Signs are growing that the US economy may be slowing after a record period of sustained growth. That poses questions for Asian investors, most of who have some US exposure.
A link between China and London's stock markets has long been in the offing. But due to a series of challenges it may never get off the ground, reports sister publication FinanceAsia.
The ratcheting of US-China trade tensions could lead to a possible devaluation in the renminbi, which would damage the case for holding Chinese assets.
The mounting trade war between China and the US has caused equity corrections, but fund managers say regional debt could perform best if a favourable trade deal is struck.
James Chen, the chief investment officer of a family manufacturing business, discusses his careful, long-term approach to global investing.
For asset owners looking to expand their investment horizons into agriculture, climate change and some difficult regulations offer potential obstacles to their ambitions.