HSBC Private Banking, however, has forecast a strong US dollar, as it expects the US Federal Reserve to be less aggressive when it comes to lowering interest rates than other regions. Photo: AP HSBC Private Banking, however, has forecast a strong US dollar, as it expects the US Federal Reserve to be less aggressive when it comes to lowering interest rates than other regions. Photo: AP
HSBC Private Banking, however, has forecast a strong US dollar, as it expects the US Federal Reserve to be less aggressive when it comes to lowering interest rates than other regions. Photo: AP

Asian markets led by China to benefit from global capital inflows in 2020, as US dollar weakens, analysts say

  • Asian currencies such as Korean won, Taiwanese dollar and Malaysian ringgit to strengthen the most against the US dollar, Deutsche Bank says
  • Asia will be more attractive among emerging markets in terms of valuations, Manulife Investment Management says

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HSBC Private Banking, however, has forecast a strong US dollar, as it expects the US Federal Reserve to be less aggressive when it comes to lowering interest rates than other regions. Photo: AP HSBC Private Banking, however, has forecast a strong US dollar, as it expects the US Federal Reserve to be less aggressive when it comes to lowering interest rates than other regions. Photo: AP
HSBC Private Banking, however, has forecast a strong US dollar, as it expects the US Federal Reserve to be less aggressive when it comes to lowering interest rates than other regions. Photo: AP
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