The lira has plummeted and concerns have grown over Turkey's external financing needs. We asked four experts which other emerging markets could be dragged down with it.
Double-digit growth in 2017 for regional insurers outside of Japan, but market volatility and rising interest rates pose challenges.
Copper prices have fallen sharply of late as growing trade friction and slowing China growth have dragged on demand. Is it a sign of more trouble to come? We asked five experts.
The US insurer's Asia operations intend to respond to a prolonged rising interest rate environment by investing more into commercial mortgages and private debt.
Superannuation funds dominate Australia's rankings in the survey, but their fee activities are being investigated, and rising interest rates are forcing them to shift their assets.
Japan was the only country to see an AUM drop, courtesy of a falling currency. Its investors are focused on raising alternatives to compensate for weak fixed income returns.