Japan has already embarked on modest fiscal easing. There is room to do more over the next couple of years.
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With monetary policy exhausted, a modest fiscal tilt becomes inevitable.
Rebound in semiconductor industry on the back of emergence of new technology and demand set to uplift entire technology value chain.
Surprise BNM Overnight Policy Rate cut to boost affordability and alleviate asset quality concerns for Malaysian banks.
CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust (CICT) set to be empowered with greater financial capacity to take on bigger projects to drive better shareholder returns.
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The Straits Times Index (STI) gained 2.2% from our 17 December update
Domestic political scuffle, severe pollution and threat of coronavirus outbreak plague Thai equity markets outlook.
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While a large part of US energy is still coming from petroleum, the role of highly polluting coal has diminished over the years.
Real GDP growth stabilized at 6.0% in 4Q19 and brought full-year growth to 6.1% in 2019.
ECB starts year-long strategic review. US curve could swing back to steepening.
PBOC's policy stance will likely stay supportive to fulfil policy and growth targets. BNM cut could be seen as an insurance cut.
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Investors offload stocks on concern a deadly virus will worsen over the week-long trading break
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Given the RBA QE overhang, NZD looks the better of the Antipodean pairs of AUD and NZD
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There are positive implications for a host of companies across sectors this summer in Japan
Earnings yield and valuation metrics provide the case for the region's equities
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