With your comments yesterday on the video commentary about investing in China, I would appreciate some assistance. Bearing in mind your comments, and David's mantra that "Governance is everything", I do have some concerns about my investments in China. They are all through ITs (such as Aberdeen Asian Income and Schroder Oriental Income) but all have high exposure to China + Hong Kong (16% and 30% for those 2 ITs). Do you know of any income funds that invest in Asia excluding China? Many thanks for your continuing excellent service.
Thank you for this question which gets to the root of many of the conflicting arguments around monetary policy, growth prospects and geopolitics. Interest rates have been risible in Europe, Japan and North America or more than a decade. That promoted growth opportunities over value and in the process compressed yields. Hong Kong and the wider Chinese market offer some of the most attractive income opportunities globally and are not easily replicable.Click HERE to subscribe to Fuller Treacy Money Back to top