A majority of global private equity investors say their private equity investments have outperformed their public equity portfolios, according to Coller Capital’s latest private equity barometer survey.
Geopolitical turmoil and surging inflation might be looming over the global economy, but institutional investors continue to search for value in the potentially overheated private markets.
Supply chain shocks, rising inflation, and the ongoing Russian assault on Ukraine prompt investors to prepare for an economic environment of stagflation.
From industrial estates to lifestyle consumables, the country is open to foreign investors looking for opportunities in an emerging market.
The markets have been in flux since Russia began its attack on the Ukraine. Amid the extreme volatility, we asked fund managers which safe haven assets could weather the storm.
Asia’s markets have fallen in response to Russia's attack on Ukraine on February 24. We ask financial experts what else Asia Pacific markets should expect in the face of this conflict.
The Covid-19 variant is unlikely to cause distress for investors banking on global recovery, but quarantine restrictions in Hong Kong are set to put the bite on any comeback.
Investor-friendly government policies, a speedy vaccination programme and a stellar year for equities: a post-pandemic India is firing on all cylinders.
What are Beijing's economic priorities this year, and how much will China's economy expand in 2020? Seven experts shared their opinions.
As Chinese New Year nears, we look back on the predictions we made for the Year of the Pig. First of all, we look back to our prediction on US economic growth.
AsianInvestor offers our set of Year of the Pig financial and economic predictions. We begin by assessing whether the US economy will plunge into a recession.
With multiple countries in Southeast Asia conducting or likely to conduct elections this year, AsianInvestor asks whether there could be any major shifts in political power.