Asia Ex-Japan

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Asia Ex-Japan

All the countries in East Asia except for Japan. Asia Ex-Japan contains a number of high-growth, developing economies. Some indices and mutual funds track Asia Ex-Japan in order to observe or take advantage of the high return possible from investing in these countries. Japan is excluded because it is considered a developed country; investing in Japan carries lower risk and a lower return.
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a There is no since inception figure for the MSCI All Country Asia ex Japan Index because the inception date of the index is January 1, 2001.
Together with our existing line-up, Developed Europe (3101), Japan (3126), and Asia ex Japan (2805), with just four ETFs investors can access close to 80% of the world's total equity market capitalisation representing around 2,200 stocks across 30 countries for a weighted-average TER of 0.
return on the MSCI All Country Asia ex Japan Index plus a hurdle of 1.
The HSBC Asia ex Japan Smaller Companies Equity Fund is open to both US individual and institutional investors and is available in three share classes: Share Class A (HAJAX), Share Class I (HAJIX) and Share Class S (HAJSX).
The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) said that it has appointed Suresh Sadasivan as Head of Asia Ex Japan, Internal Equities Department, effective immediately.
and European markets, albeit not Asia ex Japan, and will continue to slow the recovery of the global office market.
She would report to Natasha Brook-Walters, managing director and global head of institutional FX sales, and Tony Tse, director and head of sales, Asia ex Japan.
The MSCI Asia APEX Indices are designed to be tradable proxies for the various size segments of the MSCI AC Asia ex Japan Index, a benchmark widely followed by investors investing in Asia.
Rowe Price New Asia (PRASX) $2,500 800-638-5660 PACIFIC ASIA EX JAPAN FUNDS, SINGLE SHARE CLASS, RETAIL ONLY, BY 3-YR RETURNS THROUGH 09/30/2003.
With projected earnings growth rates for Asia ex Japan having been revised down from 12.
He spent 15 years with Goldman Sachs with the latest position as co-head of Asia Ex Japan investment banking.
In 2013, Vanguard introduced its first ETF in the market: Vanguard FTSE Asia ex Japan Index ETF (2805).
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