Janet Mui

Global Economist

Janet is a Global Economist working in the Investment Strategy Team and a CFA charterholder. She joined in 2011 and previously worked in Citi Hong Kong as an analyst in Global Portfolio Management and subsequently as a relationship manager to multi-national clients. Janet graduated with a BSc in Economics from the London School of Economics (first class honours), holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Cambridge and obtained a Postgraduate Certificate in Econometrics from Birkbeck College, University of London.

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Strategy & economics

29NOV 2019

Janet Mui: weekly economic update 29 November

President Trump's signing of the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act has rattled markets. US data has been stronger than expected, with consumer spending a bright spot.

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Strategy & economics

22NOV 2019

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Strategy & economics

15NOV 2019

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2019

NOVEMBER

08NOV 2019

Strategy & economics

Janet Mui: weekly economic update 8 November 19

China and the US agree in principle to remove tariffs, sparking a wide rally in equities. In the UK, the Bank of England has held its key interest rate unchanged – while indicating a readiness to cut.

OCTOBER

25OCT 2019

Strategy & economics

Janet Mui: weekly economic update 25 October

There has been some political progress on a Brexit agreement, increasing the appeal of UK assets. In the eurozone, economic activity remains weak.

21OCT 2019

Strategy & economics

Street battles and mass defiance: what's the future for Hong Kong?

One of the world's most iconic and connected cities, Hong Kong has become the scene of repeated and determined unrest. Tourism and retail revenues are collapsing – but what are the longer-term implications?

18OCT 2019

Strategy & economics

Janet Mui: weekly economic update 18 October

The announcement of a Brexit deal – yet to be passed by the UK Parliament – has removed some near-term uncertainty. But the longer-term picture remains unclear.

18OCT 2019

Strategy & economics

Janet Mui: 2019 third quarter update

In two years the global economy has gone from synchronised growth to synchronised slowdown. Our stance has become more cautious, but we do not expect a recession

11OCT 2019

Strategy & economics

Janet Mui: weekly economic update 11 October

There are signs of progress on the two key political risks facing markets: the US-China trade war and Brexit.

04OCT 2019

Strategy & economics

Janet Mui: weekly economic update 4 October

Anxious markets are questioning whether weakening US manufacturing data is beginning to spill over into services.

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