Three more months until year-end. Time for our quarterly resume and outlook for the Asia-Pacific stock markets for the remaining period. October is known as the month with the highest volatility in the year. November and December, on the other hand, are mostly well-performing months due to the tendency for a year-end rally. Continue reading “APAC Markets: Double-Digit Gains Despite Many Uncertainties”→
Government bond yields are continuing decreasing around the world with some countries reaching already negative yields for their 10-year bonds such as in Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, France, and Japan. How does the situation look around Asia-Pacific? Where to park money safely in Asia when not invested in the equity markets? Continue reading “A Look at Government Bonds in Asia Pacific”→
How did Asia-Pacific’s forex markets perform so far? The table beside gives a snapshot of the development of the different currencies in the Asia-Pacific region. Thailand’s Baht has increased the most against the USD and even more against the EUR. The Baht rose more than four percent against the USD and over eight percent against the EUR until the end of July this year. Continue reading “A Look at the Forex Markets in Asia-Pacific in 2019”→
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