Deglobalisation is not a new concept to investors, but what risks and opportunities would the decoupling and onshoring of the world’s supply chains present Asia’s investment landscape?
Asset managers and analysts discuss whether the recent wave of delisting from American stock exchanges by Chinese state-owned companies signals an ongoing trend — and whether Hong Kong and Shanghai might benefit from the shift.
Asia's leading chip maker and the world's two largest economies: what could possibly go wrong? Investors need to be on full alert.
Investors from China and the US are expected to continue buying assets in each other’s markets despite the blacklist of Chinese firms with military and surveillance ties.
New, stricter rules being introduced for foreign listings in the US are just the latest in a series of policy measures being directed specifically at China.
Washington's growing opposition to US investment into Chinese assets is affecting asset owners and has wider implications too, note market experts.
Market euphoria ahead of the US-China trade deal signing in January is misplaced, say analysts and fund managers. They believe asset owners should remain cautious.
China would continue to draw strong foreign inflows despite a prolonged spat with the US, delegates at AsianInvestor’s Southeast Asian Institutional Investment Forum heard.
Despite the current turmoil, there are reasons to be optimistic about emerging market equities and real estate, says the Asia-Pacific head of Europe's biggest pension fund manager.
The world's second-largest economy is set to continue growing at a faster pace than developed markets, but it must contend with bigger problems than before, say experts.
China’s ongoing trade dispute with the US looks set to run and run and will hurt both economies. But it also offers opportunities for some healthy financial reform.