Market Outlook for Singapore, Hong Kong and US

Our 20/20 vision for the road ahead

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Singapore Outlook

Trade negotiations and tariffs dominated headlines, but despite the volatility and price fluctuations, global equities had a good run so far in 2019 and the S&P 500 hit a succession of new historical highs as well.

The MSCI World Index also displayed the same trend, showing that gains were broad-based despite rising fears of global economic slowdown. Geopolitical tensions prevailed, but almost all assets piled on gains in the year from gold to bond. We are seeing the emergence of green shoots with improving economic numbers.

The low interest rate environment is likely to be favourable for corporates in the coming quarters, especially for highly geared companies.

    Hong Kong and US Outlook

    The political unrests in Hong Kong continue to forecast a vulnerable outlook for their economy but a look into the market flows may give an indication of trading opportunities.

    A quick recap of the 2019 Quarter 3 earnings of US and a prelude into the earnings for Quarter 4 will also help you to get a better sense of the market situation in US.

      Date and time

      20 Jan 2020


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