Two years on from the first credit default in China, the country has seen 11 issuers defaulting this year. For […]
The digital transformation of the Chinese economy is not only about Alibaba; rather, it is more about the other new […]
China targets a minimum annual GDP growth rate of 6.53% in the next five years, and announces the abolition of the one-child policy to improve demographics.
As monetary policies and and margin trading concerns fade, investors should be reassured that China A-shares look to continue their steady surge forward.
After the MSCI’s Market Classification Review, China A-shares are expected to be included in its global indices once some key issues have been resolved.
On the last day of February, the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) announced a cut in benchmark lending rates by […]
An earlier than expected rate cut On 17 February Bank Indonesia lowered both its benchmark policy rate and the overnight […]
Monetary easing is on the way, which could boost bond market performance Ongoing reforms will bring the onshore bond market […]
On 9 February, data was published showing Indonesia’s GDP growth in 2014 was 5.0% year-on-year. Although this marks the slowest […]
• Mission 2015: maintaining stable economic growth is a major task for the Chinese government this year. • Proactive fiscal […]
The recent reform of fuel subsidies by the new government in Indonesia and a policy rate hike by Bank Indonesia should help boost GDP growth.
On 21 November 2014,The PBoC took markets by surprise by announcing a cut in the 1-year benchmark lending rate and the 1-year benchmark deposit rate, while raising the deposit rate ceiling