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7th Mar 2022 00:10Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor, Weekly Monitor

  • The PMIs show that India's post-Omicron bounce in February was modest; Q1 is looking soft overall...
  • ...Another GDP let-down is likely, from the RBI's viewpoint, but the narrative could change fast in Q2.
  • Inflation in Thailand went vertical in February, but only minor forecast revisions are needed, for now.

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