Asian bonds represent an underrated investment opportunity. However, choosing the right type of exposure, from corporate to local currency bonds, is often a challenge. Here, we profile three Asian bond funds that offer distinct ways of allocating to the market.
After nearly two decades of structural reforms, Asian fixed income markets are open, liquid and attractive to foreign investors. With strong fundamentals and reasonable valuations, the case could be made for a dedicated portfolio allocation to Asian bonds.
Australian economy has escaped a recession for 28 years. Despite this run coming to an end, The Lucky Country is well positioned for the future. Heavily exposed to value stocks, its share market should benefit from the recent fiscal stimulus.
After Warren Buffett’s $6.5 billion investment, the bullish case for Japanese equities is getting more attention. A comparison of two Japanese equity funds with experienced teams and stellar track records.
The Chinese market for A-shares is one of the largest in the world, but it is still easily overlooked by global investors. Wrongly so - we highlight the characteristics of the market and the underlying trends that drive it.
China’s property market can be an attractive one for long-term investors, but the question is how to get access. In this article we look at smart strategies for overseas investors to get exposure to long-term trends and current opportunities.
The Asian small cap universe is a place to find hidden gems. Because Asian small companies are relatively under-researched. That opens up opportunities for active local managers to find hidden success stories.
High yield is one part of Asia’s corporate bond market. We analyze two leading actively-managed Asian high yield funds and their value propositions for investors: Fidelity Asian High Yield and UBS BS Asian High Yield.
China equity funds offer investors the chance to invest in leading companies at the forefront of China’s growth story. We compared UBS (Lux) EF Greater China, Pictet Greater China, and Invesco Greater China.
Chinese technology giants Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent (BAT) are benefiting above all from their home market. An interview with Baki Irmak, fund manager of The Digital Leaders Fund, about their impact worldwide.
India equity ETFs offer an opportunity to invest in the fast-growing economy. In this article we compare three India ETFs: iShares MSCI India ETF, WisdomTree India Quality ETF and X MSCI India Swap ETF.
Equity funds that invest in Chinese companies offer investors exposure to a large and rapidly growing economy. In this article we compare two prominent funds: the Goldman Sachs China Opportunity Equity Portfolio and the JPM China Fund.
As part of the Belt and Road Initiative, China is investing billions in the Pan-Asia Railway Network, connecting the country with Southeast Asia. A key part of the project in Malaysia is now resuming construction.
Looking at the chinese economy, pessimism prevailed most recently. We spoke with Bill Maldonado, head investment strategist at HSBC Global Asset Management, who says that the trade conflict with the U.S. is not contributing to China's economy slow-down.
China bonds will become an important component of global bond portfolios. A guest commentary by Eastspring Investments on why investors can no longer ignore the higher yields and lower correlations offered by the world’s third largest bond market.
Chinese equities showed high gains since the beginning of this year. However, it will be difficult to repeat the good figures of the first quarter of 2018. We spoke to Greg Kuhnert, Portfolio Manager at Investec Asset Management about the outlook.
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