As Chinese New Year nears, we look back on the predictions we made for the Year of the Pig. First of all, we look back to our prediction on US economic growth.
AsianInvestor offers our set of Year of the Pig financial and economic predictions. We begin by assessing whether the US economy will plunge into a recession.
With multiple countries in Southeast Asia conducting or likely to conduct elections this year, AsianInvestor asks whether there could be any major shifts in political power.
AsianInvestor considers whether China could be in for some economic problems, as Beijing seeks to tamp down on the country's fast-escalating debt burden.
CLSA’s global equity strategist, Chris Wood, says Kuroda has set the wrong inflation target and is impoverishing households, but suspects he will still extend quantitative easing.
Despite concerns over bad loans and economic challenges, there is an incentive to support China’s transition to consumption-driven growth as the world is reliant on its success, experts agree.