Shivaan Tandon joined Capital Economics in September 2022 and is an Economist in the Emerging Asia team. Shivaan joins from the Economist Intelligence Unit, where he worked as an analyst covering a mix of West and East European Economies in the Country Analysis Unit. He has a BA in Public Policy(Economic Policy) from Duke University in the United States.
Emerging Asia Economics Update
Sri Lanka: surprise rate cut, further easing to be gradual
Sri Lanka’s central bank (CBSL) cut interest rates in a surprise move today but we think further monetary loosening will be gradual as concerns about the external position are likely to persist in the...
Singapore faces 'high risk' of technical recession amid external uncertainties, say economists
“Although it is not our base case scenario, there remains a high risk that the economy slips into a technical recession, either in (the second quarter) or in the second half of the year,” Mr Shivaan...
Emerging Asia Chart Book
Slowing growth, falling inflation and dovish central banks
A strong rebound in tourism provided a big boost to growth in Thailand and Hong Kong last quarter, which along with China, were the three best-performing countries in Emerging Asia in Q1. But for the...