Tommy Xie, OCBC Bank

Tommy Xie, OCBC Bank

14 July 2020
In the Spotlight: Are we seeing the start of a structural bull market in China?
China’s Shanghai index ended last week up by more than 7% while Shenzhen composite index rose by close to 10%, outperforming the 4% gain in Nasdaq. How is this different from 2015 when Chinese equity frenzy ended up in bad shape? Is this the start of a structural bull market in China?
We spoke to Mr Tommy Xie, Head of Greater China Research, OCBC Bank to find out.

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28 May 2020
Greater China Week in Review
China's top lawmaking body has passed a resolution setting the stage for a national security law to be enacted in Hong Kong. Rachel Kelly speaks to Tommy Xie, Head of Greater China Research, OCBC Bank to get the latest on what has been happening in Hong Kong and the outlook for China’s economy.

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5 Mar 2019
National People’s Congress Preview - What Can We expect?
Tommy Xie, Economist and Head of Greater China Research at OCBC Bank breaks down what we can expect from the National People’s Congress 2019.

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19 Dec 2018
China's 40th Anniversary Of Economic Reforms
Elliott Danker & Yasmin Jonkers speak with Tommy Xie, China Economist from OCBC about his key takeaways of the 80-min speech by Chinese President Xi Jinping to commemorate their 40th anniversary on the country's reforms & opening up.

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10 Apr 2018
Tommy Xie, Head of Greater China Research, OCBC Bank
At a closely-watched keynote speech at the the Boao Forum for Asia, Chinese President Xi Jinping said China will significantly lower import tariffs for vehicles and reduce import tariffs for some other products this year. But he also warned against returning to a “Cold War mentality” amid trade disputes with US President Donald Trump. Tommy Xie, economist and Head of Greater China Research at OCBC Bank, weighs in on the impact of China's recent moves in trade policy.

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5 Apr 2018
Trade Dispute, What's China Thinking?
Some of US President Donald Trump’s have been trying to walk back the possibility of a trade war with China. This comes after China announced new tariffs on American goods to the tune of $50 billion - targeting items such as soybeans and cars.

The country was responding to tariffs that the US itself had slapped on China for around the same amount. But now Larry Kudlow, Trump’s top economic adviser who replaced Gary Cohn last week is suggesting that “it’s possible” that the tariffs will never actually be imposed.

Looks like they might be leaving the door open for further negotiation?

That’s because the proposed product list is currently open for comments and the US Trade Representative will review the comments until the end of May.

Following Kudlow’s remarks, US stocks rallied after tumbling to start of the day So how is China likely to respond today, or will it let the US make the next move?

We get in deeper dive into what China might be thinking with Tommy Xie, Head of Greater China Research, OCBC Bank.

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