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outh Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and the Philippines are expected to announce their inflation data for September.
SINGAPORE: Central bankers across Asia-Pacific must consider whether they can afford to wait until their next scheduled policy meetings or respond sooner to mounting global risks from the coronavirus outbreak and oil-price plunge.
SINGAPORE: Southeast Asian central banks signaled strong policy action this week to counter a hit to their economies from the new coronavirus.
Don’t expect Asia to take many leads from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s signal that further US interest rate cuts are coming.
Dubai: Investors will be hanging on Jerome Powell’s every word this week for clues as to whether the current nervousness gripping emerging markets is justified.Dubai: Investors will be hanging on Jerome Powell’s every word this week for clues as to whether the current nervousness gripping emerging markets is justified.
SINGAPORE: Singapore slashed its full-year economic growth forecast on Tuesday, as global conditions were seen worsening and final second quarter data showed the economy shrank 3.3% on the quarter
WELLINGTON/MUMBAI: Asia central banks signalled major concerns on Wednesday about the outlook for economic growth, stunning markets with a series of surprising interest rate cuts and pointing to policymakers' dwindling ammunition to fight off a downturn.
CHIANG MAI: Thailand’s central bank sees no need to quickly adjust its monetary policy, despite expecting lower economic growth this year, the governor said yesterday.
TOKYO: A gauge of global stock markets edged near this year's peak while benchmark U.S. Treasury yields and the dollar dropped after the Federal Reserve signalled possible interest rate cuts later this year.