DBS: Moderation In Macro Growth Momentum & Equity Market Returns

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Sep.30 — DBS Group CIO Wey Fook Hou expects to see a moderation in macro growth momentum, greater divergence between EM and DM performance, and a need to calibrate portfolio strategies in the fourth quarter of this year. He was speaking with Yvonne Man and Rishaad Salamat on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”

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