In the "battle of the bays" featuring locations such as Tokyo, New York and San Francisco, our money is on China's Greater Bay Area becoming the pre-eminent economic region in the world.
The GDP impact of escalating trade tensions will be more severe on China but US consumers will pay as companies pass on higher costs.
Craig Botham explains why China’s demographic decline may be less of an issue than the medicine required to offset its impact and support strong economic growth
Schroders analysis found that allocating to Asian corporate bonds, with their attractive yields and relatively low levels of risk, backed by solid country and company fundamentals, can improve portfolio efficiency.
Market turbulence has produced attractive income opportunities in Asian corporate bonds against a still positive economic backdrop in the region.
We are taking a defensive stance, staying underweight to the technology sector, while emphasising domestically-focused areas of the market and those with long-term growth trends.
A tumultuous 2018 has left Asian equities significantly cheaper and presenting selective opportunities, but investors need to tread carefully. Four of our Asian equity managers explain why.