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May figures are just a blip. The hope for cyclical recovery remains a positive theme.feedback
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Jun 01 2017
This page is completely dedicated to what Tim Condon has to say. All of Tim Condon’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Tim Condon came from an article called Here’s why China’s yuan spiked higher despite weak Caixin PMI data: “The consensus viewed the introduction of the counter-cyclical adjustment factor as signalling the PBOC's desire for a stronger yuan. We thought the fixing formula tweak would 'work' eventually in persuading people that, like the rest of dollar/Asia ex-Japan, when the dollar depreciates against major currencies (DXY goes down), it should depreciate against the yuan. But we thought it would take more than one session.”.
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Dec 16 2016 - Japan

I don't think the worst is behind. Yields are going higher. The 10-year has been trading below 3 percent for much of this year. We will look back on that as a deflation trade in same lines as negative yields in Germany and Japan were deflation trades.feedback

Dec 16 2016

The capital controls make China's financial markets the least exposed [in Asia] to selling pressure emanating from the U.S. Treasury market, but they're not completely closed off.feedback

Dec 02 2016

Forget about Game-of-Thrones intrigue. With a new constitution in place and the royal succession behind, the conditions for institutional stability are in place.feedback

Nov 28 2016 - Malaysia

I think Malaysia is especially vulnerable to any large outflows.feedback

Oct 21 2016 - Singapore

When applied in a determined fashion as in Singapore, macroprudential policy works; home prices decline. When applied in a less forceful way, as in Hong Kong, they are less effective. We view China's authorities as more like Singapore's and we think it's a matter of time before macroprudential policy slows sales growth.feedback

Oct 21 2016

We view China's authorities as more like Singapore's and we think it's a matter of time before macro prudential policy slows sales growth.feedback

Oct 04 2016

We think Cleveland Fed President Mester's reiteration of her hawkishness caused investors to re-interpret the implications of the previous day's manufacturing ISM report as signaling an increased likelihood of a December rate hike.feedback

Aug 19 2016

We do not consider the announced measures sufficient in themselves to stem dollar/tugrik buying. A regime change might be needed in order to halt the buying pressure.feedback

Aug 08 2016 - Taiwan

We think exports are over as a growth driver.feedback

Aug 03 2016

Elevated JGB volatility historically is contagious and this time is no different.feedback

Apr 07 2016 - RMB

The currency policy changes put in place after mid-January are showing a strict adherence to the basket peg. It is a more disciplined policy.feedback

Mar 10 2016

We think it would take a big food supply shock or energy price spike for CPI inflation to cross the central bank's 3 percent inflation red line.feedback

Mar 10 2016

The 18 percent month-on-month drop in global crude prices in January ensured that deep PPI deflation will persist until global oil prices stabilize long enough for a low-base effect to kick in, which would be toward the end of the year.feedback

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