The regional economist at Barclays on the single biggest challenge India faces and why finance minister Arun Jaitley should stick to the fiscal consolidation path Singapore: Finance minister Arun Jaitley should stick to the path of fiscal ... Livemint.com, 3 days ago
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Improving macros will fuel markets in 2016; rupee likely to remain top EM currency pick: Rahul Bajoria, Barclays
In a chat with , Rahul Bajoria, Regional Economist, Barclays, shares his macroeconomic outlook. Excerpts: ET Now: In 2012, the macros were very bad but markets gave 30% returns. In 2015, macros are are improving but markets are being a laggard.Economic Times, 1 month ago
By After keeping monetary-policy rates unchangedon Thursday, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas's (BSP) next move will likely be a rate hike in preparation for the new framework the central bank is set to implement in the second quarter, economists ...Business Mirror, 2 days ago
8:37 pm by MAYVELIN U. CARABALLO Reporter [embedded content] Tweet Monetary authorities decided to keep key interest rates unchanged during their first policy meeting for the year, noting that the economy did not need additional support ...Manila Times, 3 days ago BSP keeps key rates, 2015 inflation forecast [The Manila Times, Philippines] Bloomberg, 1 month ago
KUALA LUMPUR (NewsRise) -- Malaysia's industrial production grew at a faster-than-expected pace in December, driven by higher manufacturing and electricity output. The industrial production index -- which measures output from factories, power ...Nikkei Asian Review, 3 days ago
JAPAN, CHINA SLOWDONW WEIGHS ON 2015 TOTAL February 10, 2016 9:07 pm by MAYVELIN U. CARABALLO, REPORTER [embedded content] Tweet Philippine merchandise exports fell for a ninth consecutive month in December 2015, capping a full-year ...Manila Times, 4 days ago Inflation eases to 1.3% in Jan Manila Times, 1 week ago 2015 GDP grows 5.8%, among Asia's fastest Manila Times, 2 weeks ago Dec inflation hits 1.5%, 2015 result below target Manila Times, 1 month ago
Feb. 06--INFLATION moderated to 1.3 percent in January after picking up in the last two months of 2015, the government reported on Friday, on the back of lower food and non-food prices. Last month's result was slower than the 1.5 percent recorded in ...4 Traders, 1 week ago Inflation eases to 1.3% in Jan [The Manila Times, Philippines] Bloomberg, 1 week ago
Growth in the Philippine economy picked up late in 2015 as strong domestic demand and government spending cushioned the impact of weak exports which are hurting many of its larger trade -reliant Asian neighbours. Even the severe El Nino dry spell ...Live Trading News, 2 weeks ago Businessmen satisfied with 5.8% growth Manila Bulletin, 2 weeks ago Philippine growth accelerates as government spends more Yahoo! Singapore, 2 weeks ago -Big-spending Philippines posts strong Q4 growth, bucks global chill Sharenet, 2 weeks ago
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Kuala Lumpur: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak is widely expected to cut 2016 spending and raise fiscal deficit targets today as poor oil prices disrupt budget plans unveiled three months ago. Economists expect budget spending to be cut ...Sabah Daily Express, 2 weeks ago Oil slump forcing M'sia to cut spending, widen fiscal deficit target Free Malaysia Today, 2 weeks ago CAN NAJIB CONTROL MALAYSIA'S BIGGEST CHALLENGE - OIL PRICES Malaysia Chronicle, 2 weeks ago PREVIEW -Oil slump forcing Malaysia to cut spending, widen fiscal deficit target Reuters India, 2 weeks ago
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* 2016 GDP growth target reduced to 4-4.5 pct * Fiscal deficit target kept at 3.1 pct of GDP * Economists say deficit target may be hard to reach * Najib says revisions will save 9 billion ringgit (Adds quotes, details) By Joseph Sipalan and A.Sharenet, 2 weeks ago
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