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By Joe Marsh
3 days ago
The head of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Ravi Menon, has voiced concerns about policy measures against free trade, particularly in the US.
By Richard Morrow
5 January 2017
The arrest of the CEO of Korea's National Pension Service amid allegations of corruption offers another example of why the fund should be freed from political meddling and ...
By Joe Marsh
9 December 2016
Market experts point to premier Narendra Modi's reform progress, and the country's swift growth and thriving private sector, among other factors. They are rather less keen on ...
By The Editors | 9 November 2016
Donald Trump will become the 45th president of the United States. As markets slump, we ask investors in Asia for their reactions.
By Bernadette Tio | 7 October 2016
DBS's group consumer and wealth head discusses Southeast Asia's prospects during a panel with the CEO of Malaysia's Employees Provident Fund and Macquarie's Asia chief.
By Joe Marsh , Toby Yiu | 15 September 2016
Chinese investment industry executives are unhappy about how quickly local regulators have tightened policy on private funds. More clarity would help both domestic and foreign ...
By Bernadette Tio | 12 September 2016
Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte has upset world leaders and conducted a brutal crackdown on drug users, yet fund managers remain keen to invest into the country.
By Joe Marsh | 18 August 2016
The launch of Shenzhen Connect will not spark big flows into Chinese stocks given current price levels and concerns about mainland market access, says the French bank.
By Joe Marsh | 16 August 2016
Meanwhile, emerging-market stocks and private equity will provide the best returns over the next five years, predicts the US asset management and custody group.
By The Editors | 21 July 2016
Timothy Tsui, managing partner of Hong Kong multi-family office Arbutus Capital Partners, tells AsianInvestor why he likes road trips, Formula 1 and Finland.
By Richard Newell | 13 July 2016
In an unusually public move, Ashley Alder, CEO of Hong Kong's securities regulator, voices concern that equity markets have disconnected from fundamentals because of central ...
By Staff Reporters | 24 June 2016
Britain has dramatically turned its back on the European Union in its landmark referendum. As markets tumble, reporters are gathering reactions on what this means for Asian ...
By Richard Newell | 21 June 2016
Investment industry participants flag concerns about short-term market moves and long-term business complications that would result if Britain votes to exit Europe this coming ...
By Richard Morrow | 16 June 2016
The opening of China's interbank bond market to foreign asset owners offers unprecedented investment opportunities. Unfortunately these are counterbalanced by equally high risks.
By The Editors | 20 May 2016
In our third and last 'thought for the day' from Mellody Hobson, president of US fund house Ariel Investments, she explains how diverse views can help deliver better results.
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Underweight US
  17%
 
Overweight US
  42%
 
Underweight EMs
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Raise cash levels
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No change
  15%
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