Standard Chartered shared its global market outlook with more than a hundred of its clients in a seminar held recently at the Intercontinental Regency.
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Manpreet Gill, Head of Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities Strategy, Standard Chartered Bank, highlighted the current market environmental, historical market trends, factors influencing risk assets, expectation and demand on oil and the various investment opportunities in different sectors.
The role of the Federal Reserve and other major global central banks in the success of the economy during the first half of the year.
“As an international banking, the Standard Chartered Bank collaborates across regions in order to provide our clients with valuable information regarding the industry,” said Kunal Varma, Head of Retail Banking, Middle East (Ex UAE), Standard Chartered Bank.
“The seminar is part of Standard Chartered Bank’s efforts to provide Priority clients with specialised services and insightful information from leading industry experts. In doing so we aim to keep our Priority customers updated about the latest market trends, which will help them with investment decisions.”
The interactive session highlighted the performances of Level 1 assets, bonds, equities and currencies and also highlighted the status of gold, the United States Dollar, Japanese Yen and the Indian Rupee.
This is Standard Chartered’s second seminar on global outlook that was held this year.
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