They revert to declines just a day after a broad-based rally
Euro, pound, and yen decline amid firmer US yields
Investors mulled the implications of rising US bond yields and disappointing earnings
Investors are increasingly buying protection for downside risks
Global investors are seeking cheaper exposures to equities
Despite the volatility, the magnitude of the recent correction suggests that markets have been pricing in an eventual resolution to the crisis
The Chief Investment Office brings you the investment outlook and strategy for 2018
The Chief Investment Office brings you the investment outlook and strategy for 4Q17 in our brand-new "CIO Insights" publication
DBS Chief Investment Officer Lim Say Boon discusses the frustrating outlook for global equities
DBS tracks developments in the economies, foreign exchange and fixed income markets of the Asia-11 (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam...
After achieving the best growth in a decade last year, the Eurozone economy is off to a softer start in 2018; this affirms our expectations that policy withdrawal will be calibrated and no rate hike ...
While most do not expect a major spike in inflation, it is increasingly clear from the Fed’s communication that Fed governors will not wait for actual inflation prints to surprise on the upside befor...
The development activity in the Kau To area signals that it will become a major source of luxury home supply in the New Territories in the next couple of years.
With the possibility of further exclusions, the impact of the new metal tariffs by the US on the global steel market should be smaller than estimated.
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.
While earnings were the primary driver of risk appetite earlier in the week, investors grew concerned about a jump in bond yields that reflected rising inflation expectations. For more, check out our...
Global stock markets closed higher after a choppy trading week, with US-listed ETFs gaining inflows. For more, check out our Weekly Global ETF Commentary.
Regardless of headlines, volatility, and trade barbs, we think it is too early to suggest that we are approaching a recession or the end of the bull markets.
Amid strong rate-hike expectations, HIBOR-LIBOR spreads have widened to the highest level, last seen in 2008. We think the prime lending rate will jump soon and likely reach 5.75% by end-2018.
In a surprising move, India’s central bank took a very dovish view on the inflation path for the year while keeping benchmark rates unchanged on Thursday.
The repercussions on Taiwan, a main supplier of electronic components to China, should be smaller than initially feared. We will be watching this space.
April has been a volatile month for Indian government bonds. With rate hike risks back on the table, 7% is likely to mark a floor for 2Y yields. For more on currencies and rates, check out our Overni...
The ECB and the BOJ are expected to stick to their accommodative monetary policies, given benign inflation and stable growth.
Concerns over the results of the Italian elections, a potential trade war with the US, and the strength of the Euro could keep investors on edge this week.
With about 40% of their service revenue at risk in Asia, telecom operators have had to transform themselves into digital players. But some are going down the wrong route.
We explore the changing face of online advertising in China, where both advertisers and platforms are becoming more sophisticated in the way they spend and make money. Tencent, Baidu, and Alibaba wil...
With the recovery of visitor arrivals to Hong Kong, hotels in the city should see a revival in fortunes; room rates and occupancy should rise, ringing in more attractive returns for operators and man...