Daily analysis of the latest economic data points and policy developments in Asia and the major economies of the world.
DBS tracks developments in the economies, foreign exchange and fixed income markets of the Asia-11 (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam...Read More
The Chinese yuan will continue its 20-year march north, beneath all the huckus-ruckus of bilateral currency moves that few can explain and fewer can predict.Read More
The Indian rupee was relatively unaffected by last year’s demonetisation move, and the authorities are likely to be tolerant of modest rupee depreciation moving forward.
Singapore’s inflation has returned to the positive, and we have revised up our inflation forecast for the year, keeping in mind additional price pressures this year.
Korea’s exports are expected to have picked up to 13% in February while CPI inflation likely eased to 1.6%.
China’s push for growth-at-any-cost is being replaced with the “New Normal”.It will fundamentally change how business and investing are done.Read More
The market is cautious ahead of US President Donald Trump’s address to the US Congress on Tuesday. We outline what is needed to push the US dollar higher.
The US Federal Reserve has some catching up to do and the sooner it starts, the better markets will take it in the end.
The Chinese yuan will continue its 20-year march north, beneath all the huckus-ruckus of bilateral currency moves that few can explain and fewer can predict.