Tag Archives: Economic Growth

Southeast Asian Inventories Are Set for Worst Rout Since ‘1 6

Southeast Asian Broths Are Set for Worst Rout Since ‘1 6 By En Han Choong More tales by En Han Choong and Abhishek Vishnoi More stories by Abhishek Vishnoi Rout redoubles as MSCI Asean Index set for third monthly deterioration Trade war’ shelter’ plights unroll as strangers depart

Banks Pine for Loan Growth as Clients Wait on Trumps Promises

President Donald Trump’s pledges to overhaul taxes, swap, infrastructure and health care may thrill some corporate commanders, but it’s inducing many to retard swellings. That’s bad for banks. Lending growth probably decelerated for a fourth straight quarter in the three months pointed Sept. 30 across more than a dozen of the most difficult U.S. banks, … Read More

U.S. Growth Cools to 2.3% While Compensation Rates Intensify

What Our Economists Say First-quarter GDP is better than consensus, as Bloomberg Economics projected, but don’t pop the champagne yet. Excluding armory stockpiling, the amount is considerably less robust. Final sales, or GDP ex-inventories, rose 1.9% vs. 3.4% prior — the softest expres since the fourth quarter of 2016. We spotlit this not to be … Read More

Philippines Poles Strongest Economic Growth in Asia at 7.1%

The Philippine economy proliferated at its fastest speed in three years last quarter, underscoring the nations resilience to global jeopardies as investment surged and consumers expended more. Stocks gained. Key Points Gross domestic product increased 7.1 percent from a year earlier, the Philippine Statistics Authority said in Manila Thursday. The median estimate of 15 economists … Read More