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  • Ghana – GHS bonds: Robust returns, high risk - Updated Mon May 18, 2015

    • Elevated carry and duration gains will likely result in robust GHS bond returns over the next 12 months • Local bonds could post decent unhedged USD returns despite significant FX tail risks • Foreign investors may need to be more comfortable ...

  • CNH CGB auction – Less supply amid more easing [Correction] - Updated Mon May 18, 2015

    This supersedes the version dated 18 May 2015. Changes target level for 10Y CNH CGB trade to 3.1%. • China’s Ministry of Finance will issue CNY 28bn offshore bonds in 2015 – half this week and half in H2 • Issuance amount is lower than expected; n...

  • 18-May – MPC to focus on Nigeria FX decision - Updated Sun May 17, 2015

    Top 3 data/events • Euro area – CPI likely to match flash at 0.0% y/y • UK – CPI inflation likely turned negative in April • Mexico – Banxico biding its time • Market focus • Nigeria MPC to announce monetary policy decision on Tuesday 19 May ...

  • Asia data previews – 15-22 May 2015 - Updated Fri May 15, 2015

    • The external sector likely weighed on Thailand’s Q1 GDP while supporting Japan’s Q1 GDP • We expect BI to cut the policy rate by 25bps in May and the BoJ to remain on hold • Inflation for April is likely to have edged lower in Hong Kong and acce...

  • SCTF – Bullish flow signal for USD-MYR - Updated Fri May 15, 2015

    • G10: Custodian clients turned net USD-JPY buyers in April • Asia: SCTF Aggregate Flow Index shows that our clients turned net USD-KRW sellers • Africa: SCTF Aggregate Position Index shows that our clients are short USD-ZMW, long USD-ZAR • SC...

  • Global Research: Top Weekly Reads – 8 – 14 May 2015 - Updated Fri May 15, 2015

    The following reports received the most reads from clients, as per readership data, for the period from 8 to 14 May 2015. They are listed in descending order of most reads: Golden Eagle – Has all the bad news been priced in? On the Ground – Indone...

  • Cambodia – Riding the ‘China plus one’ wave - Updated Fri May 15, 2015

    We recently visited Cambodia and met with public- and private-sector institutions • Cambodia is attracting international manufacturers seeking to diversify from China and other countries • Low labour costs, geographical advantage and pro-FDI polic...

  • China – Below-7% growth highly likely in Q2 - Updated Fri May 15, 2015

    April data suggests the economy is not out of the woods yet; we forecast Q2 GDP growth at 6.7% y/y • PBoC may encourage policy lending, and rely more on RRR cuts to guide down the cost of funding • Fiscal policy has become more proactive; monetary...

  • SDR: One small step for China, one giant leap for CNY - Updated Fri May 15, 2015

    Renminbi’s SDR inclusion is only a matter of time; we now see a 60% probability this year • Renminbi broadly meets SDR criteria; capital account liberalisation to accelerate sharply in 2015 • We expect a persistent rise in global diversification i...

  • USD – Paying Uncle Sam - Updated Fri May 15, 2015

    • Closing the tax loophole on foreign earnings is at the centre of the current US tax-reform debate • Obama’s tax proposal would result in limited tax revenue, but significant corporate repatriation to the US • In FX markets, the USD would be supp...



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22-May – Selectively receive EM Asia rates

Top 3 data/events • Singapore – Prices may have continued to fall in April • Taiwan – We forecast slower IP growth in April on weak export sales • Japan – Trade balance likely turned negative again in April • Market focus • EM/DM yield spread was range-bound as foreign investors became...

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