Comments from Philip Moffitt, Goldman Sachs Asia-Pacific head of fixed income in the Australian Financial Review this morning.
- AUD has been "struggling to go down" further
- Could rebound to US75¢
- Goldman Sachs remain "cautious", but is increasing Australian exposure ... along with positions in emerging-market sovereign bonds, such as Mexico's and Brazil's, and credit
- Says the deceleration in China isn't "out of control"
- "The Chinese economy's weakening, we'd sign up for that, but it's not weakening across the board, and there are actually some parts of it that are actually doing quite well."
- Sees a less acute downturn taking place, with signs of strength in retailing, some parts of the property market and consumer-driven sectors. "We identify a slowdown for sure, but it's not a massive slowdown"
More at the article, which appears to be ungated: Goldman's Philip Moffitt says $A set to rebound as China fears begin to wane
Moffitt is a very smart cookie.