We are pleased to introduce The Investment Intelligence Podcast, where experts discuss all things investing, from recent market developments, to strategy, sustainable investing, asset allocation, risk management and more.
To understand current developments in China, it’s important to see how the country is now emphasising not just economic power, but the “soft” power of persuasion and influence. The key for investors is to learn how and where these strategic priorities will translate into opportunities.
Although recent news out of China has understandably unsettled the markets, we don’t think it changes the long-term investment case. Volatility goes hand in hand with China’s higher long-term return potential. Understanding the dynamics at play can help make these changes easier to take in stride.
China’s bond markets have historically been underutilised by many foreign investors, but things are changing. Steady reforms, an increasingly internationalised currency and attractive yields are resulting in increased inflows. Read these nine tips to understand the essentials of investing in China’s fixed-income marketplace.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic and ensuing global slowdown, 2020 was a watershed year for China in many ways. William Russell, Global Head of Product Specialists Equity, explains how China is delivering on its long-term strategy and what opportunities this can provide for investors.
This lunar new year, China has much to celebrate – including resilient economic growth, widespread success at suppressing Covid-19 and a steady transformation into an advanced economy. That’s why the ox is a suitable symbol for a country that continues to do the hard work needed to maintain its trajectory.
Despite the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, and continuing tensions with the US, China remains on course to become the world’s largest economy by 2030. This could represent the coming decade’s most transformative development in global financial markets – and a major opportunity for investors.