaster" if markets tank, warns Sani Hamid of Financial Alliance.
The Japanese government and stock exchange have been pushing for positive changes in corporate governance, explains Jonathan Brodsky from Cedar Street AM.
The Bank of Japan is insistent on holding onto its 2 percent inflation target, but it's unlikely to meet that target in the near future, says Alvin Liew of UOB.
Some experts said they expected the BOJ to lower its inflation forecast in a continued battle with stubbornly weak price growth.
The U.S. will need support from its allies to pressure the Chinese into reducing production of goods like steel, one expert says.
The state-owned Development Bank of Japan wants to be a bridge between Southeast Asian companies and Japan Inc, explains Kimihiro Fukuyama.
The greenback will receive support from a pick up in inflation and markets pricing in more interest rate hikes, JPMorgan Asset Management said Wednesday.
The Bank of Japan may adjust near-term inflation forecasts, but it's is unlikely to budge on its medium-term outlook, says Dwyfor Evans of State Street Global Markets.
Markets could start to question the long-term sustainability of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's economic program – known as 'Abenomics'.
As Shinzo Abe's approval declines, markets could question the stability of 'Abenomics', Derek Halpenny, market researcher at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, said.
Fast Retailing missed profits expectations because of cost pressures in Japan, but electronic channels could be a solution, says WisdomTree's Jesper Koll.
As the 11 remaining TPP states discuss how to ink a trade deal without Washington, certain member states still need convincing to stay on board.
South Korea's U.S.-supplied THAAD missile shield could be "overwhelmed" by a swarm-like attack from North Korea, according to an expert.
Chinese companies are working to improve corporate governance to engage investors, says Will Rowlands-Rees of Institutional Investor's Research Business.
Fast Retailing has turned to customization to differentiate itself from competitors like Amazon, says Peter Boardman at NWQ Investment Management Company.
Japan Foreign Minister Kishida wants to leave his cabinet post, a sign he may be planning to challenge Prime Minister Abe for his job.