Robin Harding is the FT’s Tokyo Bureau Chief. Until 2015, he was based in Washington covering the US Federal Reserve, the Treasury and the IMF. Before his current role, he spent five years as FT’s Economist Editor in Washington, and two years as FT Tech Reporter in Tokyo.
Stefania Palma is the FT’s correspondent based in Singapore covering the city state, Malaysia and Indonesia. She reports on a wide spectrum of news covering financial markets, economics, politics, but also society, life and arts.
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The problem nowadays isn’t getting information - it’s getting the right information, at the right time, to make informed decisions. The way that markets are reported affects the way they are perceived, and consequently the way investors behave.