economics

When bad economic news stops being good stock market news — dangers ahead! - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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When bad economic news stops being good stock market news — dangers ahead!

The obvious question for investors would be whether to chase this rally.

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We repeat … the secular declines in inflation and interest rates have ended

Brace for higher-for-longer interest rates, for more reasons than only CPI.

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Higher-for-longer inflation and interest rates — and what it means for equities and currencies

The secular inflation and interest rate decline is reversing.
The ringgit will do a lot better with the ‘right’ stories - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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The ringgit will do a lot better with the ‘right’ stories

A plausible story can triple current account surplus and double net forex reserves.
Is residential property in Malaysia a good investment? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Is residential property in Malaysia a good investment?

Investing in real estate is also about the country’s macro management, take Singapore for example.

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Why y-o-y real wages in the US may be rising, yet its standard of living may have fallen — a statistical mirage

Surveys routinely show inflation and pessimism over the health of the economy topping the people’s concerns.
Economic policies in Malaysia are dictated by politics  — why they fail - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Economic policies in Malaysia are dictated by politics — why they fail

Malaysians are, on average, adequately paid relative to living costs.

Oil & Gas

How OPEC+ saw its hold on global oil markets fray despite extra production cuts

'The market seems little convinced about the petro-nations'
Should Malaysia force wages to rise through direct wage policy intervention? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Should Malaysia force wages to rise through direct wage policy intervention?

Workers in Malaysia are lowly paid, but not underpaid.
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