With geopolitical uncertainty, the highest interest rates in years, sticky inflation, what is best-case scenario for investors? And what's the worst? Five industry professionals share their views.
Higher interest rates make cash more attractive for risk-averse asset owners, but fund managers argue other assets may merit consideration.
Strategic gains to be made from the current interest rate environment as well as duration matching benefits, investment heads say.
China Life Overseas and Manulife Asia will stick to pivoting portfolios towards fixed income assets into 2024 in preparation for a high-rate environment and evolving insurance rules.
As the Fed leaves room for one more hike later this year, AsianInvestor asks how this might influence investor sentiment about Asia's capital flows and economic prospects.
The old stimulus playbook, which involved cheap lending and a massive push to infrastructure to boost the economy, is no longer relevant, according to institutional investors. So what can China's government do this time around?
With a surprising pick as new governor, the Bank of Japan might be poised to change tack on its monetary policy. AsianInvestor asked asset managers what this appointment could mean for public markets.
Fixed income is widely expected to bounce back as an asset class in 2023, even though the pace and magnitude of Fed rate hikes are expected to slow. AsianInvestor asked asset managers where asset owners could find good investment opportunities.
With unstable markets and a relatively low yen, the Japanese corporate pension fund faces plenty of challenges — but a multi-pronged investment strategy for next year is taking form.
The corporate pension fund has seen a relatively good performance in 2022 so far. But the future holds a lot of challenges, its investment director tells AsianInvestor.
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.