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2018 Investment Outlook: Can stability in the region extend Asia’s outperformance?

2017 has been a good year for Asian equities so far, rising 39% and outperforming the rest of the world.1 The strong performance has been supported by steady economic conditions and robust corporate earnings. Yet still, Asia is trading at its lowest price-book ratio relative to the S&P 500 Index in 15 years.2

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2018 Investment Outlook: China: 2018 growth may moderate, but reforms and innovation bode well for the longer term

Chinese equities caught investors by surprise in 2017 with a strong rally. Contrary to the pessimism over the past few years, investors have turned upbeat towards China, and for good reason: Economic data in general exceeded expectations, and we have seen broad-based earnings growth.

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What does MSCI’s China A-Shares decision mean for investors?


June 26, 2017
Subject | Institutional | Invesco | Macro views

After four years of discussions, on June 20, 2017, MSCI announced a ”yes” decision on including China A-shares in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index, which tracks $1.6 trillion1 worth of assets around the world, and related indexes.2 The decision is seminal because it provides previously unavailable A-share exposure in emerging markets (EMs) and global indexes.

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Outlook 2017: Growth, debt and liquidity in Chinese equities

Looking ahead to 2017, the Invesco Equity Investment Team in Asia believes the focus of attention for the Chinese economy and equity markets will be on growth, debt and liquidity. We expect China’s policymakers to focus their efforts on near-term growth stability, with reforms taking a secondary role for now.

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