We concur with the central bank’s (BSP) view that the current rise in inflation in the Philippines is for the most part transitory, reflecting...

Real GDP for ASEAN-6 economies1 grew 1.7% y/y in Q3, down from 9.3% in Q2, reflecting both a less favourable base effect and a drop in growth...

Most APAC economies are shifting towards living with Covid, but the easing of restrictions can be expected to vary across the region. We have...

Monthly data continues to show a gradual but persistent slowdown in economic activity moving deeper into Q4. While we still expect the eurozone...

We remain sceptical that Draghi’s reform agenda will be fully delivered and consider a long-term improvement in Italy’s economic prospects as an...

Political turmoil in Portugal will delay the execution of some EU recovery funding and freeze key stimulus measures planned for next year....

Favorable spending fundamentals among US consumers and a desire to make up for last year’s socially distanced holidays should add up to the...

The National Bank of Poland (NBP) hiked its policy rate by 75bps to 1.25% at yesterday’s meeting. Although some tightening was expected, the...

We estimate that Warsaw’s GDP grew by 4.5% a year in the 2010-19 period, so notably faster than its five main rivals among EU accession cities....

Carbon pricing – either through a tax or an emissions trading scheme – will play an integral role in efforts to reduce carbon emissions. By...