Steve Brice, Standard Chartered Bank

Steve Brice, Standard Chartered Bank

Steve Brice

14 February 2024
Money in the Market: Should you trim equity exposure?
Traders are now pushing back on bets that the first US Fed interest rate cut will be from July, instead of May. That’s after data overnight in the US showed inflation was stickier than expected last month. The rally that had been predicated on the belief that the central bank’s imminent pivot to interest-rate cuts slammed into reality, as those bets are being frantically rolled back. So should investors trim their equity exposure? What about Asian markets - are there any opportunities there? On Money in the Market, Hongbin Jeong speaks to Steve Brice, Chief Investment Officer at Standard Chartered Bank, to find out more.

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20 December 2023
Money in the Market: Key investment lessons to learn from 2023
Major economies, including the US, are likely to see sharply slower growth and sliding inflation in 2024. With that, equity and bond markets are expected to start the new year on a positive note amid growing expectations of central bank policy shifting. But investors should still be cautioned about the macro winds shift towards a harder landing. So with this backdrop, how should investors balance their portfolios ahead of the new year? So what are some lessons we can draw from this year? What mistakes can we learn from? On Money in the Market, Hongbin Jeong speaks to Steve Brice, Chief Investment Officer at Standard Chartered Bank, to find out more about the market outlook for 2024.

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11 October 2023
Money in the Market: Is now a good buying opportunity for investors?
Global equities and 10 year US government bonds have both seen a decline in recent weeks. Some experts suggest that equity markets may still face significant headwinds in the near term. Bonds on the other hand may continue to offer good value. Now this begs the question whether this is a good buying opportunity for investors. On Money in the Market, Hongbin Jeong speaks to Steve Brice, Chief Investment Officer at Standard Chartered Bank to find out whether this calls for a buying opportunity.

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26 April 2023
Money in the Market: Are we already in a recession?
Wall Street has been fretting over a looming recession for much of the last year and this year. And that's as the Federal Reserve embarked on its rapid rate-rising path to ease inflation that's running at multi-decade highs.
So what are some signs that a recession is coming? Or is it already here?
What kind of clues can we find about a looming recession through the corporate earnings results that we’ve seen so far?
And what does a recession in the US mean for Singapore?
On Money in the Market, Hongbin Jeong speaks to Steve Brice, Chief Investment Officer at Standard Chartered Bank to find out more.

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22 September 2022
Bigger Picture: Fed raises rates by 75 bps, warns of further tightening
Steve Brice, Chief Investment Officer of Wealth Management, Standard Chartered Bank unpacks the FOMC's thinking behind its latest guidance of more pain to come, and how investors should position themselves for more aggressive Fed policy settings.

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25 August 2022
Bigger Picture: Jackson Hole Symposium Preview
Steve Brice, Group Chief Investment Officer, Standard Chartered Bank discusses on the upcoming Jackson Hole Symposium and if Jerome Powell might double down on his hawkish stance.

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24 June 2022
Market View: How are markets expected to react to US Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's testimony, and is enough time given for markets to react to the US rate hikes?
US Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell had given his most explicit acknowledgement to date that steep interest rate hikes could tip the economy into a recession, and it would be very challenging to achieve a soft landing. He also reiterated the Fed's resolve to get inflation back to the two per cent mark, adding that ongoing rate hikes will be appropriate to cool the hottest price pressures in four decades. But have markets been given enough time to react to the recent rate hikes, before the Fed is expected to further raise rates next month? And to what extent are markets expected to perform in the meantime? When will the US economy slip into a recession? In Market View, Prime Time’s Finance Presenter Chua Tian Tian posed these questions to Steve Brice, Chief Investment Officer, Standard Chartered Wealth Management.

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17 March 2022
Bigger Picture: Fed kicks off rate hike cycle, signals 6 more this year
Steve Brice, Chief Investment Officer of Wealth Management, Standard Chartered Bank discusses how markets will adjust to the rate liftoff, the risk of a wage-spiral, and the outlook for the US Dollar.

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