A man stands in front of a screen showing the latest economic and stock market figures, in Shanghai on June 23. Photo: EPA-EFE
A man stands in front of a screen showing the latest economic and stock market figures, in Shanghai on June 23. Photo: EPA-EFE
Chris Iggo
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Chris Iggo

Why the future looks brighter for equity markets in Asia than in US and Europe

  • The US is feeling the worst effects of the global market downturn, with debate now turning to how bad a recession may be, rather than whether it is coming
  • Earnings growth in the Asia-Pacific is more stable than in the US, and expectations for 2023 are positive

A man stands in front of a screen showing the latest economic and stock market figures, in Shanghai on June 23. Photo: EPA-EFE
A man stands in front of a screen showing the latest economic and stock market figures, in Shanghai on June 23. Photo: EPA-EFE
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