Western Asset identifies three markets with attractive bond investment opportunities in Asia.
After upgrading its global growth forecast for 2021 and predicting stable rates in the US and Eurozone for the next 18 months, DWS favours Asia emerging market equities and key sub-sectors.
This week FSA presents a quick comparison of two Asian high yield bond products: the Fidelity Asian High Yield Fund and the UBS Asian High Yield Fund.
On a risk-adjusted basis, Asian fixed income offer the best returns across the global credit spectrum, according to a Gam Investments fund manager.
Aberdeen Standard has partnered with CCB International AM to offer a fixed income product based on China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
A proprietary, risk-based ESG approach provides downside protection and generates superior performance, according to an Eastspring fixed income fund manager.
The Canadian asset manager is offering an ESG fund focused on Asian credit to Singapore retail investors.
Asia sub-investment grade bond yields trade at a premium to US and European high yield, despite better credit fundamentals and a more stable market structure, says UBS AM’s Apac fixed income head.
Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has authorised BEA Union Investment to launch an Apac fixed income product structured as an “open-ended fund company” (OFC).
HSBC Global Asset Management makes the case for Asian bonds as it launches three funds into China through the northbound MRF channel.