Tom Bailey considers how the outbreak has affected China-focused equity funds, areas that may benefit, and panic-selling.
We look at the world’s younger markets, and the realistic investment timeframes.
Performance at the trust has underwhelmed. Tom Bailey explains how the two new managers plan to revamp the portfolio.
With much of China’s economy in shutdown, companies across Asia have had to suspend operations.
Despite attempts by the Chinese authorities to prop up prices, the market saw its worst day since August 2015, closing almost 8% down.
John Redwood comments on the outbreak of the virus in China and its effect on global markets.
There have been improvements in corporate governance in a number of emerging markets, but it remains a work in progress.
Adrian Lowcock, head of personal investing at Willis Owen, analyses the outlook for investing in China in 2020 and gives five ideas for investors to take advantage of the world’s second largest economy.
Research Affiliates argues that there is little room for US equity prices to rise from where they currently are.