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This Month's Insights

  • March 2017
    Faster growth, fading deflation

    The pickup in global growth seen in late 2016 has extended into the new year. This should pull the world further away from the risk of deflation and means we can look for turning points in monetary policy outside the U.S.


  • February 2017
    Themes for 2017

    As we start the journey that will be 2017, it is pertinent to recap the year in review. What worked, what is still relevant, and what needs be discarded?


  • December 2016/January 2017
    The end of certainty

    Global growth has been remarkably stable over the past five years, once the rebound from 2008-09 recession had faded. Each year produced growth in the 3 to 3.5 per cent range compared to the cyclical swings of previous decades.


  • November 2016
    Singapore Stock Market Offers Selective Opportunities

    It has been a choppy year for Asian equities as Fed policy, oil prices, Brexit, slower growth from China, the U.S. Presidential election and several other key events dictated stock price movements.


  • October 2016
    Five Years Later, Hope For Asia

    It has been a disappointing ride for Asian investors in the last five to six years. From end-2010 to August 2016, the MSCI Asia ex-Japan index which is a measure of Asian equities has posted a gain of 18 per cent (2.9 per cent per annum) versus 66 per cent (9.3 per cent per annum) for global equities as measured by the MSCI World Index.


  • September 2016
    Rising volatility from U.S. elections

    Investors are more worried about this November's U.S. presidential election than in any other U.S. electoral cycle in recent memory. While polls and markets are expecting a Hillary Clinton victory, Brexit�s surprise reminds us not to be too complacent.


Previous Conversations

  • March 2017
    Faster growth, fading deflation
    The pickup in global growth seen in late 2016 has extended into the new year. This should pull the world further away from the risk of deflation and means we can look for turning points in monetary policy outside the U.S.


    February 2017
    Themes for 2017
    As we start the journey that will be 2017, it is pertinent to recap the year in review. What worked, what is still relevant, and what needs be discarded?


    December 2016/January 2017
    The end of certainty
    Global growth has been remarkably stable over the past five years, once the rebound from 2008-09 recession had faded. Each year produced growth in the 3 to 3.5 per cent range compared to the cyclical swings of previous decades.


  • November 2016
    Singapore Stock Market Offers Selective Opportunities
    It has been a choppy year for Asian equities as Fed policy, oil prices, Brexit, slower growth from China, the U.S. Presidential election and several other key events dictated stock price movements.


    October 2016
    Five Years Later, Hope For Asia
    It has been a disappointing ride for Asian investors in the last five to six years.


    September 2016
    Rising volatility from U.S. elections
    Investors are more worried about this November's U.S. presidential election than in any other U.S. electoral cycle in recent memory.


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