Investors digest policy whirlwind over Trump’s tax plan, net neutrality rules
USD stages rebound as the Trump Administration summarises its tax cut plan
Optimism returns as geopolitical tensions and anxieties over political risks in Europe ease
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The first round of the French presidential election shifted markets to a risk-on mode. The EUR risks 1.0978 before offering a sell opportunity.
Investors heave a sigh of relief as Macron emerges as favourite to lead France
Another bullish leg could surface as US President Donald Trump attempts to restart his tax reform plan
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We believe that a gradual strengthening of the Indonesian rupiah will boost investment; expect Bank Indonesia to continue accommodating a gradual strengthening of the currency.
A further improvement of wind farm utilisation in high grid curtailment regions in China could benefit wind turbine original equipment manufacturers and wind farm operators.
Hopes of better economic conditions and a recovery in private consumption should aid auto sales and hence, auto hire purchase, which will then boost loan growth at the small banks this year.
The main drag for the Thai property sector is the low-end market, which we believe should see significant improvement toward the end of 2017.
We have hiked our target price for the stock to S$4.33 from S$3.85, representing a 16.5% upside. Find out why and for more top stories on Singapore’s market, see Singapore Wired Daily.
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We currently maintain Korea’s GDP forecast at 2.5% for FY17 as the upside and downside risks to growth appear balanced for the time being.
Singapore’s manufacturing sector had another strong run in March, with electronics continuing to be the key driver of growth. Look for 1Q17 GDP growth to be revised up accordingly.
South Korea’s GDP growth is expected to rebound on the back of the recovery in global demand and the easing of domestic political uncertainties.
The markets shrugged off US President Donald Trump’s vague tax plan – stock indices were flat to lower while US Treasury yields eased off after rising in the early part of the US trading session.
Acknowledging the better economic backdrop, the Japanese and European central banks have started quantitative easing exit debates but have warned against dialling back stimulus too soon.
Risk sentiments may have stabilised, but the European Central Bank will be keen to temper any talk of tightening on Thursday.
Malaysia, having acquired expertise through actively pioneering initiatives and delivering solutions in the Islamic banking industry, is indisputably making inroads into becoming the global hub for I...
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Contrary to common belief that there is an undersupply of senior housing in China, we believe there will likely be oversupply in the near future. Developers will need to shift their mindset to one of...