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Jassmyn Goh

Jassmyn reported from Sydney to New York to Jakarta before joining Expert Investor. She was most recently Features Editor at Money Management and Super Review in Sydney.

Asian Equities 21 Jun 18

Selectors cool on China despite buoyant returns

The risk of a trade war between China and the US has fuelled investor uncertainty. One fund selector has dropped their only China equity focused fund while another portfolio manager has reduced his China allocation.

Unpopular

Equities 15 Jun 18

Italy least popular European market

Italy has replaced the UK as the least popular market in Europe for fund managers, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML).

End

Latest news 14 Jun 18

ECB to finish QE at the end of 2018

The European Central Bank will end its quantitative easing (QE) programme at the end of December 2018 in line with most industry expectations.

Emerging Markets

Emerging Market Corporate Bonds 14 Jun 18

Developed market worries may be EM entry point: Ashmore

There is a clear opportunity to buy emerging market assets whenever risk averse events are triggered in the developed markets, and current worries over US trade policy and rate hikes could signal the latest entry point, says Ashmore’s Jan Dehn.

biotech

China 12 Jun 18

Long-term investment horizon key to reaping biotech returns

The biotech sector is going through a renaissance as innovation takes off according to one successful fund manager, but data shows that performance over the last three years has been far less than stellar.

Finance wave

Absolute Return 7 Jun 18

Selectors missed US equities opportunity amid volatility

European fund selectors have been overwhelmingly bullish on absolute return strategy funds as a response to market volatility – but they could have made more returns if they took the risky option of US equities.

Bad air quality in Asia

China 5 Jun 18

China A-shares inclusion set to light ESG fuse

The opening of the China A-shares market to foreign investors provides a window for China-focused funds to push ESG criteria into greater prominence in the world’s second largest economy.

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