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On today’s Money Talk we’re joined by Patrick Bennett at CIBC World Markets, Marc Franklin from Manulife Investment Management and RTHK’s International Economics Correspondent, Barry Wood.
05/10/2022 - 8:08am Business and Market Discussion
atrick Bennett, Macro Strategist at CIBC World Markets, reports that the Hong Kong Dollar is going through some asset price volatility..
Marc Franklin, Managing Director and Senior Portfolio Manager of Multi Asset Solutions at Manulife Investment Management, thinks that the US job market has been fairly strong, despite the US Fed's recent tightening in monetary policy.
RTHK’s International Economics Correspondent, Barry Wood, thinks that the US dollar will continue to plunge and is in "nosebleed" territory, due to a rattling in market sentiment.
In a flurry of central bank monetary policy tightening around the world in the past 24 hours, eight out of eleven central banks that met yesterday have raised interest rates, following the Fed’s decision to hike its main policy rate by 75bps. Yesterday morning, Hong Kong’s defacto central bank, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority raised the city’s base rate by 75bps to a 14-year high of 3.5%, effective immediately.
23/09/2022 - 8:10am Business and Market Discussion
Andrew Freris, CEO of Ecognosis Advisory, finds it fascinating that Turkey's central bank has cut its interest rates by 100 basis points despite the country being deep into inflation.
Sunil Kayshap, Director at FinMet, suggests that the SAR government 's decision to open up the city is a measure to counter the rise in global interest rates.
23/09/2022 - 8:25am View from South Korea