Market is in relief as anti-establishment risk lessens in France
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Investors heave a sigh of relief as Macron emerges as favourite to lead France
The recent peak at 53.76 could leave open the possibility for oil prices to revert
The stock could soon rise as the downward pressure is easing
We stick to a top-picking approach to tactically trade the AUD
A short-term rebound could be due for Infosys. See also our update on IBM
We discuss the implications of US President Donald Trump’s policies for Taiwan in four major topics – trade, investment, government policies, and financial markets.
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.
Now that outflows have stabilised, China should have more room to loosen controls on its currency. But any lifting of capital restrictions will likely be gradual.
Should China manage to balance state support for restructuring and the most efficient and effective market mechanisms, it could potentially establish the most competitive steel mills in the world.
Indonesia has among the lowest bankable population in the world and the government’s push towards improving financial inclusion opens opportunities to multi-finance companies.
In China, the volume of residential gross floor area (GFA) sold in 3M17 is moderating, yet GFA of new starts accelerated – which may lead to an inventory build-up if sales slow in 2H17.
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The stock’s recent slide is unwarranted as day-old chick/broiler prices have recovered. For more top stories on Singapore’s market, see Singapore Wired Daily.
After the rally in property stocks this year, short-term traders should watch out for profit-taking; investors with a mid-term horizon can look to buy on a pullback.
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Singapore’s headline consumer price index inflation figure for March is likely to register 0.9% year-on-year. And we believe inflation will continue to rise in the coming months.
… But trim inflation forecast this week. And it remains too early to expect the Japanese central bank to start the process of quantitative easing exit.
Most of the lift in Thailand’s imports for March is likely to have come from shipment of intermediate goods (17% in the year-to-date), which will be positive for the outlook of exports.
Average US home prices are back above their pre-Lehman peaks. And with 15-year mortgage rates at 3.03% – barely above zero after adjusting for inflation – few expect the housing party to end anytime ...
The euro briefly jumped to a five-month high as fears over a euro-sceptic winner eased. Markets are likely to closely watch the rhetoric over the next fortnight, especially as the two candidates’ bel...
Markets are hopeful following the French election results but are wary of Trump’s tax plan announcement on Wednesday.
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...
Today, five of the 12 largest aircraft lessors hail from Asia. Most of their growth were through acquisition and they have been linked to all manner of activity in the aviation sector.
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...