The euro could reach 1.25 against the dollar and the yen to 106.50 going by current fundamentals, says Nicolas Sopel, strategist, Rates & FX Markets, RHB Research Institute Singapore.
China's economic fundamentals and well-run tech companies are supporting its recent solid equity run, says Adrian Zuercher, managing director, Head Asset Allocation Asia, UBS.
Insurance stocks stateside had priced in at least $20 billion more in losses than the $60 billion amount forecast, says Elyse Greenspan at Wells Fargo Securities.
Choi Kang, VP, Research & Principal Fellow, The Asan Institute for Policy Studies says he doubts the full U.N. Security Council will endorse a U.S. push for an oil embargo on North Korea.
China's central bank has been pushing the yuan higher ahead of a possible visit by President Trump while markets have been strong ahead of the 19th party congress, says Callum Henderson of Eurasia Group.
What is key will be how quickly the contraction in economic activity due to Irma can transition into expansion as recovery work takes place, says Sam Chandan of Chandan Economics.
Hugh Young of Aberdeen Standard Investments weighs in on how North Korea tensions haven't fazed global markets and how the dollar has acted as a vote of confidence of sorts.
A timebound bankruptcy process would be beneficial for India's debt markets, says Raghuram Rajan, former Reserve Bank of India governor.
The ECB is still a long way away from raising rates, but markets are focusing on the potential tapering of its QE program, says Khoon Goh of ANZ Research.
Hong Kong banks have reduced loans to China, but a lack of credit history makes it difficult to assess the current portfolio, says Sabine Bauer, senior director, Financial Institutions, Fitch Ratings.
After rallying this summer, shares in China could be set to climb even higher — thanks to names many investors have forgotten.
Helder Rodrigues da Cunha Soares of Claritas says there are signs the Brazilian economy is stabilizing, with unemployment having fallen 50 basis points from peak levels.
President Trump struck a deal with Democrats on the debt ceiling extension and that could lead to an agreement on tax cuts, says Michael Yoshikami of Destination Wealth Management.
Still, the economic situation in Japan continues to look positive and is expected to last to the end of the year, says Kohei Iwahara of Natixis Japan Securities.
Orange juice futures, currently trading around $146, could rise to at least $170 depending on damage from the storm, says Jack Scoville of The PRICE Futures Group.
Square has applied to become a industrial loan company so it can increase the amount of capital it currently lends to customers, says John Maxfield of The Motley Fool.
Steven Glass of Pengana International Equities Fund says valuations in Europe appear more compelling and there's room for the European economy to outpace the U.S.
Sarah Hewin of Standard Chartered says the euro jumped overnight as markets had not expected European Central Bank President Mario Draghi to mention tapering at all.
Disney closed down 4.4 percent and Comcast fell 6.2 percent. Timothy Lesko of Granite Investment Advisors weighs in on digital distribution and cord-cutting in the media space.
Investors from around the globe have taken advantage of a weaker pound since the Brexit referendum to buy into London commercial real estate, says Chris Brett, executive director and head of International Capital Markets, CBRE EMEA.