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September 18, 2020
Preemptive Tightening Unlikely Under Fed’s Current Policy Stance
Simona Mocuta gives an overview of the US Fed’s policy stance after its September policy meeting. The assessment is that the Fed is unlikely to adjust its current policy stance and therefore the risk of a preemptive tightening is minimal.
Japan’s new administration, helmed by Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, faces a new set of challenges compared with that of the Abe administration. Mr. Suga should do well by focusing on structural reforms to further increase youth employment while balancing the employment needs of urban and rural Japan. While continuing the initiatives of Mr. Abe, the incoming prime minster should also concentrate on policies concerning the labor market that should tackle the immediate demographic challenges of an ageing workforce.
This is Part IV of a mini-series that looks at the US Presidential Elections. Parts I, II and III assessed macroeconomic, broad asset class and equity sector implications. This month, we will publish a comprehensive and in-depth report on equity market performances relative to past elections as well as expected moves this cycle.
This is Part III of a mini-series that looks at the US Presidential Elections. Parts I and II examined the macroeconomic and broad asset class choices in the context of the elections. In early September, we will publish a comprehensive and in-depth report on equity market performances in relation to past elections as well as expected moves this cycle.
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