10 April 2023

Thailand’s BOI strengthens energy and digital infrastructure with $1.64 billion investment privileges

Thailand’s Board of Investment (BOI) has granted investment privileges to projects in the energy and digital sectors worth a combined 56.6 billion baht (US$1.64 billion) to strengthen the country’s infrastructure.
13 February 2023

Airline industry optimism resurges, but flight path to recovery looks bumpy

The embattled global airline industry has been at the forefront of renewed economic optimism in the early weeks of the new year.
14 December 2022

FTX collapse assures a longer crypto winter ahead

The stunning implosion of cryptocurrency exchange FTX, which mismanaged $8bn of customers’ digital assets and suffered a bank run on exchange deposits, initiated a second major crypto contagion event in just six months.
1 October 2022

Infrastructure in rising interest rate environments

With varying degrees of resolve, central banks in major economies are tightening monetary policy in response to record high inflation.
25 July 2022

Cryptopocolypse: Terra Luna and Three Arrows Capital implosion triggered contagion spread

The cryptocurrency sector is showing early signs of stabilisation after two successive implosions – the collapse of the Terra Luna ecosystem and crypto hedge fund Three Arrows Capital – which unleashed a tidal wave of contagion across the broader digital assets market.
30 June 2022

UK travel sector’s summer boom hopes dimmed by strikes, infections and labour shortages

The UK’s much-anticipated summer travel revival risks descending into chaos as unions target airline strikes to coincide with school holidays while surging inflation and the cost of living crisis curb nascent demand recovery.
23 May 2022

The inflation puzzle: money printing and the devaluation of fiat currency

Inflation has surged to multi-decade highs prompting central banks to ramp up monetary tightening and set out plans to unwind outsized balance sheets.
18 May 2022

US recession risk climbing

The path to avoid a recession in the US, the world’s largest economy, is starting to narrow.
20 April 2022

Choppy waters: the spectre of a eurozone recession is rising

The war in Ukraine has delivered an acute supply shock to the eurozone, pushed already high inflation to new multi-decade highs and increased the risk of […]