The Democratic Party kept its majority in the Senate while the Republican Party won back the House. AsianInvestor asked the market how one should view the coming two years in US politics from the standpoint of an investor.
Senior speakers at the Milken Asia Summit outlined the importance of the US rebuilding alliances as it looks to reset its frosty relationship with China under a Biden administration.
The largest-ever turnout in a US presidential election has led Joe Biden to overthrow Donald Trump. Fund managers and other industry experts offer views on the investment implications.
The biggest concern for investors might be recession today, but inflation could be lurking on the horizon. Plus: how to allocate in the face of Donald Trump's frantic fight for re-election?
For the Year of the Rat, AsianInvestor offers a set of financial and economic predictions. In this instalment, we ask whether The Federal Reserve is likely to cut interest rates.
The Singaporean central bank has shifted a healthy slice of its reserves to the sovereign wealth fund, ahead of an expected economic slowdown amid slowing global trade.
Despite the market's improved mood music, investment experts have reined in their expectations for this weekend's Osaka summit and remain wary of the economic downside.
Investors should prepare their investment portfolios as soon as possible for the possibility of a full-blown and lingering trade war between the US and China.
The historic meeting between the leaders of the US and North Korea may lead to a thawing of political relations but will have limited impact on markets, according to four specialists.
Peter Costello says more restrictions on global trade would be bad for all investors and argues that the Australian sovereign wealth fund's return target should be revised down.
The head of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Ravi Menon, has voiced concerns about policy measures against free trade, particularly in the US.
The country’s asset owners aim to increase their foreign exposure this year. In particular they are looking to buy US equity and investment-grade debt on price dips, say fund managers.