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Global Economies’ Recovery Not In Sight

Carlos Casanova, Senior Economist, UBP

20-Dec-23 07:00

Global Economies’ Recovery Not In Sight

The Bank of Japan takes a hold on its policy settings driven by Yen depreciation and weaker domestic consumption. China recovery looks uneven and weak while manufacturing is also very slow to pick up. US rates however look like they have reached their peak and cuts are expected. We speak to Carlos Casanova, Senior Economist, UBP on how to understand the direction of the major economies as they try to generate a recovery.

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Produced by: Mike Gong

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Philip See, Anwar Mahbob


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Tags:  market watchbank of japanchina economic outlookus federal reserve2024 outlook





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