Guy Bruten

Guy Bruten

Senior Economist—Asia Pacific

12 Years at AB
26 Years of experience

Guy Bruten joined AB in 2004 and is a member of the firm’s Global Economic Research team. He is responsible for developing outlooks for the Japanese, Australian and New Zealand economies, and for incorporating those outlooks into forecasts for interest rates and currencies. These fundamental forecasts are a key input into the AB Fixed Income investment process. Prior to joining the firm, Bruten spent four years as chief economist for Macquarie Bank’s Funds Management Group, and five years as a senior economist and interest-rate strategist at SBC Warburg in Sydney and London. Bruten started his career at the Commonwealth Department of the Treasury in Canberra. He holds a masters degree in economics from the Australian National University and a B.Ec with honours from the University of Adelaide. 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.


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