UBS AM fills senior sales role; Citi appoints new CEO; DWS launches new rating system to filter ESG leaders; China’s Harvest engages in UNPRI; Prestige helps wealth managers invest in green projects; China’s top officials make steps to further open up financial markets and capital flow channels; and more…
China’s growth outlook is expected to improve between 2017 and 2021, but the country’s rising debt skews the figures and raises strong concerns, according to the International Monetary Fund.
The International Monetary Fund warns of rising debt risks in Asia, as well as China’s likely “substantial spillovers” in the near term.
Don’t blindly accept the IMF’s “new mediocre” era of “low growth for a long time”. The synchronisation of rising economic growth in the US, China, Japan and India remains a plausible event, according to the bank’s research. BNY’s “G4 scenario” assumes that Japan’s average annual GDP growth is 2% for the remainder of the decade, […]
In March, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the Bank of Thailand (BoT) and the Bank of Korea (BoK) cut their respective key interest rates by 25 basis points each to support economic growth. “We believe that central banks in India, Thailand and Korea will continue to lean towards looser monetary policies, which should provide […]