John Redwood, chief strategist at Charles Stanley, does not expect either the Chinese economy or Chinese politics to derail the global recovery this year.
James Hart, investment director for Witan Investment Services, has identified Asian areas of interest where the £1.7bn Witan and £194m Witan Pacific investment trusts have recently increased their exposure including Korea, Singapore and Japan.
China remains most important issue
After Alibaba's record-breaking IPO
Emerging markets are well placed to benefit from an uptick in global growth, particularly those that are commodity exporters. Yields are good and valuations do not look excessive in light of the improved outlook.
Over the course of 2016, the factors driving Asia's capital markets changed, writes Sharat Shroff, portfolio manager at Matthews Asia.
Mixed signals in the market
A trade war would hurt both the US and China
Fall larger than analysts' expectations
Tides change for India and China
Threat of trade wars
North Asia presents the most attractive opportunities
Creates 'favourable tailwinds' for Asia
UK worst performing region year-to-date
What will be Trump impact?
Invest in regions which are uncorrelated to the political uncertainty
China the only deflationary force
Year of the rooster
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There are many imbalances around the world, but there are two colossal surpluses and two large deficits which stand out, writes John Redwood, Charles Stanley's chief global strategist.
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