Markets stutter as data show China purchasing managers’ index for manufacturing is still in contraction.
Japan’s long-run low inflation to continue through 2014, says economist Marcel Thieliant.
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Economy in China expands by 7.4 per cent, above expectations but slowest rate of expansion since 2012.
Sarah Whitley says market still strong in spite of a significant fall in the Japanes stockmarket this year.
Analysis & Opinion
The economic outlook for Japan is a decidedly mixed one as investors await the effects of prime minister Shinzo Abe’s new phase of structural...
More than a year after the advent of Abenomics, is the strategy paying off?
Unless Japan continues with its current reform agenda, its recent economic growth spurt is likely to start tailing off from 2016.
Too many false dawns means market sentiment remains jumpy.
Apr 16, 2014
Standard Life Investments has introduced a new share class for its Japanese Equity Growth fund that hedges out the movement of the yen.
Apr 09, 2014
Japanese managers say expected tax rise is priced in and that economy is buoyant.
Equities| Apr 08, 2014
Dalton fund manager says influence of overseas investors in Japanese market is biggest change he has seen in his career.
Emerging Markets| Apr 08, 2014
Threadneedle’s Mark Burgess claims there is a “burgeoning Chinese credit bubble” as the firm sells out of Asian equities.
Apr 08, 2014
Japanese markets fall as the country’s central bank chooses a wait-and-see approach on effects of recent consumption tax rise.
Apr 02, 2014
Standard Life Investments Japanese Equity Growth fund given new share class that hedges out the currency movements in the yen.
Investment Trusts| Apr 01, 2014
Investment trusts managed by Schroders and Montanaro Asset Management join the trend of trust fee cuts.