Risk of Abe resigning
Due to 'strong interest' from investors
Corporate profits rebounding
Over the course of 2016, the factors driving Asia's capital markets changed, writes Sharat Shroff, portfolio manager at Matthews Asia.
Inflation to reach 2% by 2018
A trade war would hurt both the US and China
Overshadowed by Trump and Brexit
Concentrating on stocks everyone hates
Tides change for India and China
Still lower than other developed markets
Managers: 'The global outlook is improving, with recent economic data in Asia surprising positively'
Views from IW Asia Briefing
Increased US-China tension
Stocks driven by fundamentals
Creates 'favourable tailwinds' for Asia
Invest in regions which are uncorrelated to the political uncertainty
Increased M&A activity
The Indian consumption market is like no other and offers a number of opportunities for investors, writes Rahul Chadha, co-CIO of Mirae Asset Global Investors (Hong Kong).
Year of the rooster
Global trade deals
Ability to generate uncorrelated returns
Reform a 'gargantuan' task
When Shinzo Abe first took up his post as Japan's Prime Minister, he did so thanks to his vivid use of language, writes Charles Stanley's John Redwood.
Hopeful of a rate rise