After shifting to a neutral stance for monetary policy, India’s central bank may be pulling the brakes on the easing cycle that started in early 2015.
We expect Thailand’s current account surplus to narrow to 7.2% and 6.5% of GDP in 2017 and 2018 from 11.4% in 2016. A narrowing of the surplus should be seen as a positive sign.
Singapore’s budget, announced last month, left many feeling it lacked the punch of previous years. But we think Budget 2017 is bigger than at first glance.
We think global steel demand in 2017 will be better than in 2016; We like POSCO, Angang, and SeAh Besteel.
We think that Indonesian banks are recovering gradually but there are new challenges ahead; we think investors should stick to strong banks for the long haul.
The Malaysian central bank’s annual review said that despite the challenges faced in 2016, financial institutions weathered the year relatively unscathed and this is expected to sustain in 2017.
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The bulk of Thailand’s jump in imports was due to a surge in imports of intermediate goods, a sign that demand for exports will remain supportive of the economy. As domestic private-investment growth...
Stabilising growth, political consolidation, and a positive macro environment bode well for India this year, but lagging private investment growth and banking sector stress may pose headwinds.
Japan’s February industrial production may surprise on the upside, but consumption and inflation will likely remain weak. What does this mean for the Bank of Japan?
Higher interest rates have not yet dented demand for housing in the US – demand remains strong and prices continue to rise.
The biggest thing about US 2016 fourth quarter GDP growth wasn’t the mediocre headline, it was the hefty domestic demand growth under the hood.
After steadily rising over the past nine months, headline inflation in the Eurozone is likely to ease a notch in March.
American equities fall for the seventh day in eight; European and Japanese shares also sell off
Investors turn cautious over the Trump administration's ability to deliver
The dollar's losses were steepest against safe-haven plays
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Major doubts are cast on the administration's ability to push through other initiatives
The stock's year-long chill could be ending
The trade has turned back from mid-way through to its target
The upward momentum in the stock has faded for now
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...
Everyone is betting on a stronger US dollar this year, largely on expectations of rate hikes by the Federal Reserve. But the Europe and the euro could have a bigger impact on global markets than anyt...
The property market in 2017 will remain a tenants’ market as a higher supply of new real estate will pose a risk to most subsectors. It will be another year of moderation for the Singapore property m...