Tactical global investors are anticipating a possible unwinding of the trend of US equities outperforming the rest of the world, amid speculation that the dollar will weaken further.
The end of the first great cryptocurrency boom is a good time to assess the operational due diligence of the first wave of Asian cryptocurrency funds, say industry experts.
The CEO of Malaysia's $161 billion Employees Provident Fund attributed its strong 2015 performance to broad diversification, and says it will further boost its alternatives allocation.
Former US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke said emerging-market borrowers were not too badly exposed to the threat of a rising US dollar.
London-based LMAX, a currency-flow aggregator now expanding into Hong Kong, is seen as suitable for broker-dealers and smaller asset managers.
Justin Lin Yifu, former chief economist at the World Bank, says investing in infrastructure is a key way for emerging and developed markets to put the global financial crisis behind them.