Bank Crises Appear Over, Now For Interest Rates
Song Seng Wun, Economist, CIMB Private Banking
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The dust from the dramas surrounding Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank and Crédit Suisse that had roiled markets for over a week appears to have abated. Investors now look set to refocus on whether or not the US Federal Reserve intends to raise rates and by how much. Song Seng Wun and economist at CIMB Private Banking helps us navigate the noise on what to expect in the coming days.
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Categories: markets, Corporates
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