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Asian high yield at attractive levels

In unpredictable times, Asian high yield offers investors a promising investment opportunity. We spoke with Tricia Wong, Client Portfolio Manager Asia Fixed Income at Eastspring Investments.
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Australia stocks: looking for growth drivers

We spoke to Michelle Lopez, Head of Australian Equities, Aberdeen Standard Investments, about the Australian economy and the current developments in Australian stocks.
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Asian Dividend: Cuts more moderate than earnings fall

Yu Zhang, Portfolio Manager, Matthews Asia, about the influence the coronavirus pandemic has on the Asian dividend landscape and the changes in earnings and dividend payments.
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China stocks: Internet companies with accelerated growth

The world looks to China and the Chinese economy. How far is China on the way back to normality? We asked Wenchang Ma, China Equity Portfolio Manager, Ninety One.
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China economy: Recovery will take time

Interview with John Vail, Chief Global Strategist, Nikko Asset Management about the impact the coronavirus has on China as well as the tensions with the US.
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India investing: “Be patient and long-term”

What is the current situation on the Indian stock market? Which stocks and sectors will emerge from the crisis first? We asked Kristy Fong, Investment Director, at Aberdeen Standard Investments.
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The new normal in Asian fixed income

What influence does the coronavirus crisis have on the Asian fixed income market? We talked to the experts of Neuberger Berman's Emerging Markets Debt team.
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Huawei restrictions: “Cold War of Technology”

The new US-restrictions are very targeted and specific to Huawei. The disruption is potentially much more meaningful to China’s 5G deployment, say the experts from Janus Henderson.
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Coronavirus and the Impact on Asian Fixed Income Market

Teresa Kong, Head of Fixed Income at Matthews Asia, about the latest market developments in Asian fixed income since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Coronavirus: “Things won’t get back to normal quickly”

China will see a much quicker recovery than other countries. However, things won’t get back to normal quickly, says Andy Rothman, Investment Strategist at Matthews Asia.
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How fast will China‘s economy recover?

China's economy is already showing signs of recovery - even thought Q1 data was a backset. Wei Wei Chua, Portfolio Manager at Mirae Asset Global Investments, about the long-term effects the coronavirus outbreak will have on the Chinese economy.
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China’s bond market defies the crisis

The Chinese bond market has done well during the coronavirus crisis. Stephen Jen, CEO and Co-CIO of Eurizon SLJ Capital Limited, about the reasons and why capital inflow into the market should even be much larger.

Corona crisis: Asia’s supply chains are gaining momentum again

Analysts at Fidelity International expect the Chinese economy to regain momentum unexpectedly quickly. Technology equipment suppliers, the chemical and semiconductor industries are recovering faster than expected.

More pain to bring more opportunities

Flavia Cheong and Robert Gilhooly of Aberdeen Standard Investments about how the current Covid-19 situation is affecting the Asian capital markets.

Matthews Asia on Coronavirus: “Long-term perspective is key”

The global impact of the coronavirus will have long-term implications for the importance of China and Asia to the world economy as a whole, according to investment experts at Matthews Asia.
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When will the Asian economy recover from the coronavirus impact?

The coronavirus outbreak has caused turmoil in the global markets. We spoke to Khiem Do, Head of Asian Multi Asset at Barings, about how coronavirus is impacting the economies in Asia and when they might recover.
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FAANG vs. BAT: the battle of the technology giants

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.
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Three questions for the Japan Equity Team of Nikko Asset Management

Sony is the third largest Japanese electronics company after Hitachi and Panasonic. The Japan Equity Team of Nikko AM explain what speaks for the company.
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ESG in Japan investments: “Passive strategies are not enough”

ESG criteria have long been one of the top issues in the investment industry. This trend has also taken hold in Japan. Archibald Ciganer from T. Rowe Price in a guest article.
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The US can’t isolate China

How will the trade conflict between the US and China affect the financial markets in 2020? Robert Horrocks, CIO of US Asia specialist Matthews Asia, in an interview with AsiaFundManagers.com.
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Emerging opportunities in the Asian bond market

The Asian bond market has grown to become one of the largest bond markets in the world and therefore present immense investment opportunities. An interview with Neal Capecci, Manulife Investment Management.
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Investment opportunities in China

China presents some compelling investment opportunities, especially in the onshore A-Share equity market. An interview with Ben Morris, Aberdeen Standard Investments.
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Asian Bonds – “a very compelling risk-reward profile”

Prashant Singh, Senior Portfolio Manager in Emerging Markets Debt at Neuberger Berman, shares his views on the Asian bond markets.
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China QFII quota drop: “No significant immediate impact”

China is further opening up the financial market. But what does the China QFII quota drop mean for foreign investors? Jing Ning, Fidelity International, in interview.
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U.S.-China trade dispute: “There will be a deal by the end...

Matthews Asia Investment Strategist Andy Rothman believes, even if there is no near-term trade deal between the U.S. and China, this should not jeopardize the liberalization of Chinese financial markets.
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Demographic challenges opening up investment opportunities in China

For investors in China, the impact of trade conflict, environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors as well as demographic issues are of concern. May Ling Wee, Janus Henderson, gives answers.
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Japanese economy: current challenges and opportunities

The Japanese economy is facing a number of challenges. We talked to Mitsuhiro Yuasa, fund manager at E.I. Sturdza, about promising industries in Japan and the outlook for the Japanese economy.
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Asian Asset Managers in Europe

Asian asset managers are still underrepresented in Europe and only a small number have been successful in developing their brand in the region. An interview with Timothy Walkley, Managing Director Asia Markets at FundRock.
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“Frontier markets present untapped potential”

Matthews Asia Portfolio Manager Robert Harvey discusses his current views on investing in frontier markets and the "untapped potential" investors should consider.
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“Time is running out to solve China’s debt bubble”

Investors should not underestimate China's debt problem, says Paul Smillie, Senior Investment Analyst at Columbia Threadneedle Investments.