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Investing in a 50:50 World
Investing in a 50:50 World
Welcome to a new world.
18-07-2019 | Column
Using engagement to unpick the Korean Discount
Using engagement to unpick the Korean Discount
Foreign investors can unlock value at Korean companies through engagement, says active ownership specialist Ronnie Lim.
20-06-2019 | Insight
Five reasons for strategic allocation to China A-shares
Five reasons for strategic allocation to China A-shares
As the A-share market opens up to investors and MSCI has taken an additional step to include A-shares, substantial capital flows are again expected to flow into China’s onshore market.
08-05-2019 | Insight
This time it’s different: best opportunities outside of the US
This time it’s different: best opportunities outside of the US
Since the beginning of the year, global equity markets have staged a swift comeback.
26-04-2019 | Column
China's new economy takes root
China's new economy takes root
The Chinese economy is currently experiencing a downturn and we believe it will hit rock bottom in the second quarter.
16-04-2019 | Insight
Investing in the SDGs to tackle snake bites
Investing in the SDGs to tackle snake bites
How many people do you think die from snake bites?
11-03-2019 | Stunning statistics
The drone that can plant millions of trees
The drone that can plant millions of trees
A drone that can carpet bomb 100,000 tree seeds a day may solve the issue of deforestation in remote areas.
03-01-2019 | Stunning statistics
HK and Chinese valuations now in line with rest of Asia
HK and Chinese valuations now in line with rest of Asia
06-11-2018 | Insight
China on-site: GDP growth worries and the opportunities in electric vehicles
China on-site: GDP growth worries and the opportunities in electric vehicles
Are the worries about China’s growth rate justified?
04-10-2018 | Insight
Beautiful China: the war on pollution
Beautiful China: the war on pollution
China’s unparalleled growth over the past decades has come at a price: pollution.
23-08-2018 | Insight
Fact or fiction: SI does not work in emerging markets
Fact or fiction: SI does not work in emerging markets
Sustainable investing is well established in the West, though some doubt whether it can work in emerging markets battling with bigger issues.
08-08-2018 | Insight
Ignore the short-term noise in emerging markets
Ignore the short-term noise in emerging markets
Robeco's Fabiana Fedeli commenting on the short-term noise in and long-term prospects for emerging markets.
05-06-2018 | Video
China on-site: renminbi worries and the rise of A-shares
China on-site: renminbi worries and the rise of A-shares
How worried should investors be about the renminbi?
30-04-2018 | Insight
Three reasons why South Korea is our gold medalist
Three reasons why South Korea is our gold medalist
South Korea has been one of our favorite emerging markets for years.
05-02-2018 | Insight
Some emerging markets are more equal than others
Some emerging markets are more equal than others
2017 was the year of the dramas that did not unfold.
01-02-2018 | Insight
Has stewardship improved things for Japanese equity investors?
Has stewardship improved things for Japanese equity investors?
Japanese equities have been shunned for their low returns on capital.
18-12-2017 | Insight
Robeco wins Asian Equities mandate
Robeco wins Asian Equities mandate
03-08-2017 | Press release
Fears of Trump's impact on China overstated
Fears of Trump's impact on China overstated
Will the competing agendas of Xi and Trump cause turmoil in emerging markets?
22-06-2017 | Emerging markets alert
Great Minds – Pippa Malmgren: ‘Geopolitical tensions are here to stay’
Great Minds – Pippa Malmgren: ‘Geopolitical tensions are here to stay’
Robeco interviewed Pippa Malmgren, former advisor of US presidents Ronald Reagan and George W.
19-01-2017 | Insight
Pippa Malmgren: ‘Investors will experience a steep learning curve’
Pippa Malmgren: ‘Investors will experience a steep learning curve’
Robeco interviewed Pippa Malmgren, former advisor of US presidents Ronald Reagan and George W.
19-01-2017 | Insight
India is playing catch up with China
India is playing catch up with China
The IMF’s April 2016 World Economic Outlook publication outlined how India will be the world’s fastest growing major economy through 2016-17 at 7.
08-06-2016 | Insight
Forget China - it’s the US that really moves markets
Forget China - it’s the US that really moves markets
Chinese growth fears and Middle East tensions caused equity markets to open the new year with significant falls – but it is the US that investors should focus on, says Robeco’s Lukas Daalder.
05-01-2016 | Insight
Not all emerging markets are created equal
Not all emerging markets are created equal
Emerging markets have been battered indiscriminately these past months.
22-10-2015 | Insight
The global ripple effects of China's yuan move
The global ripple effects of China's yuan move
Robeco's Arnout van Rijn discusses the global impact of China's yuan move with Bloomberg's Angie Lau on "First Up.
14-08-2015 | Video

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