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Market Turmoil Won’t Deter Fed Rate Hike: Mohamed A. El-Erian

Last week’s volatility in the markets, highlighted by further implosions in the high-yield and energy segments, won’t deter the Federal Reserve from raising interest rates on Wednesday. But the turmoil complicates the central bank’s communications challenge, particularly the need to wrap the hike in heavily conditional and responsive packaging.

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  • 16 December 2015
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    El-Erian: 3 Conclusions from the November Jobs Report

    The jobs report for November released Friday doesn’t just make it a near-certainty that the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates later this month. The data also further confirm the divergence in the policies of the Fed and the European Central Bank. And they highlight the cyclical and structural complexities facing the U.S. economy, which will require the Fed to pursue the loosest tightening cycle in its modern history

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  • 10 December 2015
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    Justin Fox: China’s Consumers Have a Long Way to Go

    The Chinese growth miracle of the past few decades has been driven by investing and exporting, not consumer spending. Lately, though, we’re hearing a lot about a “great rebalancing” in which domestic buyers of cars, phones, clothes, health-care and other consumer goods and services come to play a much bigger role in China’s economy.

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  • 08 December 2015
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    Goldman: These Are Our Two Favorite Sectors in the S&P 500 Right Now

    There are two things to buy ahead of a rate hike, the banks suggests—information technology and financial stocks.

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  • 04 November 2015
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    Beware Hasty Predictions of Fed’s Next Move: Mohamed A. El-Erian

    The fragility of the global economy, weakening conditions in the U.S. and recent statements from some Federal Reserve officials have led to a growing acceptance that the central bank won’t raise interest rates this year.

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  • 21 October 2015
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    William Pesek: 1990s Come Back to Haunt Malaysia

    Malaysia’s ongoing currency crash has many causes: a worsening global outlook, plunging commodity prices and, of course, the political scandal enveloping Prime Minister Najib Razak. But the real culprit is the year 1997.

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  • 13 August 2015
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    China’s Headaches Are the Fed’s, Too

    It’s time to call Beijing’s aggressive stock-market intervention what it really is: quantitative-easing, Chinese style.

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  • 31 July 2015
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    Keppel Seeks New Non-Rig Orders For Brazil Yards

    It was a good fortnight for the global markets with the Dow Jones industrial Average (DJIA) at record territories while most other global indices, including key Asian indices, are fighting to emulate the performance of their US counterpart.

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  • 26 July 2013
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    China Leaders Signal Slowdown Tolerance As Shift Planned

    China’s President Xi Jinping signaled a tolerance for slower expansion to avoid environmental degradation as policy makers outlined plans for the private sector to take a bigger role in boosting growth.

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  • 31 May 2013
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    China Home Prices Up in Most Cities, Posing Policy Challenge

    China’s new home prices posted the broadest advance since December 2011, a test for new Premier Li Keqiang as he seeks to prevent a bubble without damping economic growth. Prices climbed in 62 cities of the 70 the government tracks in February from a year earlier, the National Bureau of Statistics said today. Beijing prices [...]

  • 22 March 2013
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    Singapore REITs To Vary Funds On Interest Rates: Southeast Asia

    Singapore’s property trusts, the second-best performers in Asia in the past year, may have to diversify funding sources as they aren’t prepared for an “interest rate shock,” according to Fitch Ratings.

  • 22 March 2013
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    China May Boost Gold Holdings in Reserves, Researcher Says

    China, owner of the world’s largest foreign exchange reserves, may increase gold holdings to diversify away from the US dollar, a researcher said.

  • 18 January 2013
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    ENN Energy, Sinopec Make US$2b Cash Offer For China Gas

    ENN Energy Holdings and China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation offered HK$15.3 billion (US$2 billion) cash for China Gas Holdings to gain control of a fuel distribution network covering 20 provinces.

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  • 16 December 2011
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    Noble In Talks To Hire Ex-Goldman’s Alireza As CEO, WSJ Reports

    Noble Group is in talks to hire former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Asia-Pacific co-president Yusuf Alireza as chief executive officer (CEO), the Wall Street Journal said, citing an unidentified person familiar with the matter.

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  • 18 November 2011
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