Emerging market currencies are displaying resilience and optimism as 2023 winds down. With a potential weakening US dollar on the horizon, many financial experts believe the stage is set for a promising 2024 for these currencies, especially in Asia.
As market unpredictability persists, asset owners like Japan’s GPIF and Norway’s sovereign fund are turning to active management to try to separate the wheat from the chaff.
India's inclusion in a widely tracked emerging market debt index suite will also bolster the local currency's value against the US dollar, said HDFC Pension Fund Management's Sriram Iyer.
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What's driving the performance of Asia’s commercial property sector and are there any opportunities on the horizon? Industry experts share their views.
A recent AsianInvestor Asset Owner Insights survey showed a majority of respondents most interested in increasing their allocations to the region’s equities, particularly in IT, healthcare and financial sectors.
Indonesia's emergence as a leading player in IPOs, driven by its abundant battery metal reserves and promising green energy sector, is also prompting speculation on its shifting investor perception and economic potential.
Two new frameworks are prompting South Korean insurance firms to rethink their investment priorities, industry experts tell AsianInvestor.
Amid a challenging global environment, India’s markets are a favoured investment destination for some of the world’s largest pension funds.
The Canadian pension fund believes that India’s long-term growth potential will continue to provide attractive investment opportunities for foreign investors.