Uncertainty may be uppermost in investment managers’ minds, but higher interest rates present opportunities, speakers told AsianInvestor’s Insurance Investment Briefing Hong Kong.
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Thijs Knaap, chief economist for Dutch pension fund APG, discusses how pension funds can protect themselves from the effects of high inflation.
As the global economy decelerates after major shocks this year, investors must address both opportunities and threats in volatile and changing markets.
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Will the Federal Reserve’s move to raise interest rates and tighten policy aggressively hamper the economic recovery in Asia? What impact will it have on equity and fixed income asset classes?
US Federal Reserve rate hikes pose a bigger threat to emerging economies than inflation, and China can play a major role in the post-pandemic recovery, experts say.
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Despite strong GDP growth, Singapore’s equities lag developed market benchmarks, and valuations remain high, but experts expect more normalisation of the economy across Asean markets in 2022.
Inflation is here to stay, but how long is the question investors struggle to answer. In the meantime, super funds Cbus and UniSuper have adjusted their portfolio accordingly.