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Asset tv  02 June 2014

Video: Andy Rothman, Perspectives on China

China Investment Strategist Andy Rothman debunks some of the key misconceptions  investors have about the world’s second-largest economy. China’s pace of growth remains high relative to other large economies, and it is occurring from a much larger base than before. As the drivers of structural growth shift from the public to the private sector, the growing pains are real but China  remains the world’s biggest consumption story.

Portfolio Advisor  11 March 2014

An Entrée to Asian Investing

Considering the significant achievements that Asia has marked over the past two decades, the level of skepticism around investing in Asia may be surprising. Portfolio Manager Sharat Shroff, CFA, reflects on such changes as well as the challenges and opportunities he has faced in scouring the region for investment prospects.

Matthews Asia Perspective  21 June 2013

End of Quantitative Easing Tapers Asian Returns?

Markets recently proved skittish following public comments by both U.S. Fed Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo  Abe. Believing that the authorities were planning to be less aggressive with monetary stimulus than expected, speculators caused an abrupt sell-off in Japanese equities and investor fears rose. But what do these market moves really mean for Asia and is there truly evidence of monetary tightening now? Chief Investment Officer Robert Horrocks, PhD, and Portfolio Manager Teresa Kong, CFA, explore.

Investment Week  03 June 2013

Finding India's Chosen Few

What holds true for the whole of India’s economy does not necessarily apply to its constituent businesses. In this Investment Week article, Portfolio Manager Sunil Asnani discusses the opportunities that India’s macro environment presents for some of the country’s most nimble firms.