Concerns remain on whether interest rate hikes by the Fed will be able to slow economic activity and tame inflation — or push the US economy into recession, triggering major uncertainties for Asian capital markets.
Arthur Lau, head of Asia ex-Japan fixed income, and Emily Lam, client portfolio manager, at PineBridge Investments, highlight the continued appeal of Asia investment grade (IG) as well as high yield (HY) bonds for their relatively stable and attractive source of yield and diversification.
For Chinese investors aiming to divest their onshore assets, Renminbi-denominated stocks in Hong Kong might not be a better option.
Taiwanese equity technology funds draw new capital for the seventh quarter as investors turn selective on fixed income funds.
The green bonds to be issued by the Singapore government by 2030 can meet pent-up demand of impact investors and boost regional green financing.
The appetite of institutional investors for green, social, and sustainable bonds that bring clear environmental and socio-economic benefits shows no sign of waning.
As Evergrande and Kaisa default on US dollar notes and Shimao was downgraded to non-investment grade, will more Chinese developers follow suit?
Evergrande admits it may not have enough capital to repay its debt.
German firm launches bankruptcy proceedings against Evergrande.
Inflation is here to stay, but how long is the question investors struggle to answer. In the meantime, super funds Cbus and UniSuper have adjusted their portfolio accordingly.
China continues to drive growth within its debt market, in spite of the negative image conveyed by property developer, Evergrande Group.