Guy Bruten

Guy Bruten

Chief Economist—Asia-Pacific ex China

14 Years at AB
28 Years of experience

Guy Bruten joined AllianceBernstein (AB) in 2004 and is a member of the firm’s Global Economic Research team. In that role, he provides macro research coverage for a number of countries in the Asia-Pacific region, and is also responsible for conducting thematic research—looking at the impact, for example, of demographic change, the commodity price supercycle and the global surge in populist politics on the outlook for economies and asset prices. Prior to joining AB, Bruten worked in economics and market strategy roles for Macquarie Bank’s Funds Management Group and for SBC Warburg. He started his career in the early 1990s at the Commonwealth Department of the Treasury in Canberra. Bruten holds a BEc from the University of Adelaide and an MEc from the Australian National University. Location: Melbourne

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Just a Sneeze—or Dutch Disease?

by Guy Bruten

The changing dynamics of the commodity boom imply leaner times ahead for producer countries. Investors, however, should be wary of tarring them all with the same brush, as we believe such countries will offer different risks and opportunities as the cycle unwinds.

Economics


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