Group hires former Threadneedle manager John Peta as head of its emerging market debt team.
While the developed economies face low growth figures and deflation risks, emerging markets remain popular among investors
Managers to do ‘their homework’ on Brazil in view of recent protests and corruption scandal.
Managers warn of inflated prices as investors buy up stocks after election.
Managers warn looming US interest rate rise could spur a sell-off similar to 2013’s ‘taper tantrum’.
First State Stewart to be split into Stewart Investors, based in Edinburgh and running the major Asian and GEM funds, and FSS Asia, based in Hong...
Analysis & Opinion
There are more bond proxies out there than investors may realise and some may not be immediately obvious.
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Mar 16, 2015
The fund will be launched initially for a small group of seed investors, with the firm not planning to market it until “at least 2016”.
Mar 12, 2015
Fund will invest in domestic China A share market, but is only available for a $1m minimum investment in Europe.
Mar 11, 2015
China reveals a spate of worse-than-expected figures from the retail, industrial and property sectors.
Mar 11, 2015
The average nominal yield on five-year emerging market bonds is 6.1 per cent compared with 0.8 per cent for developed market debt.
Mar 04, 2015
As India cuts its interest rate for the second time already in 2015, experts predict further cuts to come across Asian economies.
Mar 02, 2015
Plans to cut corporate taxes and raise infrastructure spending causes India’s stock market to rise.