With oil-producing countries hit hard by the crude price crash, their state institutions will have to dump liquid assets and, by default, raise private market allocations, say industry experts.
An oil price war, a pandemic and fears of a global recession pushed US stocks into their biggest decline since 2008. Asset owners are carefully weighing how best to respond.
The impact of Hurricane Harvey on energy commodities is seen as limited, but more weather disruptions are likely, and investors expect long-term oil price gains.
CSOP has listed only the second oil ETF in Hong Kong after Samsung AM. It is targeting Chinese clients amid strong flows into oil funds on the mainland, as well as elsewhere in the region.
Forced to offload their most liquid assets of late, oil-based state funds have increased their portfolio risk, according to a report. Meanwhile, more SWFs are in the pipeline.
AsianInvestor has answered 10 key questions for investors in the Year of the Monkey. Question seven looks at oil prices after their steep drop.