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  1. China's consumer price index (CPI), a key gauge of retail inflation, fell 0.5 percent on-year

    Commentary: Why prices are going haywire and could trigger a surge in inflation

    Today’s low inflation forecasts are thus no guarantee that inflation will actually remain low, says UBS Chairman Axel A Weber.
  2. US Election 2020
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    Ep 28: US Election 2020

    It's a battle for the heart and soul of the United States, but what does the presidential election mean for the money matters of investors in Asia?
  3. FILE PHOTO: An employee of a bank counts US dollar notes at a branch in Hanoi

    Commentary: US dollar could face turning point soon

    Exchange rates have been relatively stable compared to expectations but inconsistencies may lead the US dollar into uncertain territory soon, says ...
  4. Slump in demand for US residential property | Video
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    Slump in demand for US residential property | Video

    Foreign demand for US residential property is evaporating. The slump is driven by slower economic growth abroad, tighter capital controls in ...
  5. Currency Outlook
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    Ep 24: Currency Outlook

    Is the greenback on its way down, and what does it mean for you? Why dirty money is still circulating around the world, and where it might come from.
  6. FILE PHOTO: A U.S. dollar note is seen in front of a stock graph in this picture illustration

    Commentary: The US dollar will only fall faster and harder

    Rapid deterioration in US macroeconomic imbalances will cause the greenback to plunge in value, says Stephen S Roach.
  7. China's has the world's largest foreign-exchange reserves

    Commentary: China's new digital currency is a bit of hot air

    China’s central bank digital currency, trialled in four cities and soon to be expanded to Beijing, Tianjin, Hong Kong and Macau, will not be a ...
  8. US dollar

    Commentary: The larger implications of a low US dollar

    The US currency is the most valuable in the world and when it slides, everyone takes notice. Its new lows since COVID-19 hit is a sign of a larger ...
  9. Pro-democracy demonstrators hold papers with U.S. national flags during a protest against Beijing&a

    Commentary: The US dollar remains crucial to Hong Kong’s prosperity

    Hong Kong's currency, pegged to the US dollar, provides considerable financial buffer, says an observer.