Moritz Kraemer

Moritz Kraemer

Moritz Kraemer is the chief economic adviser of Acreditus, a Dubai-based financial advisory firm, and a former chief global ratings officer for sovereigns at S&P Global.

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Eye on Asia | Asian emerging markets must brace for coming wave of ratings downgrades – and debt defaults

Unlike in 2008, Asia has weaker balance sheets and a greater dependence on exports. With debt ratings set to slide and deglobalisation a risk, Asia must reassess its export-led economic model.

11 Oct 2020 - 3:30PM

Unlike in 2008, Asia has weaker balance sheets and a greater dependence on exports. With debt ratings set to slide and deglobalisation a risk, Asia must reassess its export-led economic model.

Asian emerging markets must brace for coming wave of ratings downgrades – and debt defaults
The View | The Federal Reserve should not be helping the US become a closet currency manipulator

The US central bank does not have a strong case for a rate cut and a looser policy. With a widely expected rate cut imminent, the Fed chief might be bowing to pressure from Donald Trump to weaken the dollar.

24 Jul 2019 - 4:57AM

The US central bank does not have a strong case for a rate cut and a looser policy. With a widely expected rate cut imminent, the Fed chief might be bowing to pressure from Donald Trump to weaken the dollar.

The Federal Reserve should not be helping the US become a closet currency manipulator
Macroscope | Through Brexit and signs of China’s slowdown, investors have kept their cool – but it can’t last

Political uncertainty usually means market volatility yet, since 2016, this hasn’t been the case. But whether it’s disorder in Europe or a slowdown in China, turbulence is coming and investors should be cautious or risk getting burned.

20 Mar 2019 - 10:31PM

Political uncertainty usually means market volatility yet, since 2016, this hasn’t been the case. But whether it’s disorder in Europe or a slowdown in China, turbulence is coming and investors should be cautious or risk getting burned.

Through Brexit and signs of China’s slowdown, investors have kept their cool – but it can’t last