G7 leaders have committed to indefinite support for Ukraine in its defence against Russia’s invasion in addition to a fresh round of sanctions on Russian oil and gold.
As the global economy decelerates after major shocks this year, investors must address both opportunities and threats in volatile and changing markets.
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.
Concerns over the possible impact of the new Omicron variant on the global economic recovery has led to high market volatility over the last week.
Major investors including GIC, VisionSuper, Unisuper and Prudential Life Thailand say that equities could see a correction while cash has become more appealing.
China’s remarkable consumption and technological trends are the tip of the iceberg; bigger business implications with potential to drive change globally lie out of sight a new report by The Economist Intelligence Unit and commissioned by PineBridge Investments highlights.
Equity indices around the world have taken a tumble since the start of October. We asked four experts how this has affected investor portfolios and how they are responding.
Chinese stock market indices have taken a beating so far in 2018, losing nearly 30%. We asked four experts when investors should start looking at Chinese equities again.
Global markets tumbled in October. We asked five experts what Asian investors are doing in response and their market expectations going forward.
Down about 9% against the dollar since April but trading between Rmb6.80 and Rmb6.90 over the past two months, what next for the renminbi? We asked six experts for their views.
In partnership with State Street Global Advisors
2018 has so far been a challenging period for local and US dollar-denominated Asian debt markets. However, as State Street Global Advisors' Kheng-Siang Ng explains, hard and local currency bond markets continue to present a varied and differentiated opportunity set to investors.