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The global economy faces several potential pivots in the direction and scale of monetary, fiscal, trade, geopolitical and exchange rate policies. One in particular will help determine the long-term outlook for China and emerging Asia.
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It took less than a day for China’s financial markets to recover from the credit rating downgrade by Moody’s Investors Service on 24 May. However, the downgrade is far from a non-event.
The People’s Bank of China is adopting a new approach to raising rates. What are the broader implications for China’s economy and global markets?
The region is undergoing a fragile transition that is likely to lead to further easing of monetary conditions.
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Portfolio Manager, Emerging Markets
Mr. Meng is a senior vice president and emerging markets portfolio manager in the Hong Kong office. He focuses on macroeconomic and financial analysis of China and regional linkages integral to portfolio strategy. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2011, he was with BNP Paribas in Beijing for nine years, most recently as senior financial economist and director of China macro analysis and strategy. Mr. Meng previously worked at the Atlanta-based commodities trading firm Mirant, where he structured and traded energy derivatives. He also worked in fixed income sales covering Chinese financial institutions at Bank of Montreal and began his career as a foreign exchange trader with the Bank of China. He has 20 years of investment and financial services experience and holds an MBA from the Graduate School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin. He received a bachelor's degree in international politics from the Foreign Affairs College in Beijing.