In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Mark Matthews of Bank Julius Baer & Co and James Glassman, Senior Economist at JPMorgan shared their views and reading on global markets.
Developed economies are doing little better so that is also helping the market sentiment. The economic picture is favourable wherever you look.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, James Glassman, Senior Economist at JPMorgan shared his outlook on global as well as emerging markets.
Fed chair Janet Yellen also said that there is a possibility of three hikes by the US Fed in next three years. This is likely to make investors cautious, believes Seth Freeman of CEO & Chief Investment Officer of EM Capital Management.
Even as the second debate between US Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton came to a close early Monday, the US market is unlikely to change fundamentally, according to experts.
Even if the Fed raises rates, James Glassman of JP Morgan does not see a big fall in the equities market, instead expects a short-term volatility in the market.
Speaking to CNBC-TV18 James Glassman of JPMorgan said that the US Fed meeting this week is going to be an uneventful event. The Fed is going to be cautious, he said, adding that the Fed wants to see more evidence of the US doing much better before they pursue the path of moving interest rates.
US 10-year- yield has hit record lows of 1.36 percent. Actions of central banks are impacting bonds market, says James Glassman, Senior Economist at JP Morgan.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, James Glassman of JPMorgan says Brexit does not change outlook for global economy. Although there could be short-term volatility, it offers an opportunity to jump back into the market, he says.
James Glassman of JPMorgan said the longer problem was whether the world has seen the last of this issue or whether there would be more referendums in future, if UK does vote to stay this time.
James Glassman, Senior Economist at JP Morgan thinks the Fed is likely hike at least two times this year.
James Glassman, Senior Economist at JP Morgan believes oil market conditions are positive for emerging markets like India and China.
James Glassman,Senior Economist JPMorgan says, he would not be surprised if oil prices recovered in early party of 2016.
In a CNBC-TV18, experts Ben Bei of CIMB and Irene Cheung of ANZ Research shared their readings on the market.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18's Reema Tendulkar & Nigel D'Souza, experts shared their readings and outlook on the Fed rate hike.
James Glassman, Senior Economist, JPMorgan does not expect Yellen to deny the 2015 liftoff or rate hike in her speech on Thursday. The main message people would be looking out for is whether she is really nervous about the global economy.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, James Glassman, Senior Economist at JPMorgan gave his perspective on unchanged Federal Reserve rate.
James Glassman, senior economist at JPMorgan, says the market bounce back is as puzzling as the fall. He does not think there is any need to worry about the correction in equity markets as global fundamentals remain unchanged.
According to James Glassman, Senior Economist, JPMorgan Chase Bank the best thing Central Bankers can to do in current situation is stay true to their own view of what is going on in the economy and not react to market volatility.
Although the Fed is keenly watching for some more evidence on the jobs market, the layoffs in the US have been at all time lows, says Glassman.in an interview to CNBC-TV18.
Michael Every of Rabobank on the other hand feels that the markets haven't fully comprehended the Greek scenario. He believes it is still a slow burn. According to him, the market believes some kind of a compromise will be reached.
James Glassman, senior economist at JP Morgan thinks there is too much attention on Greek issue because there are lots of positives happening in other economies and focus should be on them now.
The first rate hike in September by the US central bank will have enough potential to cause a sell-off, said James Glassman ofJPMorgan.
According to James Glassman, senior economist at JPMorgan fall in crude prices would benefit to all oil importing nations and would boost growth.
â€œI don‘t think we have learned anything new about the job market. I am not sure it changes the needle for the Fed, I think the Fed is not inclined to do anything with the rates until next year anyway,â€ says James Glassman.