China Pacific Insurance's CIO and other market specialists share their views on how US monetary policy could play out in coming months, and what that could mean for investments.
In partnership with Federated Hermes
Society’s addiction to plastics is pushing the environment to the limit, but as Hermes’ Emma Berntman explains, behind the demonisation of plastic lies the need for a paradigm shift in the way we produce and consume goods – one which we can participate in as investors and consumers.
A new government is to take office in Malaysia for the first time in its history. What does the fall of Najib Razak mean for investors in the country and across the region?
After the Fed's first rate hike of 2018, we asked economists and investment strategists how aggressive the pace of rate hikes can get and the implications for Asian assets.
A new economic team and a far-reaching regulatory revamp kick off Xi Jinping's second term in office. They suggest market reforms remain on the agenda.
China kept its 6.5% GDP growth target and stressed quality over speedy growth. The move could curb investment returns in the short term, but better ensure long-term stability.
In partnership with Pioneer Investments
Francesco Sandrini, head of multi-asset securities solutions at Pioneer Investments, considers where new opportunities in multi-asset can be found, against an expected reflation scenario.
S&P economist Paul Gruenwald says exports no longer boost the economies of Asia’s tigers.
Experts at an AsianInvestor forum voice wildly differing views on the drivers of global economics and whether the US Federal Reserve will raise rates next year.
Cabinet minister Yasutoshi Nishimura seeks to convince a global forum of the sustainability of government policy. Prime minister Shinzo Abe’s message is simpler: buy Japan.
Debt in Europe is a symptom of unsupportable living standards, meaning parts of Europe will revert to developing-market status, says economist Andy Xie.
A treat for Friday: A Hayek versus Keynes rap anthem, courtesy of YouTube.