Posts Tagged GlobalFile not found. Population ageing and (dis-) inflation
Evidence suggests that the older the overall population, the less likely the country would have high inflation.On That Market Bounce
It should not be hugely surprising as the markets around the world are bouncing off the lows we saw last week. I still resist the temptation though.Hong Kong Property: Rising Macro Risks
The global macro risks are escalating, and all will be very negative for Hong Kong property market. Reiterate bearish stance.China’s Economy As The West Slows
A slight slowdown in the developed economy can be good for China for now, but the deflating real estate bubble remains an big issue.China Real Estate As An Indicator For Global Economic Health
The health of Chinese real estate sector is now probably an indicator of the health of the global economy.Global Economy: Stalling Recovery
More signs around the world are showing that the global economy is slowing down, although it is still too early to say if a recession is about to hit again.The Impact Of Japan’s Earthquake On The Economy
As the aftermath of the earthquake turned from bad to worse, the impact on global economy will be much more negative than initially thought.How Does Ben Bernanke Screw Up The World?
By pouring an enormous amount of money to save the US economy, Ben Bernanke is screwing up everyone else in the world.Global Real Estate: Office Vacancy Rates
Out of curiosity, I looked at the vacancy rates of various office markets around the world.The World in 2030: Super-cycle or Grey Age?
The probability of the Grey Age might look at least as high as that of a Super-cycleReal Estate: Global Views in 2011
Comparing real estate markets across countries is like comparing apple with orange. But this is a challenge I am willing to take.Re-balancing the world economy?
Tim Geithner may propose current account balance targeting. But again, this is not solving the real problem.