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  • 13-June-12 – Firmer ground for the RBI to cut rates - Updated Tue June 12, 2012

    Top 3 data/events • Philippines – BSP is likely to keep rates on hold for the remainder of 2012 • Euro area – Chancellor Merkel to outline her stance ahead of the G20 meeting • US – We forecast weaker-than-consensus May retail sales • Market foc...

  • 29-May-12 – Asia’s production down cycle - Updated Mon May 28, 2012

    Top 3 key data/events • Australia – Retail sales likely to have decelerated • South Africa – Consumption to support GDP growth in Q1 • Euro area – Eurostat business surveys to echo weak flash PMIs • Market focus • Asia’s production has been w...

  • 28-May-12 – The market is still short USD-AXJ - Updated Sun May 27, 2012

    Top 3 data/events • Asian rates – Scope for a further bond rally amid risk aversion • China – Spot hits 2012 high amid new two-way variability • Germany – Wage increases have not yet affected inflation • Market focus • Flow data suggest real-m...

  • 21-May-12 – Asia’s slowdown - Updated Sun May 20, 2012

    Top 3 key data/events • Hong Kong – April CPI inflation likely remained unchanged at 4.9% y/y • Nigeria – We now expect the CBN to keep the MPR on hold this year • UK – Door left ajar for QE3 as inflation concerns diminish • Market focus • Q1 T...

  • 15-May-12 – Relative value in Asia - Updated Mon May 14, 2012

    Top 3 data/events • Japan – A contraction in machinery orders is likely • UK – BoE’s Inflation Report to provide insight into the possibility of further QE • US – Consumer spending continues to expand Market focus • Asian bonds have underperfo...



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