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Getting the tactics right

Recent unanticipated events have added weight to the argument in favour of short-term tactical investing, though many still prefer to take a long-term approach, writes Roxane McMeeken

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Preservation central to DBS philosophy

DBS’ wealth management chief Su Shan Tan explains how experiencing the Asian crisis in the late 1990s forged her own investment and leadership styles

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Japan’s economy facing aftershocks

Two Tokyo-based financiers give their views on what the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan will mean for the economic outlook

Iris Chen, China AMC
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Asian players with a Western appetite

Western private banks may be looking East, but Asian managers are also looking to raise their profiles and gather assets from the US and Europe, writes Yuri Bender

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Finding a strategy to access Asian explosion

An army of stockpickers is descending on Asia’s financial centres looking to profit from the region’s rapid growth. But what are the countries to look at, and which sectors deserve the most attention? Yuri Bender reports

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Avoiding the regional pitfalls

As Chinese manufacturing becomes gradually priced out by Vietnam, Indonesia and Bangladesh, Siew Hua Thio from Tantallon Capital expects increasing numbers of factories to move their production out of China.

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Malaysian firms attractive bet for foreign investors

Andreas König, Pioneer Investments
From Regions / Asia / China

Putting the currency wars in perspective

The strength of currencies has become a source of tension between some of the world’s biggest economies, especially the US and China, writes Elliot Smither. But how worried should private investors be?

Aniruddha Joshi, Hirco
From Regions / Asia / India

Real potential in Indian construction

With huge demand for new housing in India there are plenty of opportunities for those looking to invest in real estate, writes Yuri Bender.

Patel Pinakin, JPMorgan

Thai value amongst political turbulence

Despite the political turmoil, Thailand remains attractive in terms of investment potential, although foreign investors may prefer other countries in the region that appear to be more stable, writes Elliot Smither.

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