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Money managers react to US midterm election
Tuesday’s US midterm elections shifted US Congress to split control. Money managers discuss how this changes the outlook for the US economy
Indian equities offer attractive valuations amid sell-off
Valuations of Indian equities are coming down to levels that investors can live with over the next three to five years
Investec hires ex-Pictet global EM chief
Nidhi Mahurkar joins the group as an investment director.
Long trade war better for Chinese small caps, says AAA-rated PM
Matthews Asia's Tiffany Hsiao argues that a drawn out dispute will bolster China's reliance on domestic players.
When do you drop an underperforming PM? 10 selectors’ views
Is performance the only reason to part ways? We asked a panel of fund buyers when it makes sense to cut a fund manager loose.
JP Morgan merges away four funds in rationalisation push
The asset manager is merging away its emerging markets, China and Singapore funds owing to limited growth
AAA-rated China PM: what drove my Q3 downturn
Tiffany Hsiao explains why government policy, not the trade war, is to blame for recent struggles.
Fourteen fund managers who retired this year…and one who refused
This year has seen an exceptionally high number of senior investors leave the market.
Why it’s time to tap into Asian small caps
The MSCI Asia Pacific ex-Japan Small Cap Index has gone up nearly three times from October 2008 through mid-September this year
JPM Greater China fund manager to exit after 12 years
Citywire + rated Emerson Yip set to leave the asset management group.