Posts tagged ‘Indonesia’

Emerging Market Slowing Doesn’t Mean It’s Time to Bail Out



Imagine you’re aboard a flight that’s on its final approach into the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, India. For most of the flight, the plane, a 787, has been traveling at about 903 km/hour (that’s around 560 miles/hour). As the flight attendants collect that last few plastic…

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U.S. Treasurys vs. Asia: Who Will Wield the Yield?



With the recent increases in U.S. Treasury bond yields, some are decrying the situation as a disaster-in-the-making for Asian economies; however, we don’t subscribe to that view completely. While the levels of yields are indeed important, they’re only part of the picture; the pace at which…

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