India’s government is expected to adhere to its fiscal roadmap as it tables its 2017/18 budget next month, despite the drag on growth arising from the demonetisation initiative.
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China’s containerboard manufacturers may continue to see some upside in net profit per tonne, but we believe growth will be much slower this year.
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We see limited impact from the new regulations issued by Indonesia’s Ministry of Agriculture on the supply, distribution and supervision of live broilers.
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After the declining assets under management and trading volumes of 2016, we hope our China/Hong Kong stock and sector picks will be a help in 2017.
We think the closer integration of Southeast Asian countries will bring about opportunities for investors across the region.
Another strong showing is expected from Singapore’s export performance, and – while there are still risks on the horizon – it seems the worst of the export cycle is probably behind us.
Higher oil prices propped up India’s December 2016 import growth, and we expect to see an uptick in wholesale price index inflation for the same reason.
The Bank of Korea now expects inflation to converge with its 2% target by mid-2017, but a temporary rise in headline inflation doesn’t mean the central bank will raise rates in response.
Short-term swap rates across the globe are generally pointing toward tighter monetary policy over the coming three years.
No fresh measures are expected from the European Central Bank’s Thursday meeting but policy rhetoric will be sifted through to gauge its interpretation of improving data prints.
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The era of extraordinarily low interest rates is probably over. Let’s take a look at what that – and 2017 – holds for our economies and markets.