Global equity markets have been rather volatile mid-week after stronger-than-expected US inflation data triggered fears of more aggressive rate hikes by the US Federal Reserve. But where exactly would the Fed go?
While the US is expected to be tackling inflation head on, China is holding its key rate or the one-year medium-term lending facility unchanged at 2.75% - what does this mean for its economy?
But how will all of that weigh on the economy and stock market in Singapore?
On Market View, Prime Time's Finance Presenter Chua Tian Tian spoke with Carmen Lee, Head of OCBC Investment Research to find out.
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