Monthly Archives: February 2019

Southeast Asia’s solar energy “Cubed”

Rystad Energy, an independent research and business-intelligence company serving energy investors, has launched the Southeast Asian hub of its RenewableCube data-analysis product. At an exclusive gathering in a Barangaroo tower suite last Friday, Minh Koi Le, Research Analyst for APAC Renewables outlined the solar prospects for the region with Vietnam at its irradiant centre. Vietnam,.

Study: State of Analytics in South East Asia 2019

Analytics India Magazine conducted an independent study to understand how Southeast Asia has become an analytics enabler and is winning the race when it comes to growth and innovation in analytics ecosystem. With the region being pegged as the next growth engine, Asian economies have become the bedrock of growth and disruption. Outside North America,.

This Business Success Strategy Doesn’t Involve Hours On Social Media

Once in the business or entrepreneurial world, it’s all too easy to think social media is a necessity for growth. Many business owners report they feel pressure they’re not ‘doing enough’ and worry about how to ‘keep up’ with others. In our personal lives too the reliance on technology for communication continues to widen. The simple task.

As earnings go, so goes the world economy

Central bankers are paying attention. U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is stressing patience rather than pushing on with rate rises while European Central Bank arch-hawk Klaas Knot of the Netherlands advocates restraint. And more realism should in theory make investors less vulnerable to nasty shocks from important releases, such as surveys of purchasing managers.

China Ready to Reach a Trade Deal With US

On February 19, the Chinese Commerce Ministry released a one-sentence statement, announcing that “at the invitation of the United States,” Liu He — special envoy of Chinese President Xi Jinping, member of the Political Bureau of the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee, vice premier of the State Council, and top negotiator of the China-U.S. Comprehensive.

Stocks rise after Trump signals flexibility on March trade deadline, Walmart leads

US President Donald Trump speaks during a signing ceremony for the Space Policy Directive-4 (SPD-4) on February 19, 2019, at the White House in Washington, DC. Trump: March 1 deadline not a magical date 10 Hours Ago | 00:58 Stocks rose slightly on Tuesday after President Donald Trump hinted once again he may push back.

Asia markets higher despite renewed US-China tensions

Stocks in Asia traded higher on Tuesday morning despite renewed geopolitical tensions, with China accusing the U.S. of fueling cybersecurity fears. Investors also awaited developments on the U.S.-China trade front. The White House said on Monday that trade talks between the two economic powerhouses will continue in Washington on Tuesday, with higher level negotiations starting.

Southeast Asian markets: Thailand ends lower; Vietnam rises

Thai stocks closed lower on Monday, falling most in the Southeast Asia region amid political turmoil in the country, while Vietnam markets surged as trade resumed after a week-long holiday. The Thai benchmark ended 0.8 percent lower. Mobile services provider Advanced Info Service fell about 3.7 percent, while Airports of Thailand ended 1.5 percent lower..