(MT Newswires) -- Bill Winters, CEO of Standard Chartered, discusses the need to combat inflation, particularly in the US where the labour market remains robust. On China, he notes a transition to a dynamic new economy, contrasting with a struggling property sector. Winters recognises the potential for growth in India, where Standard Chartered is investing heavily with the ambition of 7% growth. Winters also points to the Fed's monetary policy, anticipating rate cuts later in the year, and predicts that US Treasuries could stabilise at around 4%. On competition from fintechs, Winters remains confident, pointing out that 82% of transactions at Standard Chartered are executed without human intervention.

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