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29/02/2024 - Business and Market Discussion
Enzio Von Pfeil, a capital preservation specialist at Financial Shield, tells Steven Filby that the removal of spicy measures in the budget is welcome, but he doesn’t think that will make much difference to the property market, as income confidence is being eroded. On moves to encourage tourism, Le Xia, Asia Chief Economist at BBVA Research says there’s a conflict between planning mega events while reviving the hotel accommodation tax.
29/02/2024 - Your Money
29/02/2024 - View from the US
RTHK’s International Economics Correspondent Barry Wood, says the US Federal Reserve does pay a lot of attention to the personal consumption expenditure data in order to gauge inflation, but he thinks it will not overly influence the likelihood of an interest rate change at the central bank's next meeting.
05/12/2023 - Business and Market Discussion
Michelle Lam, Greater China Economist at Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Banking, tells Nitin Dialdas that it’s hard to be optimistic about Hong Kong’s economy next year, with the property market correcting, however, if the Fed does start cutting later in the year, that could help change things. Alex Wong, Director of Alex KY Wong Asset Management, agrees that the outlook is gloomy, adding that people aren’t spending their cash here, and instead travelling to Shenzhen over the weekend.
05/12/2023 - Your Money
05/12/2023 - View from Japan
Martin Schulz, Chief Economist at Fujitsu, says 2023 has been a strong year for Japan’s economy, as the government did not need to drain liquidity, because inflation was not growing at the rate it was in other countries. However, with wages not growing as fast as inflation and domestic demand slowing, the outlook is not as good.