Economy has grown at its slowest pace since the financial crisis in 2009.
Developing economies of East Asia will grow by 6.7 per cent in 2015 and 2016.
The fund is open to both Chinese nationals and foreign investors.
Benchmark index has edged past 20,000 barrier for the first time in 15 years.
“The UK election matters but not as much as you think,” says Flanders.
Chief executive reveals ambitious growth plans for the next five years.
New York has been in the top spot for two years
Aberdeen AM launches new China A share fund and makes a £60m residential purchase.
Company has made profit for the fifth year in a row despite £1.7bn net outflows.
Japan’s Nikkei moves to new high as China remains static
Interest rates lowered for the second time this year.
Fears are rising that pain lies ahead as a result of troubles engulfing the mining sector
Neptune India fund manager Kunal Desai is hoping for pro-growth and investment policies.
Year-to-date the market is up by 9 per cent
Morningstar has downgraded Hugh Young’s Aberdeen Asia Pacific Equity and Devan Kaloo’s Emerging Markets Equity strategies to silver because of their formidable size.
Fidelity China Special Situations manager Dale Nicholls has been buying “the most hated asset class in the world”: Middle Kingdom property companies.
February’s flash HSBC/Markit manufacturing PMI increases to 50.1, taking the sector to a four-month high.
Japan Nikkei 225 index however falls flat after Thursday’s gains.
GAM Asset Management has launched an India fund run by Mumbai-based investment adviser New Horizon.
Allan Liu is retiring from Fidelity after 28 years’ service in the east and will soon hand over his €2.75bn East Asia Sicav to Dhananjay Phadnis.
Described as a game changer for global markets, the dramatic fall in the price of oil is creating a distinct group of winners and losers.
Latest PMI reading however illustrates minor improvement across the industry.
Hang Seng and Nikkei 225 enjoy gains
Global growth revised down by 0.3 percentage points, but the US is still the “teacher’s pet”.
OMGI brings Greater China Equity fund inhouse and hands management to new recruit Diamond Lee.
Uncertainty regarding the timing of interest rate hikes by the US Federal Reserve has convinced F&C’s Paul Niven to move his global high yield position from overweight to neutral.
In a year when attention shifted back towards emerging markets it was India that led the way.
Markets expecting strong US employment numbers update on Friday
Slater joins James Anderson as co-manager.
Japan’s ‘third arrow’ has been put to the bow, with a business tax cut planned to shave 2.51 percentage points off the rate from next year.
JPMorgan Asian investment trust has scrapped its performance fee and has put the management team on final notice after a year of abject returns.
Abenomics crashes on sending the Topix higher and higher to investors’ glee, but an implicit bet on the creditworthiness of Japan accompanies the trade.
Indian funds dominate the list of the top performers of 2014, with nine out of the top 10 all invested in the subcontinent, according to FE.
Revision is not expected to have a material impact on growth this year.
Asian markets rally overnight following the Fed’s latest update
JP Morgan Asset Management has bought the Asia Pacific property business from Aviva Investors.
Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party has retained its House of Representatives majority following the recent snap election.
RWC is to launch a Ucits version of an institutional Japanese fund it has run in association with Japan-based Nissay Asset Management since 2005.
Improved macro data coming out of Europe has lead F&C’s head of multi asset Paul Niven to adopt an overweight stance in the region on short-term view.
GDP declined at an even faster pace than expected falling by 0.5 per cent in Q3.