With smartphone demand down globally, it will be difficult for Samsung to sell its new foldable smartphone at $1,800-$2,000 a unit, says Sanjeev Rana, senior analyst at CLSA.
Laurence Balanco, CLSA’s Technical Analyst, appeared live on CNBC TV18 and shared CLSA’s 12,000 Nifty target.
CLSA’s Country Head of Thailand, Prinn Panitchpakdi, shared his views with Bloomberg TV on why the nation’s benchmark SET Index is one of the best performers in Asia this month.
Nicholas Smith, CLSA’s Japan Strategist, appeared live on Bloomberg TV discussing Japan’s monetary and fiscal policies.
Nicole Wong, regional head of property research at CLSA, discusses China’s property market and the problems she is seeing in the sector.
CLSA CEO Jonathan Slone shares his view on US/China trade and global markets.
CLSA’s Head of Equity-linked Products Nathan McMurtray is quoted extensively in Asiamoney on the booming market for Asia convertible bonds this year.
Alexious Lee, CLSA’s head of China capital access, is extensively quoted in an Infrastructure Investor article on the Belt and Road initiative following an interview with the magazine’s Asia reporter a few weeks ago.
Paul Choi, head of Korea research at CLSA discusses the Trump-Kim summit and the implications for South Korean stocks and central bank policy.
Alexious Lee, CLSA’s Head of China Capital Access, comments on money flows following the inclusion of A-Shares in MSCI’s emerging market index in IFR Asia: “What would happen if the regulator allowed China depository receipts (CDRs) and a company like Alibaba, which has a market cap of around US$500bn, were to issue depository receipts that could be traded via the Stock Connect schemes?”