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Expectations for fiscal boost fuels optimism
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India’s government is expected to adhere to its fiscal roadmap as it tables its 2017/18 budget next month, despite the drag on growth arising from the demonetisation initiative.
While Donald Trump’s “America First” policy means that the world’s largest economy would start turning inward – potentially damaging global trade – he believed his election, along with the UK’s decis...
Chief Economist David Carbon looks at 3 big questions for 2017: How much will interest rates rise? How fast will the US grow? How much will Asia suffer?
A weekly snapshot of the Chinese property market – from sales volume to inventory levels – in the Tier-I to -III cities; as well as an overview of the share performance of sector players.
A weekly snapshot of the Chinese property market – from sales volume to inventory levels – in the Tier 1 to 3 cities; as well as an overview of the share performance of sector players.
We see limited impact from the new regulations issued by Indonesia’s Ministry of Agriculture on the supply, distribution and supervision of live broilers.
We are looking for another quarter of 6.7% growth (year-on-year), same as Q1-Q3. Full-year GDP is thus expected to grow by 6.7%, in line with the government’s target of 6.5-7%.
While domestic demand, especially retail sales, has improved over the last few months in Japan, a sentiment-driven recovery is unlikely to be sustainable.
Chinese exports did not fare well into the end of last year, and risks are tilted to the downside for 2017 as signs abound of further deterioration in China-US trade and political ties.
The US dollar made a fast recovery after the US consumer price index returned to the Federal Reserve’s target range and on Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s hawkish comments.
US consumer price inflation has crossed the Federal Reserve’s 2% target – a whole one to two years earlier than anticipated.
US President-elect Donald Trump complained that the US dollar was too strong on Tuesday. But we think his comments should be taken with a pinch of salt.
To cope with a burgeoning and quickly ageing population, China is putting together a pension – and healthcare – system that will mean significant investment opportunities. We take a close...
While London, New York and Silicon Valley, compete to position themselves as the world's 'FinTech hub', China has leapfrogged ahead to become the undoubted centre of global FinTech i...
After rapid growth in their home market, Chinese developers are increasingly looking outward for expansion and higher profits; in this special report, we highlight the companies, countries, and segme...