1316 briefings from 392 companies
Journalist Alexis Xydias discusses the opportunities – and potential pitfalls – of investing in China with Artemis fund manager Peter Saacke
Company:Client Jargon Buster
Published:22 June 2015
Ross Teverson and Charles Sunnucks explore the adoption of a new five-year plan to boost China’s social and economic development and a pick-up in the pace of financial reform. Download this paper to find out more.
Published:19 March 2015
Brandywine offers its opinion about current pricing and risks in the global high yield markets. Download this article to find out more.
Published:13 March 2015
Robert Swift, Newscape’s Lead Portfolio Manager of its New Perspective EM Equity Income Fund discusses China’s outlook and why slowing GDP is not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, an improvement from a lower level of capital expenditure per unit of GDP growth could be a big benefit to investors.
Company:Newscape Capital Group Ltd
Published:06 March 2015
Nothing better illustrates investors’ bipolarity – between fear & greed – than the subject of China. Before the crashes of 1997 & 2007, greed dominated, but fear is now the overriding emotion. In this update, Gary Greenberg, Head of Hermes Emerging Markets, analyses whether the fears are unfounded.
Company:Hermes Investment Management
Published:17 October 2014
China’s dramatic rise has been one of the defining themes of the shifting global economic landscape in recent decades. Fidelity offers the views of several of its leading investment professionals on where China goes from here.
Published:07 October 2014
Emerging markets have been in the news for the wrong reasons of late. Performance has been weak relative to other markets. But could they now represent an opportunity? Peter Saacke, manager of the Artemis Global Growth Fund provides his views.
Company:Artemis Investment Management
Published:28 January 2014
Business Area:Emerging Markets
China’s Variable Interest Entities (VIEs) have long allowed foreign investors to be able to partake in the growth of some industries in China, such as education and the Internet, restricted to foreigners. VIEs have come under increasing scrutiny. But are they inherently more risky?
Published:12 September 2012
Recent data on the health of the global economy is painting a worrying picture for investors. The main concern is that the intractable eurozone crisis is dragging down the performance of not only the core European countries but also China, the bulwark of global demand. Moreover, growth numbers in
Company:F&C Asset managment
Published:31 August 2012
While the unfolding drama of the Eurozone debt crisis has dominated the headlines in recent weeks, the question of whether or not China’s economy will have a hard landing this year has become more urgent.
Company:F&C Asset managment
Published:20 June 2012