CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on the latest comments from global central bankers at a conference in Germany.
The Bank of Japan governor said Monday that rising economic growth is increasing chances of hitting the 2 percent inflation target.
Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic adviser at Allianz, speaks about global central banks normalizing monetary policy.
It would be surprising if the current Bank of Japan governor were not reappointed, a top Barclays economist said.
The Fed is balancing rising rates with market and economic stability — something the next chair wouldn't disrupt, says Mohamed El-Erian.
Gold slipped on Tuesday as the dollar recovered and precious metals investors turned cautious ahead of central bank meetings this week.
The dollar index was on track for its best month since February.
Japan's economy has grown for six consecutive quarters, but the country's 2 percent inflation target remains elusive.
The Japanese economy is moving along, but the greater challenge will be for lawmakers to pass structural reforms in the labor market, says Mark Todd of National Australia Bank
A consumption tax hike in Japan is inevitable, and the current Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda is likely to get a second term, says Eisuke Sakikabara of Aoyama Gakuin University.
Elias Haddad, senior currency strategist, Commonwealth Bank, says continued headwinds in getting higher prices in Japan means more downside for the yen.
Nicholas Smith, Japan strategist, CLSA, says the Bank of Japan is clearly going to keep aggressive policy in place until inflation responds strongly.
Investors took profit and grew cautious amid news that President Donald Trump's former campaign manager faces conspiracy charges.
Investors bet that an emphatic election victory for Japan's ruling party would see a continuation of the ultra-loose "Abenomics" policy.
Paul Sheard, global chief economist at S&P, says market watchers are possibly looking for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to re-appoint current Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda upon the completion of his term.
Stefan Scheurer of Allianz Global Investors weighs in on the state of Japan's economy and the Bank of Japan ahead of the lower house election on Oct. 22.
The Allianz chief economic advisor says investors have been "conditioned" to believe that central banks will always have their backs.
The Australian market advanced on Monday, with major banks seeing sharp rise in share prices.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wants to impose some fiscal discipline, putting him on the higher tax side in the Oct. 22 election, says Jesper Koll, CEO, WisdomTree.
However, Japan's price and wage growth remained weak and Abe's decision to call a snap election has also raised economic uncertainty.