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With unmatched local knowledge and research, an Asia-focused, 17-country network, and enduring relationships with customers across borders, we help you achieve your financial goals through a variety of innovative wealth management services.
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We cannot see Fed Chair Janet Yellen upending longstanding Fed guidance with a sudden spurt of hawkishness in her last policy statement this week. For more on currencies and rates, check out our Overnight Wrap and the Day Ahead.
India’s CPI inflation rose to a 15-month high of 4.9% in November; incoming data suggests December’s reading will surge past 5% vs the central bank’s target of 4%. The central bank will be cautious on the policy front.
Fitch Ratings upgraded the Philippines’ sovereign credit rating to ‘BBB’, with a stable outlook, on Monday. We concur with Fitch’s assessment that the economy has put up “strong and consistent macroeconomic performances”.
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