Economics and Macro Strategy
Trade war’s impact will be unevenly distributed in local China. Disruption is expected to be more pronounced in the coastal regions that rely heavily on trade.
Election-related uncertainty and a liquidity shortage that began last year are keeping debt investors on tenterhooks. India’s bonds also face demand-supply constraints this year.
Hotel occupancy in Hong Kong continues to rise despite growth in room supplies as visitation numbers from Mainland Chinese tourist show no signs of abating.
Recent bids by developers for Sims Drive and Middle Road sites suggest expectations for moderate price appreciation with buffers of more than 10% to recent transacted prices.
Profitability of automakers potentially affected with new subsidy scheme rolled out by Chinese government to encourage innovation amongst local manufacturers.
Our analysts took a deep drive to examine opportunities and challenges to come as the Greater Bay Area (GBA) embarks on its journey to become China’s newest innovation and technology hub.
Investing using Straits Times Index and Singapore government bond ETFs will provide the exposure; yield seeking investors can opt for S-REITS and Singapore Investment Grade Corporate Bond ETFs.
Jokowi expected to emerge victorious based on preliminary quick vote counts, and is set to serve as Indonesia’s President for a second term.
The European parliamentary elections are due between May 23 to 26th. Eurosceptic parties are expected to expand their footprint, which will put austerity and integration policies at risk.
We have lowered our full year GDP growth forecast for Singapore to 2.1%.
After a month and half of voting, elections ended on May 19. Exit polls predict a return of the ruling coalition – National Democratic Alliance (NDA), for a second term.
Investors mull US-China trade talks; Australia releases its budget report
The rupiah sinks to its weakest since 2015, on economic growth concerns
Stocks struggle for direction after Trump scraps Iran nuclear deal
Investors are increasingly buying protection for downside risks
Global investors are seeking cheaper exposures to equities
The Chief Investment Office brings you the investment outlook and strategy for 4Q17 in our brand-new "CIO Insights" publication
DBS Chief Investment Officer Lim Say Boon discusses the frustrating outlook for global equities
Neither feast nor famine - that is the frustrating outlook for global equities
As the metal of choice wherever electricity is needed, we believe that there is huge potential for the future of copper.
We expect global energy demand to increase at an average rate of about 1.5% per annum from 2017 to 2030 and believe that demand for the three key fossil fuels will not peak until 2030.
Celebrating 50 years, we bring the Jubilee Edition of DBS Asian Insights Conference to you in the form of a post-conference report.