CIO Weekly Investment Outlook podcast

After Jackson Hole

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In this week’s CIO Weekly Investment Outlook podcast, Stefanie Holtze-Jen, the Private Bank’s Asia Pacific Chief Investment Officer speaks in Singapore to Deputy Head of IPB Communications Sarah Stabler, ahead of U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jay Powell’s highly anticipated remarks at the central bankers’ meeting in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Expecting Fed Chair Powell to set the tone for this coming week, Stefanie weighs up who may win; the hawks or those choosing victory over inflation, and how then markets may react to U.S. and Eurozone data due out in the week.

Stefanie welcomes good news for Chinese tech companies this week and hopes the sentiment holds in light of Chinese data release in the week ahead, given the zero-Covid policy holding back the recovery trade. This is in contrast to restrictions lifting in Japan, and in Singapore, where the indoor mask mandate ends come Monday.

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