Asia Ex-Japan

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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Meanwhile, the index provider has also cut Taiwan's weighting in the MSCI All-Country Asia ex-Japan Index from 12.93 percent to 12.56 percent, and in the MSCI All-Country World Index from 1.35 percent to 1.34 percent, according to the data.
They are to be rolled into the Parvest Equity Best Selection Asia ex-Japan fund, which covers the broader Asia region and is managed by Arthur Kwong and Anthony Siu Chuek Ho.
She served in several leadership positions during her time there, including head of client services for securities lending for Asia ex-Japan. Northern Trust has an established network of 11 offices across APAC - in Beijing, Bengaluru, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Melbourne, Pune, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo.
Thus, Indonesia bonds offer attractive real yields to investors,' said Endre Pedersen, chief investment officer for Asia ex-Japan fixed income at Manulife Asset Management.
One, the MSCI Asia ex-Japan index has derated and now trades at 1.5 times book value.
Between 2003 to 2015, the size of local currency-denominated bonds in Asia ex-Japan has grown from $125 billion to $1 trillion.
Yang, chairman of Carlyle Asia ex-Japan and co-head of Asia buyout.
Asia ex-Japan and Emerging Markets ex-Asia have historically been significant beneficiaries of US dollar weakness.
Respondents from the buy side work at firms that collectively manage an estimated $963 billion in Asia ex-Japan equities.
The 2016 All-Asia Research Team, an annual ranking of the region's most highly regarded sell-side analysts, reflects the opinions of 3,760 buy-side investment professionals at 1,100 institutions that collectively oversee an estimated $1.68 trillion in Asia ex-Japan equities.
The fund, managed by Nikko Asset Management's experienced Asia ex-Japan equities team headed by Peter Sartori and Eng Teck Tan, will aim for long-term capital growth by investing in a portfolio of 40-60 mid- to large-cap stocks issued by companies in the Asia ex-Japan region.
The study, by Boston-based Cerulli Associates, revealed that in Asia ex-Japan, alternative mutual fund assets under management were US $21 billion at the end of September last year, about 6.1 percent higher than the end of 2012.
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