All eyes are on China as the world’s second-largest economy struggles with its biggest debt crisis since the global financial crisis.
But what is in store for the region in the next few years?
Here’s what to watch.
Currency markets are in flux, with India and Japan set to resume trading on Tuesday and Australia due to close on Monday.
The markets are set to reopen in Japan on Monday, with the US and Japan expected to begin trading on the same day.
On Tuesday, traders will begin trading in Hong Kong and Macau, while the markets will reopen in Australia, the Philippines, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia.
In addition to the markets, the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is expected to open in the Philippines and Vietnam, while Singapore’s stock market is expected for a brief period to close.
In Asia, Japan’s stocks, which were last hit by the yen’s depreciation, will likely begin trading the next day.