The upcoming debate will be an opportunity for both candidates to debunk preconceived notions, says Competitive Streak Consulting's Alden Cass.
Technology companies are now taking up the majority of office real estate in cities such as Seoul and Bengalaru, says Knight Frank's Nicholas Holt.
It's uncertain whether Yahoo was unaware of the data breach for two years or if it just didn't inform people, says Moor Insights & Strategy's Patrick Moorhead.
The BOJ's yield curve control mean that any risk-off events will not impact JGBs, but affect the dollar/yen, says UBS WM's Kelvin Tay.
BOJ bought itself some time with its new policy twist, but fears of monetary policy limitations will continue through 2017, says JPMorgan's Jonathan Cavenagh.
The French trade minister might be opposing TTIP but Italy, Spain and the Nordic states are pushing for it, says Chatham House's Marianne Schneider-Petsin.
U.S. markets are expected to continue catching tailwinds from lower-for-longer interest rates, says Point View Wealth Management's David Dietze.
It's hard to trace state-sponsored hackers as the data are not sold for profit but for intelligence gathering, says Tinfoil Security's Michael Borohovski.
It is important to note that every trade pact in the U.S. has been passed only by a thin margin, says International Trade Centre's Arancha Gonzalez.
Maxim Group's Jason Kolbert raises the issue of how long it's taking regulators to approve generic EpiPen drugs from other pharmaceutical companies.
The Fed will most likely raise rates in December, and expect two to three more hikes in the next twelve months, says Pimco's Luke Spajic.
After the Fed held rates steady, Bank Indonesia will likely cut rates by 25 basis points, says BofAML Global Research's Claudio Piron.
The Fed needs to have the internal fortitude to start raising interest rates, says former Federal Reserve Governor Robert Heller.
The Fed isn't losing credibility because it hasn't raised rates but because it doesn't have a strategy, says Complete Intelligence's Tony Nash.
The Baosteel-Wuhan merger will impact a lot of jobs, but Beijing will try to retrain the affected employees, says Patersons Securities' Rob Brierley.
A 10 basis points cut to interest rates might not be much, but BOJ's Kuroda needs to show the market that he will act, says Keio Business School's Seki Obata.
The BOJ should consider "helicopter money," however it is not ready to adopt that form of policy at the moment, says AMP Capital's Shane Oliver.
The yen will remain strong against the dollar because the BOJ has a limited amount of JGBs to purchase, says Compass Global Markets' Scott Cavanough.
Citi Economist Katsuhiko Aiba expects the BOJ will wait for the market to digest its messages before implementing any policy changes.
CLSA's Mike Mayo says the Wells Fargo scandal has definitely hurt the bank's credibility but the actual financial harm is relatively immaterial.
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