Developed market equities forecast to outperform all other asset classes and attract most inflows this year, according to an AsianInvestor survey. But what will investors shun?
China's securities regulator has approved Shanghai's first equity option, but the move is seen as conservative after more ambitious proposals were mooted in a consultation last month.
As China opens its capital account, the country's foreign investor quota system is being seen as declining in importance. In a two-part series, AsianInvestor examines how prime brokers are responding.
Shanghai Stock Exchange is offering incentives to spur improved domestic payout ratios, but a change in investor thinking is not expected overnight.
The city's stock exchange moves to allow more than one ETF manager to track the same index to foster greater competition and sustainable market growth.
The city must seize this window of opportunity to let foreign firms sell RMB-denominated shares given the macroeconomic backdrop, the bourse’s Hu Ruyin tells AsianInvestor.