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“HSBC POWER Breakfast ” - “Global Currency Outlook 2018”


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HSBC hosted their corporate clients for “HSBC Power Breakfast” at Shangri-La Colombo on 25 January 2018, focused on the global currency outlook for 2018.  Dr. Indrajit Coomarsawamy, Central Bank Governor delivered an insightful key note address on Sri Lanka’s Economic Outlook and policy. The guest speaker of the forum, Paul Mackel, Managing Director, Head of Emerging Markets & Asian FX Research spoke on Global FX outlook, especially in relation to major and Asian currencies and what it means to Sri Lanka.


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