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Below is a list of our Emerging Asia Publications for the last 6 months. If you are looking for reports older than 6 months please email info@pantheonmacro.com, or contact your account rep

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PANTHEON EM ASIA DATA WRAP 10 January 2024

PANTHEON EM ASIA DATA WRAP 23 April 2024

Firmer employment cushions a marginal softening in orders and output in India’s April manufacturing PMI
India’s services PMI remains comfortably above 60; thankfully, April saw an easing in price pressures
Singapore's inflation outlook remains challenging, depsite the March drop

Miguel Chanco (Chief EM Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

PANTHEON EM ASIA DATA WRAP 19 April 2024

Recovering external demand supports Malaysian manufacturing in Q1 Domestic export growth falls on subdued commodity prices

Moorthy Krshnan (Senior Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

PANTHEON EM ASIA DATA WRAP 17 April 2024

Sharp drop in pharmaceuticals drags on Singaporean exports
Indonesian retail sales benefit from an election pop in February

Moorthy Krshnan (Senior Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

PANTHEON EM ASIA DATA WRAP 12 April 2024

Singaporean GDP growth picks up in Q1 on recovering external demand
MAS opens the door to easing in Q4
Base effects are now dominating Philippine sales growth, masking weak marginal trends

Moorthy Krshnan (Senior Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

PANTHEON EM ASIA DATA WRAP 11 April 2024

Base effects are masking lacklustre momentum in Philippine trade

Miguel Chanco (Chief EM Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

PANTHEON EM ASIA DATA WRAP 5 April 2024

Festive spending boosts Singaporean retail sales growth in February

Moorthy Krshnan (Senior Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

March 2024- Emerging Asia Chartbook

8% GROWTH IN INDIA AN UNSUSTAINABLE FACADE

  • …TAIWAN’S SURPRISE HIKE SHOULD BE A ‘ONE-AND-DONE’

Miguel Chanco (Chief EM Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

PANTHEON EM ASIA DATA WRAP 25 March 2024

Lunar New Year demand boosts headline CPI in Singapore 
New tariff adjustment mechanism pushes up utilities inflation in Malaysia

Moorthy Krshnan (Senior Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

PANTHEON EM ASIA DATA WRAP 21 March 2024

India's manufacturing PMI jumps to a 17-year high, but so what?
The rebuild of inflationary pressures in services is becoming harder to ignore

Miguel Chanco (Chief EM Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

PANTHEON EM ASIA DATA WRAP 18 March 2024

Malaysian export growth slumps in February on seasonal effects
Singapore's February exports hide continued recovery in electronics

Moorthy Krshnan (Senior Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

PANTHEON EM ASIA DATA WRAP 14 March 2024

Indonesian retail sales growth remains well below average, despite the January bounce
Upstream core inflation in India is still MIA; great

Miguel Chanco (Chief EM Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

EM Asia Datanote: February CPI & January IP, India

  • In one line: Delaying our first RBI rate cut call to August; industry is floundering, forget the H2 2023 ’strength’ in GDP.

Miguel Chanco (Chief EM Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

EM Asia Datanote: Trade, Taiwan, February

In one line: Seasonal effects aside, the export growth outlook remains positive.

Moorthy Krshnan (Senior Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

EM Asia Datanote: CPI, Taiwan, February

  • In one line: Seasonal impact from the Lunar New Year results in a jump to services inflation.

Moorthy Krshnan (Senior Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

EM Asia Datanote: Bank Negara Malaysia Decision

  • In one line: Ringgit weakness worries BNM, but its opting for non-rate measures.

Moorthy Krshnan (Senior Asia Economist)Emerging Asia

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