Asia-Pacific Economic Outlook 2015 Part 1 Webinar - Register now

January 29, 2015 2 mins read

Back by popular demand, we’re delighted to welcome back Susan HayesCulleton, also internationally known as 'The Positive Economist', who will host our first 'Asia-Pacific Economic Outlook' webinar of the year on Tuesday, 3 February 2015.

During this highly insightful session, you will gain a cutting edge perspective on five key markets within the Asia-Pacific region and discover their economic situation at the beginning of 2015.

Mainland China has experienced a 12% increase in the growth of demand, but will this be enough to compensate for lower investment while still achieving over 7% growth?

How has the oil price hit the mining industry of Australia? As an unexpected event occurred in Europe with the hugely impactful removal of the Euro-Swissie peg, what’s the impact on the financial centre that is Singapore? This development also begs the question; should Hong Kong keep its dollar peg?

With the Japanese Yen seen as a haven among the storm, what can the Central Bank do now to drive down the Yen when their five year debt is offering zero yield?

These topics will be discussed on our webinar whereby, Susan HayesCulleton, CFA will be answering your queries and bringing you right up-to-date.

This free webinar will take place on Tuesday 3 February 2015 at 5pm CST.


About Susan HayesCulleton

Susan HayesCulletonSusan HayesCulleton is internationally known as the 'The Positive Economist', Managing Director of Hayes Culleton Ltd, author of 'The Savvy Guide to Making More Money'and is also a successful individual trader, financial trainer and speaker. 

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