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With one in every five small and midcap stocks still down more than 30% since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis, it has "never been easier to make money," according to JPMorgan's Eduardo Lecubarri.
The U.S. lawmakers targeted by Beijing on Monday have been vocal critics of a new national security law that expands Beijing's authority in Hong Kong.
German businesses expect coronavirus restrictions on public life to continue for another 8.5 months on average, according to the closely-followed Ifo institute.
Hundreds of people were detained, according to a leading rights group.
Gold prices could forge ahead to $4,000 per ounce in the next three years, but factors such as the development of a coronavirus vaccine and the November U.S. elections could change the fortunes of the precious metal, analysts say.
U.S. Health Secretary Alex Azar is the highest-level U.S. official to visit Taiwan in four decades, a trip condemned by China which claims the island as its own, further irritating Sino-U.S. relations.
Hong Kong police arrested media tycoon Jimmy Lai and raided the publisher's headquarters Monday in the highest-profile use yet of the new national security law Beijing imposed on the city in June.
Analysts say China's industrial output is steadily returning to pre-pandemic levels, with pent-up demand, government stimulus and surprisingly resilient exports driving economic recovery.
Working from home has become the norm in this coronavirus pandemic, and Morgan Stanley predicts that office tenants across Asia will permanently give up between 3% and 9% of their existing office space.
As lockdown measures were lifted and domestic politicking resumed, the stability of some governments are in question once more, said Simon Tay, chairman of think tank Singapore Institute of International Affairs.
There are "very encouraging signs" in CapitaLand's residential business and retail operations in China, said Andrew Lim, the company's group chief financial officer.