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Anthony Fensom

Anthony Fensom is an experienced business writer and communication consultant with more than a decade’s experience in the financial and media industries of Australia and Asia. Having spent four years with Australia’s stock exchange, together with six years in Tokyo, Japan as a full-time writer, he has a keen awareness of the Asia-Pacific’s economic and financial issues.

Japan Won’t Depopulate Quietly Into The Night
May 20, 2016
Japan Won’t Depopulate Quietly Into The Night
The Japanese government is trying to increase the nation’s labor force.
Japan Won’t Depopulate Quietly Into The Night
Japan: Abe Set to Delay Next Tax Hike
May 15, 2016
Japan: Abe Set to Delay Next Tax Hike
Bowing to economic realities, the Japanese PM will reportedly postpone the next consumption tax hike.
Japan: Abe Set to Delay Next Tax Hike
Australia: Turnbull Pledges Growth as Elections Called
May 09, 2016
Australia: Turnbull Pledges Growth as Elections Called
In the wake of the budget, the Australian PM has confirmed that Australia will go to the polls on July 2.
Australia: Turnbull Pledges Growth as Elections Called
Deflation Threatens Australia
May 01, 2016
Deflation Threatens Australia
The deflation disease appears to be spreading rapidly through Asia.
Deflation Threatens Australia
Is The Worst Over For Emerging Markets?
April 25, 2016
Is The Worst Over For Emerging Markets?
Following the doomsday scenarios of early 2016, there has been a slight uptick in sentiment.
Is The Worst Over For Emerging Markets?
Chinese Economy: Back To The Future
April 19, 2016
Chinese Economy: Back To The Future
In allowing rapid credit growth again, is Beijing simply postponing the inevitable?
Chinese Economy: Back To The Future
Asia’s Growth Prospects in Beijing’s Hands
April 06, 2016
Asia’s Growth Prospects in Beijing’s Hands
A slowing China has prompted the ADB has cut its growth forecasts for the region.
Asia’s Growth Prospects in Beijing’s Hands
Commodity Prices: The Cycle Turns?
March 28, 2016
Commodity Prices: The Cycle Turns?
Rising commodity prices have given the region’s miners a much-needed boost. Is this really a turning point?
Commodity Prices: The Cycle Turns?
Expensive Asia? At Least Some Are Still Smiling
March 22, 2016
Expensive Asia? At Least Some Are Still Smiling
Some of the most expensive cities in the world are in Asia.
Expensive Asia? At Least Some Are Still Smiling
Asia’s Boards: Where Are The Women?
March 16, 2016
Asia’s Boards: Where Are The Women?
Despite progress, Asian women are yet to crack the corporate “rice-paper ceiling.” Are arbitrary quotas the answer?
Asia’s Boards: Where Are The Women?
Growth Surprise Flattens Australia’s Big Shorters
March 07, 2016
Growth Surprise Flattens Australia’s Big Shorters
The Australian economy posts a surprisingly robust growth number.
Growth Surprise Flattens Australia’s Big Shorters
Good Morning Future Wealth, Vietnam
February 29, 2016
Good Morning Future Wealth, Vietnam
For reformers, the country’s economic and political rise could be just about to start.
Good Morning Future Wealth, Vietnam
Is Abenomics Dead?
February 20, 2016
Is Abenomics Dead?
If it is to be saved, the government needs to start thinking about working people.
Is Abenomics Dead?
Indonesia: Big Bang Reforms Or Small Pop?
February 14, 2016
Indonesia: Big Bang Reforms Or Small Pop?
It’s opening its doors, but some significant restrictions will remain.
Indonesia: Big Bang Reforms Or Small Pop?
‘Sword Of Damocles’ Hangs Over Asia
February 08, 2016
‘Sword Of Damocles’ Hangs Over Asia
Financial markets are worried about another Chinese currency devaluation.
‘Sword Of Damocles’ Hangs Over Asia
Interview: China Stocks
February 04, 2016
Interview: China Stocks
Shanghai might be struggling, but look to Shenzhen.
Interview: China Stocks
Oceania: The Key And Turnbull Show
February 01, 2016
Oceania: The Key And Turnbull Show
The leaders of Australia and New Zealand are enjoying a political bromance.
Oceania: The Key And Turnbull Show
2016: The Year of the Commodities Buyer
January 30, 2016
2016: The Year of the Commodities Buyer
This looks set to be a good year for resources importers.
2016: The Year of the Commodities Buyer
China Fears Escalate As World Economy Slows
January 25, 2016
China Fears Escalate As World Economy Slows
2016 looks increasingly like a difficult year for the global economy.
China Fears Escalate As World Economy Slows
Jakarta Attacks Hit Vulnerable Target
January 15, 2016
Jakarta Attacks Hit Vulnerable Target
Thursday’s attacks could have some significant economic implications.
Jakarta Attacks Hit Vulnerable Target
Alarm Bells Ringing For Emerging Markets
January 13, 2016
Alarm Bells Ringing For Emerging Markets
Analysts are warning of tougher times ahead for the region.
Alarm Bells Ringing For Emerging Markets
Asia’s Stock Winners and Losers
January 09, 2016
Asia’s Stock Winners and Losers
It’s been a rough start to the year. What lies ahead?
Asia’s Stock Winners and Losers
Asia’s New Year Economic Resolutions
January 01, 2016
Asia’s New Year Economic Resolutions
A tour of the prospects for the Asia-Pacific’s biggest economies in 2016.
Asia’s New Year Economic Resolutions
Asia’s Economic Winners and Losers in the Year of the Monkey
December 25, 2015
Asia’s Economic Winners and Losers in the Year of the Monkey
To look forward, Pacific Money takes a look back.
Asia’s Economic Winners and Losers in the Year of the Monkey
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