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22/09/2023 - Business and Market Discussion
Dwyfor Evans, Head of APAC Macro Strategy at State Street Global Markets, tells James Ross that the probability of a Fed hike before the end of the year is pretty much a coin toss at the moment, but he thinks they won’t move in November.
Moving onto mainland China, Andrew Freris, CEO at Ecognosis Advisory, says with very low inflation rates, you cannot have big changes in interest rates, so he’s not expecting movement there either.
22/09/2023 - Your Money
22/09/2023 - View from Australia
Diana Mousina, Deputy Chief Economist at AMP Australia, says the Fed’s decision to hold rates has lifted bond yields around the world, including in Australia. She goes on to say that new RBA governor Michele Bullock is seen as a safe pair of hands, and the biggest challenge for next year will asserting herself around changes to the structure of the central bank's board.
On Tuesday's Money Talk, we're joined by James Wong, Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer at Lead Securities and Hong Kong-based Independent Economist, Connie Bolland. With a view from Japan is John Beirne, Vice-chair of Research at Asian Development Bank Institute.
01/11/2022 - 8:10am Business and Market Discussion
James Wong, Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer at Lead Securities, reports that the recent figures of the SAR show not only negative trends but a baarish state in the markets across different sectors.
Hong Kong-based Independent Economist, Connie Bolland, notes that the talent exodus in Hong Kong is not only affecting the talent pool, but also severely affecting the city's property markets.