Korea’s financial markets have remained resilient despite the political turmoil that started in late 2016. While we think that there may be fiscal stimulus after a new government takes office, we thi...
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.
We believe that Mapletree’s group of real estate investment trusts are poised for a good year, thanks to a recovering industrial sector and their financial strength.
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Broiler prices have been declining since January, perhaps because of excessive imports in 2015. For now, we are maintaining our forecasts and targets for firms in the industry.
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Coupled with an expansionary fiscal policy, stronger export growth is seen to be driving Thailand’s overall GDP growth momentum.
Vietnam’s 1Q17 GDP growth surprised on the downside while inflation peaked. But we do not expect any monetary policy action by the central bank in the coming months. Find out why.
South Korea’s unemployment rate has been on a steady increase since 2013. The outlook remains challenging this year too.
The market may have underestimated the Fed’s resolve to normalise monetary policy, just as it underestimated the ECB’s will to keep its policy loose this year.
Market expectations of three US Federal Reserve hikes in the next 21 months are beyond complacent. We expect three more hikes this year, and four next year.
Focus overnight was split between rumoured European Central Bank comments and the UK officially triggering Article 50. Read on for our analysis on both events.
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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...
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...