Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent
Joined in February 2015
EM duration offering attractive risk/returns
The long-term, secular trends that have fuelled Asia's rapid growth over the last decade are well known, yet one trend – the burgeoning Asian middle-class consumer – is a secular force that is still only in its early stages, according to T.Rowe Price's...
Supporting the 'big kid'
Backward looking index
Authorities clamping down
Problems caused by China and central banks
Running a two-speed economy
Global credit markets under strain
Fund managers give their assessment of the real strength of the financials sector after a turbulent few months.
Soft closed in 2012
Private equity and property trusts are offering investors an attractive entry point currently according to analysts, as market volatility has led to average discounts widening by more than 4.5% in these sectors in the first few weeks of the year.
Valuations in Asia-Pacific ex Japan areas are attractive relative to global peers currently, as most of the economies in the region are beneficiaries of lower oil and commodity prices, being net importers.
Yields fall into negative territory
Highlights 'derailed recovery'
Threat of divide
Stronger growth in industrialised economies
A unique aspect of China's financial system has been the rapid accumulation of bank deposits over the last decade, but what is the sector's future?
Investors are being urged to carry out extra due diligence on global equity income funds on fears of 'disproportionately rising stock risk', as the sector's average exposure to UK-listed names reaches a three-year high.
Asia ex Japan index underperforms for three years
Net revenues down 29% over H2 2015