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Credit outlook: Common prosperity
Credit outlook: Common prosperity
Changing policy in China will have repercussions for the rest of the world – and for credit markets.
21-09-2021 | Insight
Guide to emerging markets investing
Guide to emerging markets investing
Emerging markets have undergone significant changes since the term was initially coined in the early 80s.
17-06-2021 | Insight
The Low Volatility effect in China
The Low Volatility effect in China
In our recent study, we uncover the presence of a strong Low Volatility effect in the Chinese A-share market.
19-05-2021 | Insight
China: charting the course to carbon neutrality
China: charting the course to carbon neutrality
China’s pledge to become carbon neutral by 2060 has left many observers both excited and perplexed.
20-04-2021 | Insight
Sustainability trends in Asia present investor opportunities
Sustainability trends in Asia present investor opportunities
There are numerous developments in the Asian region that bode well for sustainable investing, says Arnout van Rijn, Robeco’s CIO Asia Pacific.
16-04-2021 | Video
The future of food will be healthier and more sustainable
The future of food will be healthier and more sustainable
The increased focus on health and well-being is impacting all aspects of consumer spending.
14-04-2021 | Insight
Credit outlook: Running the economy hot
Credit outlook: Running the economy hot
While it’s possible that credits could keep rallying, the margin for error is extremely limited.
31-03-2021 | Quarterly outlook
Amazon smashes Italy on R&D
Amazon smashes Italy on R&D
US tech giant Amazon single-handedly spent more on research and development (R&D) than Italy in 2019, and even more so in 2020.
23-02-2021 | Stunning statistics
China outlook 2021: Starting off the year on the right foot
China outlook 2021: Starting off the year on the right foot
Despite the havoc caused by Covid-19, China started off 2021 on a much stronger footing than 2020.
27-01-2021 | Insight
Filtering out fraud risk in Chinese A-share markets
Filtering out fraud risk in Chinese A-share markets
Chinese equity markets have emerged as one of the big winners following the Covid-19 shock.
26-11-2020 | Yearly outlook
Sizing up Chinese equities – a market too big to ignore
Sizing up Chinese equities – a market too big to ignore
China’s rise to become the world’s second-largest economy has been matched by the growth of its mainland stock market.
31-08-2020 | Insight
Podcast: Why the Chinese equity market is now too big to ignore
Podcast: Why the Chinese equity market is now too big to ignore
Chinese A-shares are becoming more accessible for Western investors, thanks to inclusion in the MSCI index and greater transparency among the companies listed.
28-08-2020 | Podcast
Podcast: Our man in Hong Kong
Podcast: Our man in Hong Kong
Arnout van Rijn has been investing in Asia for 25 years; for more than half of this time, he has lived in Hong Kong.
08-07-2020 | Podcast
US-China conflict: the pressure intensifies on ADRs
US-China conflict: the pressure intensifies on ADRs
Over the past few weeks, the US has ratcheted up its rivalry with China, with various announcements that go beyond a focus on restricting trade of goods.
27-05-2020 | Insight
A-shares are probably the best place to be for active investors
A-shares are probably the best place to be for active investors
As China starts to recover from the coronavirus storm, domestic investors are already focused on economic green shoots.
06-04-2020 | Insight
The most important ESG issue in the coronavirus crisis is our response
The most important ESG issue in the coronavirus crisis is our response
As soon as the coronavirus crisis hit our society and financial markets, we received many questions on how this relates to sustainable investing and ESG.
31-03-2020 | Column
A shock of Titanic proportions
A shock of Titanic proportions
The world is facing an unprecedented public health crisis that is having a huge impact on both human society and the economy.
27-03-2020 | Insight
Investing in China is a question of stock picking rather than index picking
Investing in China is a question of stock picking rather than index picking
In just a decade, Chinese assets have gone from exotic category status to that of must for global investors.
08-01-2020 | Interview
Never a dull moment: 25 years of emerging market investing
Never a dull moment: 25 years of emerging market investing
Today, emerging markets represent a quarter of the global equity market.
26-11-2019 | Insight
Giving China its rightful share in your portfolio
Giving China its rightful share in your portfolio
Chinese stocks are a major new investment opportunity, yet they are under-represented in most portfolios, say Laurens Swinkels and Jaap Hoek.
23-10-2019 | 5-Year outlook
Next in fintech: ecosystem enablers
Next in fintech: ecosystem enablers
The boom in fintech and digital payments continues unabated.
22-10-2019 | Insight
‘Chinese stock market matures as institutional investors join the party’
‘Chinese stock market matures as institutional investors join the party’
Investor interest in China’s A-share market is growing.
27-08-2019 | 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
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
Size and Value in China
Size and Value in China
Factor investing in A-share markets?
06-12-2018 | From the field
Factor investing also works with Chinese A-shares
Factor investing also works with Chinese A-shares
Many characteristics set A-shares apart from other equities.
24-08-2017 | Interview
Chinese A-shares: does taking risk pay off?
Chinese A-shares: does taking risk pay off?
Is risk rewarded on the Chinese A-share market?
27-07-2017 | Research
Robeco launches Chinese A-share Equities strategy
Robeco launches Chinese A-share Equities strategy
China’s USD 7 trillion domestic market is the second largest in the world.
01-06-2017 | Insight
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
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