TAKE A LOOK-Reuters POLLs on Asian economies
Reuters produces hundreds of exclusive polls and surveys of professionals that provide exclusive insight into economies, markets and the latest thinking around major world issues and economic policy. Below are links to the latest news stories based on Reuters polls on major Asian economies. For a speed guide to major Reuters poll data pages on Eikon and 3000Xtra click on. For Reuters consensus forecasts on economic indicators and central bank policy, check the Economic Monitor model on Eikon or Economic Overview on 3000xtra. Alternatively, check the relevant page by country code, e.g. for China. LATEST POLLS ON ASIAN ECONOMIES > Economists slash Asia growth forecasts for 2013 > China set for tepid 2013 recovery, prices to pick up > Japan growth f'casts raised on stimulus, weaker yen > Indian economy to gather pace, spurred by reforms > Australia economy to slow, still outpace peers > Survey results on other Asian economies GRAPHIC on poll results link.reuters.com/qyp45t PDF of poll results NEWS STORIES ON RECENT REUTERS POLLS > Banks to repay some 3-yr ECB loans early > Long baht, ringgit positions at 10-mth high > Bank of Canada seen delaying rate hike until Q4 > Outlook for euro zone's strugglers worsens > Analysts push back Mexico rate hike bets > Bk of Korea to deliver a rate cut in early 2013 > Discord rife over ECB's next rate move > BoE unlikely to resume printing money > Fed's Treasury buying seen ending in 2013 > Euro to hold its value, but little upside vs dollar > Yen to weaken further on BoJ stimulus > Sterling to slip against the dollar in next 12 mths NEWS STORIES ON MAJOR CENTRAL BANK POLLS > Bank of Canada seen delaying rate hike until Q4 > Analysts push back Mexico rate hike bets > Bk of Korea to deliver a rate cut in early 2013 LONG TERM ECONOMIC SURVEYS > Global wrapup > United States > Euro zone > Britain > Japan > Latam wrapup > Asia wrapup > Germany > France > Canada > Italy > Turkey > India > Australia > China > Russia LATEST REUTERS FOREIGN EXCHANGE POLLS > Euro to hold its value, but little upside vs dollar > Yen to weaken further on BoJ stimulus > Sterling to slip against the dollar in next 12 mths > Rand seen gaining nearly 4 pct this year > C$ seen hitting early bumps in 2013 > Aussie, Kiwi dollars to stay high in 2013 > CEE currencies seen extending rallies > Global recovery seen boosting NOK, SEK > Turkish lira set for small gains vs dlr in next yr > Brazil real to gain past 2/dlr on global stimulus > Major currencies poll stories and data > Bi-monthly Asia FX positioning poll DECEMBER GLOBAL ASSET ALLOCATION POLL > Global funds end bullish 2012 with some caution > US funds cut equity stakes to year low > Japan fund managers cut stocks allocation slightly > Europe fund houses cut govt bonds > British investors hike exposure to stocks in Dec RECENT REUTERS POLLS ON MAJOR HOUSING MARKETS > UK homeowners face tepid house price hikes next yr > China home prices set for mild 2013 rebound > Canada home prices seen falling, not crashing > US housing market recovering but rises seen modest > Brazil home prices to rise modestly next year RECENT REUTERS POLLS ON MAJOR WORLD COMMODITIES > Analysts cut EU carbon price forecasts > Gold experts turn bullish for Q4, 2013 > Platinum, palladium set for gains in H2 2012 > Weak economy, Chinese demand weigh on copper > Analysts less bearish on copper,wary over China > Analysts boost long-term base metal f'casts REUTERS POLL ON MONEY MARKETS AND BOND YIELDS > Bond poll stories and data by country > Data from the poll REUTERS MONTHLY GLOBAL ASSET ALLOCATION POLL > Reuters asset allocation poll global table > For poll data: MAJOR POLLS > Federal Reserve primary dealers poll > European Central Bank interest rate poll > Bank of England interest rate poll > Swiss National Bank interest rate poll > Bank of Canada interest rate poll > Reserve Bank of Australia interest rate poll > Reserve Bank of India poll > G7 long term economic outlook poll > Asian economic outlook poll > Gulf economic outlook poll > Forex polls > BRIC currencies poll > Bond yields poll > Asset allocation poll > Global stock market outlook > Brazil housing market poll > China housing market poll > UK house price poll > U.S. house price poll > Dubai house price poll (Asia Markets and Economics Desk)
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