The Japanese prime minister’s slumping approval rate and grim Q2 GDP data is likely to push the Bank of Japan to resume monetary easing before the end of this year, Pioneer Investments said in a research note.
Expectation is mounting that China is planning its own version of quantitative easing and investors weighing up how to play the world’s most populated country may struggle to assess the situation.
Slated to officially launch on Thursday, 7 May, the three funds made in Hong Kong are the Baring European Equity Income fund, the Baring Greater China Equity fund and the the Baring Global Multi Asset Income fund. The European income fund, based on an existing Baring fund sold in Japan, was launched locally because of the […]
Popular mis-characterisations of debt, deflation and QE result in a distorted picture of macroeconomic investment risks, said Kevin Gardiner, global investment strategist at Rothschild Wealth Management.
This week’s head-to-head pits two leading Japan funds against each other.
While ‘momentum investors’ are pushing into the market, others are more sceptical about the immediate impact of Abenomics.