£15bn-23bn of losses could result in annual loss
Markets scrutinised since coronavirus outbreaks
Country 'doing the opposite' from rest of the world
Corporate Japan is changing. When the corporate governance code was introduced in Japan in 2014, companies scrambled to find independent directors to put on the board and were more concerned with complying with the letter rather than the spirit of the...
For many years now, Chinese internet companies have been producing notable earnings expansion on the back of consumption-led growth in China.
Amid coronavirus outbreak
Japanese equities under the microscope
Taking advantage of opportunities from "short-term market dislocations"
Following a strong showing in 2019, we expect Asia's fixed income markets to benefit from supportive investor sentiment as underlying economic growth in the region stabilises in 2020.
Japanese stocks appear to be vulnerable to a multitude of risks.
What lies ahead in 2020? Will the US economy tip into recession or accelerate? Will Brexit make or break the UK and its erstwhile partners in Europe?
‘Change is the only constant’ has become increasingly evident for Asia as the impact of the coronavirus is felt across global financial markets. Despite these headwinds to near-term growth, Fidelity Asia Fund portfolio manager Teera Chanpongsang highlights the continued structural shifts in the region and how discipline around these fundamental drivers can reward investors at such times of volatility.
Many investors are worried about the potential impact of the coronavirus. Only one case has been reported in Japan so far, though the authorities have quarantined a cruise ship with affected passengers on board.
Asian equity markets have underperformed developed markets since around the taper tantrum in 2013, driven partly by monetary policy and tax cuts in the US and partly by investors’ caution on Asia.
Major indices rocked by growing threat of pandemic
Feasts from the East
Opportunities in EMs such as Indonesia and Myanmar
Difficult to predict impact on global growth
Counting the potential cost of the outbreak
$12trn of global bonds trading with sub-zero yields
Will it finally match up to China's progress?
Equities sold off aggressively during 2003 SARS outbreak
Growing hope for new riches in Lunar New Year
Steady progress in growing per capita income