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Global media organisations regularly seek the views of CLSA’s analysts, economists and strategists.

Sep 13, 2022 / Hong Kong

CNBC: The U.S. dollar is unlikely to have peaked, says analyst

Shaun Cochran of CLSA says markets are about to face period of macro slowdown and tightening of earnings, among other things, and adds that a peaking process has probably begun.

Sep 8, 2022 / Tokyo

Bloomberg: CLSA's Smith on Japan Markets, Yen

Nicholas Smith, Japan Strategist at CLSA, discusses his outlook for Japan as the yen slumps to a level that leaves it on track for its worst year on record. He speaks with Shery Ahn and Paul Allen on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia”.

Aug 22, 2022 / Hong Kong

Bloomberg: CLSA's Cochran on Chinese Equities, Central Bank Policy

CLSA Group Head of Research Shaun Cochran discusses the investment group’s view on Chinese equities ahead of a massive week of results from some of the country’s biggest companies. Shaun also discusses the much-anticipated meeting in Jackson Hole. He speaks in “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia” with Haidi Stroud-Watts and Shery Ahn.

Jul 7, 2022 / Seoul

Bloomberg: Samsung Profit Misses Estimates as Inflation Saps Consumer Demand

Sanjeev Rana, Korea technology analyst at CLSA Securities, discusses the prospects for Samsung Electronics Co., which reported its slowest profit growth in more than two years. Rising materials costs and lukewarm consumer demand squeezed margins at South Korea’s biggest company.

Jun 21, 2022 / India

ET Now: Markets valuations will become attractive for foreigners | Vikash Kumar Jain, CLSA

Vikash Jain stated that valuations are 5% of historical average levels, and that inflation in India has peaked. He also added, “Adding DLF to India focus portfolio- Like real estate cycle. Trend of falling prices is not very strong any more”. Speaking about sectors, Jain stated that one should stay away from consumption stocks with expensive valuations, and he personally prefers banks. What is in store for India? Are financials set for a reversal?