1. Research
  2. Products & Topics
  3. Region
  4. Global

QA with Amy Yang

October 5, 2023
Analyst:
In a new ‘Q&A with’ our US economist Amy Yang speaks about her role, highlighting how economists analyse data and closely track the Fed’s communication to forecast economic conditions. Regarding the economy, she outlines the team’s anticipation of a mild recession in early 2024, even amidst an enhanced likelihood of a soft landing. [more]

More documents about "International"

445 (11-22)
January 16, 2024
15
Bitcoin surged to a 21-month high last week, surpassing $47,000, a level not seen since April 2022. At the same time, the SEC made a landmark ruling in favour of the first-ever spot Bitcoin ETFs. Last Wednesday, the regulator approved 11 such applications by major financial institutions, including BlackRock and Fidelity Investments. Trading has already begun, with the first ETFs listed last Thursday. [more]
January 12, 2024
16
Indonesia has made impressive progress over the past few quarters in correcting the cyclical imbalances from the boom-bust pattern of the pandemic years. Both headline and core inflation have normalized; fiscal performance has surpassed expectations; and the trade surplus - while narrowing - has remained well supported by high commodity prices and mineral down-streaming efforts. The rupiah was one of the best-performing currencies in the region in 2023. [more]
January 10, 2024
Analyst:
17
In our latest Q&A with we speak with Brett Ryan, Senior US Economist. He provides valuable insights into the anticipated actions of the Fed regarding the policy rate at the upcoming March FOMC meeting, discusses the outlook for the US economy, and examines potential market impacts resulting from the US elections. [more]
December 27, 2023
18
Luke Templeman and Olga Cotaga discuss the implications of ageing populations on economies, financial markets and corporate balance sheets. The thematic research analysts rebuke common misconceptions that more retirees equals to government budgets blowing out, or that there could be an equity sell-off as baby boomers switch to bonds. On top of this, they discuss why some Western countries have an underappreciated demographic advantage and why short-term ageing concerns in China may be overdone. [more]
December 15, 2023
20
There will be varying degrees of opinion regarding the success of COP28, the first global stocktake summit after the Paris Agreement (2015). Ultimately, it was fascinating to experience the event considering the backdrop of Dubai and the leadership style of the UAE, a nation with roots in oil but a stated ambition to achieve net zero and increase its renewable energy capacity. [more]
37.5.0