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Mark Haefele, UBS Wealth Management
From Regions / Asia / Japan June 16, 2016

The consequences of ultra-loose central bank monetary policy

Have markets lost faith in central banks? Have their policies failed? What happens next? Mark Haefele, global chief Investment officer at UBS Wealth Management, Didier Saint-Georges, MD and member of the Investment Committee at Carmignac and Paul Lambert, head of currency, Insight Investment give their views on how investors should be reacting

Alan Mudie, Société Générale Private Banking
From Regions / Asia / Japan December 3, 2014

Value to be found as Japan faces up to its demons

The jury may be out on Abenomics as the Japanese economy continues to struggle but equities are cheap and many predict new developments will give the stockmarket a boost

Peter Jenkins, Nomura Asset Management UK
From Regions / Asia / Japan January 28, 2014

Will Abenomics finally bring an end to Japan’s lost decades?

Nomura’s Peter Jenkins and Mads Pedersen of UBS Wealth Management debate whether Abenomics will prove to be a lasting cure for Japan’s ills 

From Regions / Asia / Japan October 22, 2013

Japanese company models more important than Abe’s success

Abenomics may be looking to modernise Japanese society and economy, but a number of its more innovative companies have been implementing changes for some time

From Regions / Asia / Japan September 25, 2013

Henderson still bullish on Japanese equity

With the performance of stockmarkets around the world varying hugely so far this year, asset allocation calls are crucial

Daniel Murray, EFG Asset Management
From Regions / Asia / Japan July 2, 2013

Is Abenomics the right medicine for Japan’s ills?

Recent falls in Japanese equities have shaken some private bankers’ faith in the ability of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to fix the structural problems that plague his country

From Regions / Asia / Japan May 30, 2013

Stability amid Asian uncertainty

While worries over the global economy persist, meaning allocations to cash and fixed income continue, wealthy Asian investors are looking for yield in some selective local and international markets

Christian Gattiker, Julius Baer
From Regions / Asia / Japan April 8, 2013

Private banks put brakes on inflation

With central banks prioritising growth over curbing inflation, investors are searching for safe havens in which to hide their assets from the threat of rising prices

From Regions / Asia / Japan September 26, 2012

Investors wise to be wary of false dawn in Japan

Investors should take predictions of a Japanese recovery with a pinch of salt, but skilled stockpickers can undoubtly find value among the country’s companies

From Regions / Asia / Japan May 4, 2011

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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