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WHEN the going gets rough, the one per cent start selling.

CHINA's stock market was the world's second-worst over the past year. Analysts covering it didn't do much better...

ON THE RADAR

SELLING by global mutual funds continued to far outweigh buys on the Singapore stock exchange.

SITTING in the conference room of his empty office suite, with its floor-to-ceiling wall of windows, William H Gross cannot help noticing the sleek office tower that the bond giant Pimco moved into...

ACTIVIST investing isn't a thing in China. It's culturally frowned upon to be that confrontational. Liang Jian, a journalist-turned-hedge-fund manager, is on a mission to change that...

JAPANESE families seem to have a sudden affinity for home safes. According to the Tokyo-based manufacturer Eiko, shipments have doubled since last fall. And in Germany, insurer Munich Re has stashed...

WITH the 20 per cent gain in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index since its low on Jan 21, 2016, investors may worry that the opportunity to invest in emerging market equities at the point where...

GLOBAL central bank policy remains "extremely accommodative'' which is typically positive for stocks, says Thomas Nelson, Franklin Templeton Investments director of investment...

SINCE the 2008 financial crisis, the sustained headwinds of debt, de-population and de-globalisation have hampered global economic growth - and have had an outsized impact on emerging markets (EM).

AT first glance, high-yield bond funds had a strong start to 2016 with a first-quarter gain of 2 per cent. But if you were paying closer attention, the ride was anything but smooth.