The third-largest pension fund in the world is still planning to reduce domestic equities despite calls from retail investors for it to support local stock prices.
With Covid-19 driving technology share prices to record levels, even the threat of tighter regulation in the US has had little impact on valuations in the sector.
The largest lifer in Taiwan is confident that it can buffer volatility in the equity market and will pay attention to good investment opportunities in domestic stocks.
With President Donald Trump expected to impose import taxes and raise tariffs, equity experts recommend companies and sectors to buy in the region – and some to avoid.
Advisers in Hong Kong and Singapore are downbeat about revenue growth for the coming year, in the belief that clients will pull money from markets as interest rates rise.
Fund managers debate concerns that Hong Kong’s stock market is beholden to the immaturities of trading in mainland China.