Despite strong GDP growth, Singapore’s equities lag developed market benchmarks, and valuations remain high, but experts expect more normalisation of the economy across Asean markets in 2022.
Digital asset regulation is an ever-evolving area, but there are clues that give away the direction that regulators are taking.
Positive but moderate returns are still expected, while the pace of policy normalisation and economic growth is closely watched.
Investor-friendly government policies, a speedy vaccination programme and a stellar year for equities: a post-pandemic India is firing on all cylinders.
Select names in the internet, domestic consumption, tourism, and digital marketing sectors should show decent performances, while the overall market sentiment is expected to pick up after the first quarter.
Regulation will play a big role in the direction that digital assets will take as many digital exchanges continue to operate in a grey area in many territories in Asia, investors and industry players say.
Real estate, infrastructure, and natural resources that are linked to rising prices and have a low correlation to economic activities can help investors mitigate risks amid inflation, or even stagflation.
The value of Chinese stocks listed in the US fell by a trillion dollars after Didi’s delisting news, signaling a bearish sentiment, but some investors eye opportunities.
Family disputes, Covid, low yields and high private market returns are driving a mindset change among family offices in Asia Pacific.