Time now to catch up with our man in Hong Kong, Finbarr Bermingham, Asia Editor of the Global Trade Review.
He has been speaking to Share Radio's Michael Considine about the visit of Zhang Dejiang, the Chinese leader responsible for Hong Kong affairs, who has arrived there amid discontent with alleged interference in the territory's affairs by Beijing.
Michael began by asking him what the mood has been like in Hong Kong.
The latest quarterly review from the National Institute of Economic and Social Research sees world economic growth this year falling to it's slowest pace since the 2009 recession. The growth downgrade to 3% is mainly due to disappointing performances in us and japan, also poor performances for Brazil and Russia. As for the UK, things are dominated by the outcome of the EU referendum, for more analysis Ed Mitchell is joined in the studio by Jack Meaning, Research Fellow at the National Institute.
The global economic landscape remains dominated by Central Bank monetary policy and their regular policy and forecast pronouncements.
Late yesterday it was the US Federal Reserve, this morning the Bank of Japan and recently the ECB. The Bank of England is also making it's position known regularly on the EU referendum.
For his analysis of Central Bank Monetary Policy and what it means for investors, Ed Mitchell of Investment Perspectives is joined in the studio by Nizam Hamid, Head of Sales for Europe at Wisdom Tree, the leading exchange traded products provider.
Investment Perspectives: We catch up with our man in Hong Kong, Asia Editor of the Global Trade Review, Finbarr Bermingham.
Share Radio's Michael Considine spoke to Finbarr, this week in Hong Kong and began by asking about the cyber security theft at the Bangledesh Central Bank
Oliver Pursche, CEO of Bruderman Brothers, joins us on the line from New York to discuss what to expect and look out for as Janet Yellen appears before Congress in the midst of ongoing global market turmoil