We can live with a slowing Chinese economy, said Frederic Neumann, co-head of Asian economics research at HSBC. "Don't always buy the headlines, the headlines are screaming China might be falling off a cliff, but if you look at the economy, it's ... CNBC, 2 weeks ago
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 18): The plunge in crude oil prices will not lead to a swift bounce in Asian demand, according to Frederic Neumann, HSBC Global Research's co-head of Asia Economics Research. In a note today, Neumann said that for one, lower ...Edge Markets, 2 weeks ago Plunge in crude prices won't lead to a swift bounce in Asian demand, says HSBC economist Edge Markets, 2 weeks ago
Soaring household debt in Asia is one of the starkest legacies of the post-2008 low rates world order. If 10 years ago US households stood out as some of the most leveraged in the world, today, Asia is home to the highest household debt globally. ...Iran Daily, 1 day ago
Chinese officials are using military analogies to describe the People's Bank of China's bruising attack on speculators who were betting against the nation's currency. Take Wang Yong, an academic at the PBOC's training school. He urged policy makers ...American Journal of Transportation On-Line, 4 days ago
Years after the biggest global financial meltdown since the Great Depression spurred debate over how policy makers can head off asset bubbles, tentative evidence is emerging from Asia-Pacific economies that prudent regulation can prove ...MyInforms, 1 week ago Asset Bubbles May Be staved off Gulf Time UAE, 1 week ago Asset Bubbles May Be Avoidable After All Bloomberg, 1 week ago Asia-Pacific economies show how asset bubbles can be avoided Edge Markets, 1 week ago
The pessimism surrounding low oil prices is unlikely to let up anytime soon, given the still-swelling glut in crude supplies worldwide amid slowing demand. Analysts expect oil prices to stay depressed for the next few months, especially with Iran ...Asiaone, 1 week ago Oil price dips below $28 to 13-year low as markets brace for Iranian supply ExecReview.com, 2 weeks ago
From Singapore to Sydney to Seoul, regulators have implemented prudential rules that target house-price inflation at the same time as they deliver stimulus to their economies through monetary policy. As the list of countries dropping rates toward ...Business World, 1 week ago
There's a funny saying that when China sneezes the world catches a cold. With China's Shenzhen and Shanghai stock markets down over 40 percent from its recent highs, fears are growing that China's slowdown will derail the global economy. Already, ...Seeking Alpha, 2 weeks ago
The Merrill Lynch energy high yield debt index tumbled to its lowest in over five years on Friday, posting its biggest weekly fall since October 2008 and the second biggest fall ever. The declines came despite a rebound in the wobbly Shanghai ...Equilibrio Informativo, 2 weeks ago
NEWDELHI: The sharp fall in global crude oil prices is unlikely to result in a swift bounce in demand conditions among Asian economies including India, says an HSBC report on Monday. According to the report, tumbling crude prices are not going to be ...New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago Lower oil prices no quick fix for Asia's growth: HSBC Business Today India, 2 weeks ago Lower oil prices unlikely to revive demand in Asia: HSBC DNA, 2 weeks ago Asia and oil! What's going on? India Infoline, 2 weeks ago
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