The Chinese yuan will continue its 20-year march north, beneath all the huckus-ruckus of bilateral currency moves that few can explain and fewer can predict.
Recent growth and inflation data are supportive of a rate hike by Bank Indonesia; we think this may happen in the third quarter, if not sooner.
Amid an improved but uneven growth outlook, Singapore’s budget for 2017 appears well-balanced. There are measures to address short-term concerns for some segments of the economy but the focus c...
China has increased the number of medicines reimbursable from public medical insurance programs increases by 18%; we think this will drive overall demand for drugs and lift drugmakers.
A weekly snapshot of the Chinese property market – from sales volume to inventory levels – in the Tier-I to -III cities; as well as an overview of the share performance of sector players.
We believe that the abundant saleable resources in 2017 will dampen real estate prices in China; we remain cautious on the sector.
A daily digest of our market view, along with key highlights and our analysis on news stories affecting investor sentiment.
This aims to help traders build a portfolio of Singapore stocks for their clients, based on their risk profile. Stock picks are based on sectoral, fundamental and technical analysis.
Three privatisation offers have been made in 2017, putting the privatisation theme back in the spotlight; we look at five potential candidates. ; we look at five potential candidates.
Taking seasonal effects into the account, Taiwan’s industrial production growth registered a strong 4.3% on-month in January.
The correlation between the three-month Singapore swap offer rate (SOR) and the three-month London Interbank Offered Rate (Libor) has been relatively weak in recent months.
We’re not overly concerned about Philippines’ shrinking current account surplus; given the huge growth potential, we reckon that foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows may continue to rise going for...
We continue to think that a March rate hike by the US Federal Reserve is more likely than not, and that February labour reports will be the deciding factor.
The last few months have led to a rethink in valuations for US Treasurys and the US equity markets. So which is the better bet? Read on for our comparison.
US mortgage applications look a lot like the stock market of late and neither seems afraid of a few US Federal Reserve hikes.
The Dow hits an all-time high; European and Japanese shares decline
US Treasury Secretary Mnuchin's comments keep the greenback down; yen and euro strengthen
The uptrend stalls as Asian markets come under pressure
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A test and break of the 200-dma will bring a test of the key 0.8450 support
Investors focus on US economic/earnings rebound
The stock could rebound as it tests a fairly strong converged support
Capitalise on the knee-jerk sell-down in reaction to the group's quarterly earnings
The rally looks close to completing a five-legged sequence
Rapidly growing data consumption is driving the push for 5G. The high costs associated with building the network could bring about a paradigm shift in telcos’ business models and financial returns.
E-grocery has lagged the robust online sales growth seen by the non-food segments in recent years. But this is set to change as we see China’s e-grocery sales doubling in two years.
To cope with a burgeoning and quickly ageing population, China is putting together a pension – and healthcare – system that will mean significant investment opportunities. We take a close...