Fears over Chinese currency
MSCI decided not to include A-shares in EM index
Electric vehicles (EVs) are on the cusp of a wave of adoption in China following the government's new electric vehicle volume target as it attempts to battle air pollution, writes HyungJin Lee, manager of Baring Eastern trustn.
Partnered with Harrington Cooper
Need to depreciate currency
Investment trust managers are showing renewed appetite for unlisted companies as a way of "differentiating themselves" from competitors, as they also hunt for fresh opportunities in a low-growth environment.
Called the era a 'bubble'
Further improvements needed
China's recent stimulus might be boosting sentiment, but the rise in overall debt is creating serious problems and is likely to lead to a financial crisis in the coming years, argues Justin Onuekwusi, multi-asset fund manager at Legal & General Investment...
Challenges more significant than outcome of Brexit vote
Mike Riddell, fixed income portfolio manager, Allianz Global Investors
GDP growth in China for Q1 2016 hit a record low of 6.7% following a 21 consecutive quarterly downward trend. However, there are other economic indicators that may suggest the macroeconomy is showing signs of stabilisation, writes Miller Guo, CEO of GF...
Response to demand
Reduces blue-chip holdings
Lawrence Gosling talks to Capital Group's Jody Jonsson, manager of the New Perspective strategy, about China's prospects, why Amazon is reasonably valued, and the attraction of tech start-ups for graduates.
Run by Edwardson and team
Liontrust AM's John Husselbee analyses which global markets are offering the best value as the first half of a volatile 2016 comes to a close.
With the Chinese economy showing signs of stabilisation after rounds of monetary easing and fiscal stimulus, what does the remainder of 2016 hold for the country, asks Wells Fargo's Anthony Cragg.
Developing regions out of favour for "some time"
Nearing end of stockmarket cycle
Managers do not think Brexit will happen
Global commodity slump also weakens outlook
Japan and eurozone feeling the pain