Cary Yeung, head of greater China debt at Pictet Asset Management, analyses what the recent turmoil in Chinese markets means for the onshore bond sector
Ooi Boon Peng, chief investment officer, fixed income at Eastspring Investments, looks at how last month's devaluation of the renminbi is spilling over into other Asian bond markets
Emerging market assets have seen another sharp summer sell-off and while this year's edition has been more violent than the past three, the causes are rather familiar.
Is China downturn a social crisis caused by naive investors?
Mark Barnett, head of UK equities at Invesco Perpetual and manager of the Edinburgh investment trust, analyses the growing pressures on listed companies from a number of sources.
Equities look compelling
The papers called Beijing's surprise devaluation an "escalation of currency wars", with some stating the move was "best seen as a distress signal from Beijing".
Fund exposed to EM consumer growth
China worries overblown
Renewed fears over China's slowdown have hit Japanese equity markets just as the country's reform programme comes under pressure, Hardeep Tawakley reports.
Manager will gain stronger platform to grow presence
Global concerns weighed on decision
Joins Crabb in Hong Kong
Export economy has lost competitiveness
John William Olsen, manager of the M&G Global Growth and M&G Pan European funds, examines the buying opportunities for high-quality companies.
Stephen Message gives his outlook for the UK market in light of the recent global sell-off.
Mark Harris, head of multi-asset at City Financial, warns the risks of policy error are high if the global situation worsens.
Gold shines as 'safe haven' asset
Data undershoots expectations again
EM economies most vulnerable
Can they hold strong through future volatility?
Managers fear further market falls
55% chance of global recession
Mark Williams, co-manager of the Liontrust Asia Income fund, explains how China’s recent troubles signify the beginning of a difficult rebalancing period for the country.