Asia-Pacific Economic Outlook Part 3 webinar - Register now

Morgan McKinley October 16, 2014 3 mins read

Susan HayesCulleton, ‘The Positive Economist’ will take you on a whistle-stop tour around the Asia-Pacific region, with economic analysis and discussion on the very topics that are shaping your career and your economy.

We are delighted to welcome back Susan HayesCulleton, also internationally known as 'The Positive Economist', who will host 'Asia-Pacific’s Economic Outlook' webinar on Tuesday, 28 October 2014.

Morgan McKinley’s Success Series events are designed to create a space where current and future generations of leaders and specialist professionals can network and learn from experts.

This free webinar will take place on Tuesday 28 October 2014 at  5pm CST.

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Title:  Asia-Pacific’s Economic Outlook Part 3

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susanAs we move towards the end of Quantitative Easing in the US, the commodity supercycle and emerging markets growth as we’ve known it, Susan HayesCulleton asks what’s next for the Asia-Pacific region.

In this webinar success series, we trace the path of five major markets and analyse what’s underpinning the latest developments. The April consumption tax has slowed the Japanese economy more than expected. The restating of Chinese data has seen the tiger economy overtake the US a decade early. Hong Kong has made its democratic case. Singapore continues to grow and the continued strength of the Australian dollar has caused miners to see prices of their output fall dramatically. So where are the bright spots and the fault lines? More importantly, where are the opportunities?

About Susan: Susan Hayes Culleton 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 successful individual trader, financial trainer and speaker (including Ted Talk).

Susan has the title of 'The Positive Economist' because she is a breath of fresh air in the world of economics. While not wanting to overlook the suffering that the recession has brought about, Susan maintains a belief that it is possible to find many things to be positive about. Susan hails positivity as it allows for a can-do attitude, enables you to spot opportunities, even in a recession, and to get ready for when the tide changes. She says that although, yes we are in a recession, it also means that we are pre-boom which is something to be positive about.

Connect with Susan HayesCulleton on LinkedIn or follow her on Twitter.

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