Concerns over a Chinese economic slowdown and the Bank of Japan's probable shift in monetary policy have cast a shadow over sentiments in the Asia-Pacific market environment. Meanwhile, global markets are anticipating US employment statistics in order to determine the Federal Reserve's stance on interest rates. How may a rate drop in 2024 affect Asian markets? And how should investors place their portfolios strategically? On Money in the Market, Willie Keng speaks to Homin Lee, Senior Macro Strategist at Lombard Odier, about its outlook.
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