The recent outperformance in Indian stocks may eventually fade.
Here are the key areas where market participants are looking for action, along with potential impact.
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Not the right time to turn bullish on Asia, says Citigroup’s global strategy team.
Pro-democracy candidates won 85% of the 452 seats, official results showed, while the pro-government camp took about 13%.
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Hong Kong police fired teargas and deployed a water cannon to try to clear a resistant band of protesters.
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JPMorgan Asset Doesn't Think Outperformance of Asian Small Caps Will Last
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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam’s biggest concession yet to protesters did little to stem scenes of violence.
H.K. Activist Joshua Wong Arrested at Airport, Apple Daily Says
HKEX cites unspecified connectivity problems for suspension.
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Trade war? Yes. Global slowdown? Yes. Volatile market? Yes. But does that mean investors should cash out and run? No.
King Fuei Lee says there’s a risk of long-term deflation because monetary policy hasn’t stimulated investment and consumption.
The MSCI Asia Pacific Index slumped as much as 2.2%, set for the worst slump this year as trade tensions escalated.
Big Is Beautiful in Malaysian Stocks as Foreign Funds Return