Risk appetite and asset valuations are at record levels in anticipation of a strong global recovery from the pandemic. Is the outlook justified for this lunar year?
Goodbye rat, hello ox! AsianInvestor is taking a break for the Chinese New Year holiday. Normal service resumes on Tuesday, February 16.
AsianInvestor looks back at our predictions for the Year of the Rat, including whether China's pensions would be able to invest offshore, and if a bond market shock was likely.
AsianInvestor looks back on our third and fourth Chinese New Year predictions from 2020: what the Federal Reserve did with rates and the best and worst-performing assets.
AsianInvestor looks back on our Year of the Rat predictions, to find out how prescient we were. We begin with Donald Trump's re-election and private equity valuations.
For our final Year of the Pig reflection, AsianInvestor looks back at our prediction about the top-performing mainstream and private asset classes for 2019.
AsianInvestor looks to its penultimate Year of the Pig prediction, in which we asked whether there would be some form of climbdown in the US-China trade war.
AsianInvestor looks back on our Year of the Pig predictions. In our latest reflection, we consider our view from last year on whether China would ease inbound investing.
AsianInvestor's seventh Year of the Pig reflections considers how accurate our prediction was on whether bonds would outperform stocks across the year.
AsianInvestor's sixth Year of the Pig entry weighed how much the planned departure of the UK would affect regional or global financial markets. Read more to find out if we were right.
For this Year of the Pig lookback, AsianInvestor considers how our view of asset owners' rising engagement with ESG fared.
AsianInvestor's next Year of the Pig reflection considers how ambitious institutional investors were when it came to their investment return expectations for the year.