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Chief economist update: Cloudy 2020 vision for OECD
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 22 NOV 2019
... including from a further escalation of trade and cross-border investment policy restrictions, continued uncertainty about Brexit, a failure of policy stimulus to prevent a sharper slowdown in China, and financial vulnerabilities from the tensions between ...
Chief economist update: Santa Claus is coming to town
BENJAMIN ONG  |  MONDAY, 11 NOV 2019
... in deed (Fed, ECB, PBOC and RBA) - and the recent positive turn of events - US-China trade deal, the UK could finally Brexit with polls predicting UK PM Boris Johnson could win a 96-seat majority at the 12 December polls - had eased uncertainty. But ...
Chief economist update: Brexit la la la
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 8 NOV 2019
It won't be over till it's over. Yes Virginia, the uncertainty that is Brexit festers on, pushed further until Britons have cast their vote at (yet another) general election to be held on 12 December (December 13 in Australia) and from there ...
WTW launches first Australian-domiciled fund, names RE
ELIZA BAVIN  |  MONDAY, 4 NOV 2019
... a stronger and more sustainable source of excess returns. "We know macro events are weighing on markets - trade wars, Brexit, recessionary influences, potential quantitative easing - leading to a high level of uncertainty," Goss said. "To outperform ...
Chief economist update: Brexit uncertainty is not all that bad
BENJAMIN ONG  |  TUESDAY, 15 OCT 2019
... before the UK Parliament is moot, the fact remains that the Queen of the United Kingdom has all but given her imprimatur on Brexit come 31 October 2019. But this remains a tall ask (if the UK wants to exit with a "deal") with only a few weeks to go before ...
Surprise $56 billion bid for London Stock Exchange
ELIZA BAVIN  |  THURSDAY, 12 SEP 2019
... bid comes at a crucial time for both, with Britain looking to strengthen its financial sector in the face of a looming Brexit, and Hong Kong embroiled in political turmoil. Charles Li, chief executive of HKEX, said: "Bringing HKEX and LSEG together will ...
Chief economist update: The budget surplus can wait
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 30 AUG 2019
... spending plans in the face of multiplying challenges - trade war, global slowdown led by China and melting emerging markets, Brexit, wobbly share markets and on the domestic front, record high household debt levels, stagnant wages growth, declining property ...
Chief economist update: The fear of Brexit
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 29 AUG 2019
... mother tongue, "The pomp of death alarms us more than death itself." Yes Virginia, you know where I'm going with this. Brexit - the "no-deal" variety - is all but assured. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's announcement suspending Parliament from ...
Chief economist update: The hazard of being a safe haven
BENJAMIN ONG  |  WEDNESDAY, 21 AUG 2019
... by rising expectations for a US recession (and perhaps, Germany); the trade war - US and China, Japan and South Korea; Brexit; political uncertainty (in Hong Kong, in Italy, in Russia and in Argentina). These mounting uncertainties have pushed investors ...
Chief economist update: Will Australia avoid another global recession?
BENJAMIN ONG  |  FRIDAY, 16 AUG 2019
... debilitating effect of which has now prompted Japan and South Korea to engage in a trade war of their own. There's Brexit and the recent contraction in Germany's economy and increased political uncertainty in Italy. And then, there's the ...
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