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  • Singapore – What Singapore corporates think . . . - Updated Wed January 29, 2014

    • Fewer corporates expect growth to accelerate in 2014 from the pace seen in 2013 • Sustaining revenue growth is corporates’ main concern, far outweighing worries over rising costs • Corporates are bearish on the SGD vs. USD; looking to partly hed...

  • 01 June – From politics to central banks - Updated Thu May 31, 2012

    • China data expected to show inflation and growth moderating in May • South Korea and Australia likely to leave interest rates on hold • We expect rate cuts in Uganda and Kenya • European Central Bank could leave a window open for future action...

  • 04 May – European voters have their say - Updated Thu May 3, 2012

    • Elections in France, Greece, Germany and Italy add to uncertainty • Rising European unemployment is raising the political temperature • UK needs more QE soon, but the BoE will likely wait another month • China’s economy still on track to troug...

  • 20 April – Policy-making and politics - Updated Thu April 19, 2012

    • G20 will discuss boosting IMF funds as euro-area stresses return • FOMC, Bernanke press conference, Q1-2012 GDP in focus in the US • BoJ set to expand its asset-purchase programme • The French presidential election kicks off a series of euro-a...



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