Southeast Asia Economic Outlook Webinar: Crosswinds Ahead

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Southeast Asia should post a stronger 2024 on the back of resilient domestic demand, improved merchandise exports, and steadily recovering tourism. But headwinds abound. Currency weakness and uncertainty around the timing of U.S. interest rate cuts is complicating regional central bank decisions. Meanwhile, geopolitical tensions continue to cloud and complicate the outlook, including simmering tensions between the U.S. and China. 

Join the team of Moody’s Analytics Economists, as we explore: 

  • Southeast Asia’s growth prospects for 2024 and beyond.
  • How central banks will navigate gradual monetary policy normalization, including likely first movers and laggards.
  • The global tech cycle upturn and how some economies in southeast Asia will benefit more than others.
  • The regional impact of rising trade tensions between the U.S. and China.
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    Katrina Ell Director-Economic Research Moody’s Analytics Bio
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    Denise Cheok Assistant Director - Economist Moody's Analytics Bio
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    Sarah Tan Economist Moody's Analytics Bio
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    Eugene Tan Associate Economist Moody’s Analytics Bio
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    Danny Kim Associate Economist Moody’s Analytics Bio
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