As the Fed leaves room for one more hike later this year, AsianInvestor asks how this might influence investor sentiment about Asia's capital flows and economic prospects.
Although further obstacles have been added in the first quarter to an already bleak market situation, AsianInvestor hears expectations for opportunities for the remainder of the year among asset managers.
Fixed income is widely expected to bounce back as an asset class in 2023, even though the pace and magnitude of Fed rate hikes are expected to slow. AsianInvestor asked asset managers where asset owners could find good investment opportunities.
Concerns remain on whether interest rate hikes by the Fed will be able to slow economic activity and tame inflation — or push the US economy into recession, triggering major uncertainties for Asian capital markets.
The Federal Reserve has announced the beginning of its much-discussed tapering soon. Adding in the effects of inflation and supply chain disruptions, does this mean US equities are set for a drastic correction in the short term?
The dollar has been on the rise since the Fed took a hawkish approach to its monetary policy, but what’s next?
For the Year of the Rat, AsianInvestor is offering a set of financial and economic predictions. Here, we ask whether inflation could rise higher than expected.
For the Year of the Rat, AsianInvestor offers a set of financial and economic predictions. In this instalment, we ask whether The Federal Reserve is likely to cut interest rates.
AsianInvestor canvassed institutional investors for their thoughts on the US central bank's plans to reduce its balance sheet and its latest interest rate hike.
Number two in AsianInvestor's 10 predictions for the coming Year of the Rooster is: how many rate hikes will the US make this year?
The argument for raising inflation targets is that it would give central bankers more room to use interest rate policy, but some investment industry executives have their doubts about the concept.
AsianInvestor makes 10 key predictions for the Year of the Monkey, starting with our take on the Federal Reserve's likely approach to setting US interest rates in 2016.