Thanks to a stable economic base, far-sighted monetary policy and large foreign exchange reserves, a number of Asian markets are well placed to weather the decline in liquidity in the economy without significant losses, at least in the short term.
Other countries, however, will feel the negative effects of the reduction in the volume of liquidity in the domestic market more acutely than others. As a result of the escalation of the trade war between the US and China, investors react sharply to any unforeseen events, no matter how small.
This can explain, for example, the outflow of absolute liquid existing mobile number list have means of exchange from some markets, which are generally in a quite favorable position. The rise in oil prices in also did not help strengthen the markets of the region, and it cannot be ruled out that prices will remain at a relatively high level in – for example, experts predict that the average price of a barrel of Brent will be $ in .
from national markets will be determined by the US monetary policy and the pace of its tightening. Coface's base case assumes a slowdown in the growth of the US Fed's interest rate (forecast - two increases in against four in ), as inflation has already fallen below the Fed's goal of %.