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Private Investment In China at Record Slow Growth - HSBC

"The private sector in China is not really picking up steam," said Frederic Neumann, Co-Head:Asian Economics, HSBC, in a chat with Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis and Angie Lau about the key drivers of China's economy. This is a Bloomberg podcast. To ... Bloomberg, 1 month ago

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Front Page: PHL policy seen steady post-'Brexit'

Frederic Neumann, co-head of Asian economic research at HSBC, said in a note that he did not see any need for immediate monetary easing in the Philippines, citing the country's excess liquidity. Noting that [m]arkets didn't take the Brexit vote too ...
 Business World2 months ago Should Investors Be Worried About China's Economy?  Bloomberg1 week ago Growth in Asia: The Policies and Possibilities  Bloomberg1 month ago China's economy stabilizes with Q2 steady growth  Business Mirror1 month ago
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Weak demand for Asian goods dampens global trade outlook

Weak demand for Asian exports is dampening global trade expectations, according to one leading analyst. Frederic Neumann, Co-Head of Asian Economic Research at HSBC, said growth in Asia was slowing but noted that China's economy had performed well ...
 Lloyds Loading List1 month ago Asian factories sputter amid weak global demand  Japan Today3 weeks ago UK manufacturing slides under the weight of Brexit uncertainty  BDlive3 weeks ago Factories struggle as world demand sputters  Sharenet3 weeks ago
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Hunt on for new way to measure economic output

Gross domestic product (GDP) is so 20th century. The measure has risen from humble beginnings during the Great Depression to be an essential gauge for governments and central banks the world over. Long-term investors allocate capital based on its findings; ...
 The Financial Chronicle5 days ago

HSBC predicts 6.3% growth

The economy grew 5.6 per cent year-on-year in the second quarter, unchanged from the first quarter and down just a touch on forecasts of 5.8 per cent. The weather was the main culprit, as Vietnam experienced its worst drought in three decades, which ...
 Business Times Vietnam1 week ago
CNBC

In Asia, some consumers can't borrow more, whatever the interest rate

ard. Puangpeth Urabut, a 40-year old government employee in Thailand 's northeastern province of Nong Bua Lamphu, is the archetypical Thai consumer -- neck-deep in debt and borrowing against future income to fund basic consumption. Puangpeth ...
 CNBC2 weeks ago Asia loses its policy punch as consumers pile on debt  Sharenet2 weeks ago Asia Loses Its Policy Punch As ... - Reuters  Kitco2 weeks ago
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The Globalists

1) Lord Jacob de Rothschild. 2) His son Nathaniel. 3) Baron John de Rothschild 4) Sir Evelyn de Rothschild 5) David Rockefeller 6) Nathan Warburg 7) Henry Kissinger 8) George Soros 9) Paul Volcker 10) Larry Summers 11) Lloyd Blankfein 12) Ben ...
 Before It's News2 weeks ago

Business Up Rates Challenged

Drewry's latest reading of air freight markets was released a little late this month. But its final contents were surprisingly upbeat after a year of bearish pricing reports set to a backdrop of excess bellyhold capacity and poor macroeconomic ...
 Air Cargo News Flying Typers2 weeks ago

Taiwan ends 17-month streak of falling exports, but outlook cloudy

* Global economic uncertainty rising - ministry * July exports +1.2 pct y/y (vs f'cast -2.0 pct) * Imports -0.2 pct (vs f'cast -4.95 pct) * July exports to China +3.4 pct y/y, to U.S. -7.3 pct By Faith Hung and Liang-Sa Loh TAIPEI, Aug 8 ...
 Sharenet2 weeks ago UPDATE 2-Taiwan ends 17-month streak of falling exports, but outlook cloudy  Reuters UK2 weeks ago
Asharq Al Awsat

The death of the central bank

For the past 70 years, Japan has been a crucible of experimentation in economic policy. During its go-go years, Tokyo's unusual practices to spur rapid growth became a model for much of the rest of Asia, while its unconventional attempts to revive ...
 Korea Joongang Daily3 weeks ago Global central banks hit the ceiling on reforms  Gulf News3 weeks ago Death of the central bank  Edge Markets3 weeks ago Will Japan Continue to be a Laboratory of Economic Innovation?  Asharq Al Awsat3 weeks ago
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