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Chief economist update: Trade war and peace
BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 18 JUN 2018
It'll be pitiful if this escalates into an all-out global trade war and reverses the efforts of central bankers towards bringing abnormal monetary policies towards normality.
Chief economist update: ECB cannot be any clearer
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 15 JUN 2018
While the European Central Bank kept policy unchanged in its June meeting, it laid down a clear roadmap of its streets, highways and by-ways (including unexpected potholes).
Chief economist update: Fed flattens the yield curve
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 14 JUN 2018
The US Federal Reserve projects good growth over at least the next three years yet investors are buying safety instead of risk assets. That, indeed, is a conundrum.
Now showing: Trump and Kim
BENJAMIN ONG  |  TUESDAY, 12 JUN 2018
History of US-North Korea negotiations are replete with promises and back downs.
Japan needs trade peace with the US
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 8 JUN 2018
Japan is an export-dependent country and the US, its biggest export market accounting for 19% of total exports. China accounts for 18%.
Chief economist update: Another five minutes of sunshine?
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 7 JUN 2018
Australia's major GDP components have produced positive contributions to March quarter growth. However, dig deeper and you'll find some nasties.
Chief economist update: A prelude to an RBA cut?
BENJAMIN ONG  |  WEDNESDAY, 6 JUN 2018
The general consensus is for a 25 basis point lift sometime in the second quarter of 2019. But why a lift? The RBA could still move in the other direction and lower interest rates.
Chief economist update: Rush hour is over for the BOE
BENJAMIN ONG  |  TUESDAY, 5 JUN 2018
With economic activity and inflation in the UK slowing, the Bank of England would no longer be in a hurry to raise interest rates.
Chief economist update: China's neo-great leap forward
BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 4 JUN 2018
June 1 marked the day when MSCI included Chinese A-shares into its benchmark MSCI Emerging Markets Index, MSCI All Country World Index and MSCI China Index.
Chief economist update: Capex and credit and the trade war
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 1 JUN 2018
Australia - tariff-exempt as it may be - wouldn't be able to escape the negative consequences of an all-out trade war, i.e. weaker global growth, rising inflation and reduced profits.
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