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.
China is in no mood to bow to the US on contentious issues, but investors with a long-term objective should not be too concerned, say market observers.
AsianInvestor looks back on our Year of the Rat predictions, to find out how prescient we were. We begin with Donald Trump's re-election and private equity valuations.
Investment experts discuss the US government's removal of certain Chinese firms from global benchmarks and don't expect the move to be reversed under Joe Biden any time soon.
Asian emerging markets are experiencing volatility even before the US presidential election in November. Five experts discussed how a Trump or Biden win could affect EM equities.
The surprise election of Donald Trump caused a wave of widening, tightening and widening of 10-year Treasuries. Will his re-election be a boon for bonds? Four experts offer their views.
Should Joe Biden defeat Donald Trump in November to become the next US president, what will be the impact on US and Asian stocks? Six investment experts share their insights.
Washington's growing opposition to US investment into Chinese assets is affecting asset owners and has wider implications too, note market experts.
The Chinese currency's breaching of a key level against the dollar has sparked market turmoil and will be posing some tough questions for asset owners.
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.
Some China bullishness is beginning to re-emerge from the shadows as hopes for a trade breakthrough build. But buyers beware.