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‘Underground money’ slipping through China’s capital outflow controls
Quarterly figures show marked decline in overall outflows, but flows through underground channels remain a problem
EM structural reform not just 'mere speculation': Hasenstab
EMs have found their footing twenty years after the Asian Financial Crisis, according to the expert.
Asian bond sell-off likely to be short-lived: analysts
Bullish noises from the ECB drove investors out of Asian sovereign debt.
Carmignac manager raises cash to 30%, slashes duration
Charles Zerah believes there are only limited opportunities in the current market.
Jupiter manager reveals asset class driving portfolio growth
Ariel Bezalel tells Citywire Asia where he finds value from investing in credit.
Indonesia's sovereign credit upgrade: what it means for asset managers
Indonesia's short-term sovereign credit rating has gained an upgrade to "A-3" from "B" from S&P
Unconstrained bond chief: ECB is delaying ‘world’s biggest default'
VIDEO: Questions over the end of QE need solid answers.
M&G expert: 'Capital flight policy is the least negative option'
The tightening of Chinese capital controls has been driven by larger outflows from residents, both corporate and private.
Old Mutual GI bond chief exits
Fund manager departs after job deemed ‘no longer required’.
Mobius drops host of fund roles as ‘next gen’ of PMs steps up
EM veteran to retain control of one regional fund as US asset management giant announces host of changes on cross-border range.