BENGALURU India's benchmark BSE Sensex will recoup this year's losses and rally about 10 percent from here to the end of December on further improvement in the domestic economy, which is already outperforming most in Asia, a Reuters poll found.
The dollar will appreciate against major currencies in the coming months, a Reuters poll found, but not enough to make up for the losses incurred just before and since the Federal Reserve raised interest rates in December.
The dollar is set to strengthen only slightly against major currencies in the coming year, a Reuters poll found, despite most central banks leaning toward easier policy on global economic worries stemming from China.
The Reserve Bank of India is widely expected to cut interest rates just once in 2016, as most analysts see inflation rising slightly above the central bank's target, but there is a decent chance it could cut more aggressively.
BENGALURU Having made four reductions in 2015, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will likely cut interest rates once more in the coming year, despite expectations that inflation will rise slightly above its medium-term target, a Reuters poll found.
BENGALURU East Asian stocks will take U.S. Federal Reserve rate hikes in their stride and climb through 2016, Reuters polls across the region found, but China's economic slowdown and currency volatility will remain a worry.
LONDON/BENGALURU A cloud of pessimism may have burned off for many investors on a bright October U.S. jobs report, but much of the global economy -- including China, which not long ago was a top worry for the U.S. Federal Reserve -- remains vulnerable.
LONDON/BENGALURU, Nov 6 A cloud of pessimism may
have burned off for many investors on a bright October U.S. jobs
report, but much of the global economy -- including China, which
not long ago was a top worry for the U.S. Federal Reserve --
The U.S. dollar is likely to edge up against other major currencies in the coming months as central banks in Japan and the euro zone dive deeper into ultra-loose monetary policy, a Reuters poll found on Thursday.
After months of speculation and delay, the chances the U.S. Federal Reserve raises interest rates this year are only 60 percent, according to Goldman Sachs chief U.S. economist Jan Hatzius.