The best environment would be moderate U.S. growth, a sideways U.S. market and a weaker U.S. dollar.
In Southeast Asia, a collective market of over 650 million urbanizing and upwardly mobile people have seen many companies poised to prosper in the burgeoning e-commerce sector and many have set their sights to scale in Indonesia.
Market updates from across the region.
With Jokowi appearing set to retain power, equity flows should improve and indications are positive for economic reforms as political uncertainty is dispelled.
What investors should expect from upcoming elections in Thailand, Indonesia, India and the Philippines.
In Southeast Asia, which countries have been the fastest to benefit from a shift in supply change and manufacturing, as costs in China have risen? Our regional expert takes a look.
India's growth rate accelerated to 8.2% in the second quarter of 2018 as the shocks from demonetization and the imposition of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) wore off, supported by inventory restocking and a low base of comparison. The principal drivers of growth were government and private spending.
Turkey's crisis may offer investors the opportunity to build positions in ASEAN countries and India.