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HONG KONG: Stretched property valuations mean Hong Kong’s economy is vulnerable if interest rates rise faster than expected, the International Monetary Fund said.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong developer stocks have gone from being the top performers to the worst, slammed by home price curbs and the expectation of rate hikes following Donald Trump’s win in the US presidential election.
HONG KONG: The Hong Kong dollar’s strength is likely to be short-lived, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
London: The overwhelming view from economists is that it is too early to know how Britain will cope with years of Brexit uncertainty - but there is a growing belief the country can avoid a recession that only weeks ago was regarded as likely.
LONDON: Stocks slipped on Wednesday while the dollar continued to claw back last week's losses as investors grappled with the prospect of a U.S. interest rate increase in the months ahead coming amid continued uncertainty about the strength of the global economy.
NEW YORK: Commodity bulls, it might finally be time to exhale.
KUALA LUMPUR: Subdued growth in major emerging markets will weigh on global growth in 2016. That said, economic activity is anticipated to pick up 2.9% from 2.4% growth in 2015 as advanced economies gain speed, according to the World Bank.
ISTANBUL: Turkish companies are again considering initial public offerings (IPOs) as a means to raise funds as debt financing becomes more expensive after the US Federal Reserve started raising interest rates, according to the head of the country’s capital markets authority.
SEOUL: South Korea’s central bank will maintain an accommodative policy stance for now to support a fragile economic recovery, the bank said even as its governor warned that keeping monetary conditions loose for long has increased financial imbalances.