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As Traditional Markets Dim, Consumer Credit Shines

The pursuit of attractive investment opportunities has become increasingly tumultuous as political and governmental uncertainties escalate. Following the 2008/9 financial crisis, investors expected central banks to gradually curtail Quantitative Easing (QE), a monetary tool whereby a central bank purchases government…

Brexit and the Decoupling of Two Global Economies

News about Brexit has been all but inescapable. On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom opened the booths to vote for the referendum to leave the European Union. On March 29, 2017, former UK Prime Minister Theresa May submitted Article…
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Consumer Sector, the Hero of the US Economy in 2019

Last month, the Fed had announced the benchmark rate cut for the third time this year to prevent the economy to fall due to global weakness and the trade uncertainty. The Fed Fund Rate is currently ranging from 1.5% to 1.75%. Though the record-long US expansion cooled further in the…

As Traditional Markets Dim, Consumer Credit Shines

The pursuit of attractive investment opportunities has become increasingly tumultuous as political and governmental uncertainties escalate. Following the 2008/9 financial crisis, investors expected central banks to gradually curtail Quantitative Easing (QE), a monetary tool whereby a central bank purchases government bonds to inject liquidity into the economy, and subsequently raise…

Brexit and the Decoupling of Two Global Economies

News about Brexit has been all but inescapable. On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom opened the booths to vote for the referendum to leave the European Union. On March 29, 2017, former UK Prime Minister Theresa May submitted Article 50 as formal notice of UK withdrawal from the EU,…

Investor Impact Amongst Negative Yield Markets

Recent financial headlines have focused on the impact of Zero Lower Bound and negative interest rates. The Zero Lower Bound signifies that nominal interest rates are at or below zero and that particular investment yields are effectively negative. For investors, this translates to bank deposits and holding bonds to maturity…

FinEX Asia Changes Name to Assured Asset Management

HONG KONG (16 September, 2019) – We are pleased to announce that FinEX Asia has changed its name to Assured Asset Management (“Assured”), effective immediately. FinEX Asia is an asset management firm that leverages advanced technologies to drive efficient global investing amongst dynamic market conditions and a superior financial experience…