Smartkarma Webinar | Significant Shift in Fed Policy Expectations: Implications for ASEAN Markets

2.6k Views28 May 2024 16:02
  • In the next installment of our Webinar series, in collaboration with ASEAN Exchanges, we go live with Smartkarma Insight Provider Said Desaque.
  • Courtesy of strong economic data, financial markets have significantly revised their expectations for Fed policy in 2024.
  • The June FOMC meeting is pivotal, with upcoming information potentially shaping forward guidance for the next year.
  • Ending quantitative tightening (QT) could have several implications for ASEAN credit markets, such as benefiting economies with substantial USD-denominated corporate borrowing.

Join us as Said Desaque shares his expert analysis on these developments and what they mean for the future of ASEAN financial markets.

The webinar will be hosted on Wednesday, 5 June 2024, 17:30 SGT/HKT.

Said Desaque is a professional economist with over 35 years of experience covering the global economy, with significant expertise in the US, China, Japan and emerging markets. He worked with US investment banks for over 25 years covering institutional investors in Europe, Middle East, Far East and Australia. Covers financial markets on a multi asset basis. Said has been an independent economist covering the global economy and financial markets for over 10 years since founding DeSaque Macro Research in London.

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  • Smartkarma Webinar | Significant Shift in Fed Policy Expectations: Implications for ASEAN Markets
    28 May 2024