Abhishek Vishnoi, Bloomberg

Abhishek Vishnoi, Bloomberg

Abhishek Vishnoi

26 February 2024
Money in the Market: Will Amazon help boost the Dow Jones Industrial Average to outperform the S&P 500 and Nasdaq?
Later tonight, the Dow Jones Industrial will have a new look. Instead of Walgreens Boots Alliance, Amazon.com will be part of the index. This comes as Walmart conducts a 3-to-1 stock split, cutting its stock weighting in the index. So what does that mean for the Dow Jones index and Amazon.com? Why was Amazon selected? On Money in the Market, Hongbin Jeong speaks to Abhishek Vishnoi, Senior Reporter for Equities at Bloomberg, to find out more.

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4 December 2023
Money in the Market: Should we gear up for another Santa Claus rally?
The US stock market recently had its best month in over a year and a half, with one of the best Novembers in decades. The S&P 500 Index rose 8.9% last month, the second-best November since 1980. How did the markets fare in November? Should we expect another market trend for next year? On Money in the Market, Willie Keng speaks to Abhishek Vishnoi, Senior Reporter for Equities at Bloomberg, about the market trends in November.

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9 October 2023
Money in the Market: Why are the recent IPOs seeing declines?
After two relatively quiet years.. The IPO market is seeing a burst of activity.  Sandal company Birkenstock is the latest shoe to drop, but in a tough IPO market. Several companies including Arm, Instacart, and even Klaviyo, which looked like it was going to be the shining star out of this year’s debutants, have seen their share prices slump after their listing.
What’s happening in the IPO market? Why are we seeing a slump?
Can the IPO still rebound despite these recent declines?
On Money in the Market, Hongbin Jeong speaks to Abhishek Vishnoi, Senior Asia Equities Reporter at Bloomberg, to find out more.

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25 September 2023
Money in the Market: Will MAS extend its pause on monetary tightening in October?
Singapore’s core inflation moderated further in August from a year ago.
This reflected improvements to supply chains and lower import costs that give its central bank more breathing room to extend its pause on monetary tightening.
Official data showed that core inflation, tracked by the Monetary Authority of Singapore to determine policy settings, came in at 3.4% last month.
The measure, which excludes housing and private transportation costs, was lower than the median forecast of 3.5% in a Bloomberg survey of analysts.
What does this signal for Singapore's economy moving forward?
And how might regional equities be impacted by Asian inflation more broadly?
On Money in the Market, Hongbin Jeong speaks to Abhishek Vishnoi, Senior Asia Equities Reporter, Bloomberg,to find out more.

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24 April 2023
Money in the Market: How has the earnings season turned out so far?
Earnings season took to full gear last week - and it started off strong, but it looks like that was short lived.
How has earnings turned out so far? And what can we expect this week?
On Money in the Market, Hongbin Jeong speaks to Abhishek Vishnoi, Senior Reporter for Equities at Bloomberg, to get more details on earnings.

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16 November 2020
In The Spotlight: Post US election and pandemic plays
Vaccine news and the US elections have been moving markets. And now, news of the worlds largest trade deal involving 15 countries including Singapore - what does this mean for regional markets - and what should we look out for in the week ahead? Prime Time's Rachel Kelly spoke to Abhishek Vishnoi, Asia Markets Reporter at Bloomberg to find out.

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