Option traders anticipate a delay to Brexit
Xiaomi Corporation’s stock has failed to benefit from the wave of investor cash
A rally in equities sputters on word that US and Chinese negotiators remain at odds
Investors are increasingly buying protection for downside risks
Global investors are seeking cheaper exposures to equities
Despite the volatility, the magnitude of the recent correction suggests that markets have been pricing in an eventual resolution to the crisis
DBS CIO Hou Wey Fook discusses if it is the start of a bear market for equities, how to maximise risk-return, and new investment themes
The Chief Investment Office brings you the investment outlook and strategy for 4Q17 in our brand-new "CIO Insights" publication
DBS Chief Investment Officer Lim Say Boon discusses the frustrating outlook for global equities
Thailand elections on March 24 (Sunday), will be a bigger watch factor than today’s Bank of Thailand (BOT) rate review.
India’s trade deficit is set to be wider again in FY19 but there are reasons to cheer, when it comes to trade trends with China.
2Q could be challenging for the THB. We maintain our underperformance view.
Establishment of Express Rail Link revitalised shoppers traffic into Tsim Sha Tsui from Shenzhen and Guangzhou at the expense of foot traffic to Causeway Bay.
Five party merger of Thai banks set to benefit all involved including unlocking TCAP’s value to realise higher profits from transferred businesses.
Office plays and developers with sizeable exposure to the Greater Bay Area (GBA) set to benefit from strong potential of the economic region.
The top client questions were on trade war, exchange rates, and impact of fiscal/monetary policy on growth outlook.
SGD rates outperformance ahead.
In this video,Taimur Baig, DBS Chief Economist, interviews our India economist, Radhika Rao, on how various aspects of the Indian economy and markets tend to behave around elections.
Fed rate pause is expected to continue at Thursday’s decision. New dot plots bear watching.
Sifting through the recent data on the share of payments of major currencies through SWIFT, we make a few observations.
Last year’s sharp price correction has brought back value-seeking investors to Asia, as bets on some resolution of trade wars and expectation of more policy stimulus in China rise.
As the metal of choice wherever electricity is needed, we believe that there is huge potential for the future of copper.
We expect global energy demand to increase at an average rate of about 1.5% per annum from 2017 to 2030 and believe that demand for the three key fossil fuels will not peak until 2030.
Celebrating 50 years, we bring the Jubilee Edition of DBS Asian Insights Conference to you in the form of a post-conference report.