How Inflation Affects Asian Economies and Equities?
Watch the latest video featuring Wei Yao, Chief Economist and Head of Research for Asia Pacific, and Frank Benzimra, Head of Asia Equity Strategy, who share their views on how inflation could impact Asian Economies and Equities.
In the past year, inflation has risen significantly on both demand and supply factors. Major Western central banks have since embarked on an aggressive tightening path which led to notable rise in interest rates and capital outflows.
How will Asia’s capital markets react to rising interest rates? Which Asian economies are better positioned against this global trend? Wei Yao, Chief Economist and Head of Research, Asia Pacific and Frank Benzimra, Head of Asia Equity Strategy, discuss their views on how inflation could affect Asian economies and equities.
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