Asia Is Looking Mighty Cheap These Days (EWJ)

From BlackRock: As Russ Koesterich notes, in a world with few bargains, one stands out: Asia.
NYSE:EWJ August 16, 2018 6:04am

Japan’s GDP Is In The Sweet Spot (DXJ)

From WisdomTree: Japan's GDP report was a nice, positive surprise. Real GDP accelerated 1.9% in the April-June quarter, which was about half a percent better than consensus expectations.
NYSE:DXJ August 15, 2018 6:15am

Don’t Ignore Turkey’s Total Economic Collapse (TUR)

From Tyler Durden: Given the goldfish-like memories of financial market participants - and outlier-stripping nature of the algos that really trade - today's abrupt collapse will likely be a small slap in the back of the head for many traders, but as former fund manager and FX trader Richard Breslow notes, "today's Turkey meltdown holds lessons to be forgotten."
NYSE:TUR August 13, 2018 6:17am

An Evolving Strategy For Investing In Japan (DXJ)

From WisdomTree: Since WisdomTree's inception in 2006, Japan has been one of our areas of focus. Two of our original 20 fund launches were Japan exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and we were the first company to offer currency hedging in Japan in an ETF wrapper.

Time To Get Bullish On India Again? (INDA)

From Zacks: After a solid rally last year, India ETFs have slowed down this year. The pain was rather brutal in the small-cap space, thanks to overvaluation concerns.
BATS:INDA August 12, 2018 6:19am

China’s Stock Market Looks Primed To Rally Again (FXI)

From Dana Lyons: China's battered Shanghai Composite may find support at nearby prices.
NYSE:FXI August 10, 2018 6:23am

China’s Tax Cuts Overshadow Trade Wars (CXSE)

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From WisdomTree: The market's obsession with trade wars may finally be exhausted and priced in.

Bank Of Japan Officially Decouples From The Fed (DXJ)

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From WisdomTree: The Bank of Japan (BOJ) de-facto eased policy at this week's board meeting. They introduced "forward guidance" on top of their long-standing policy of QQE--quantitative and qualitative easing.
NYSE:DXJ August 8, 2018 6:37am

China Backs Off Currency Moves, Re-Introduces Reserve Requirements

From Tyler Durden: The People's Bank of China announced Friday a re-introduction of reserve requirements on FX forwards trading which it had eliminated last September just after the Yuan soared against the dollar - a move aimed at taking pressure off the renminbi as the USDCNY rapidly closed in on 7.00.
NASDAQ:MCHI August 6, 2018 6:43am

Valuations Remain A Hurdle In Japan

From Invesco: Japan has been a market where investors have been buying growth at all costs, and the opportunity set remains limited from a valuation perspective, in our view.

How To Play India’s Big Growth Potential (EPI)

From WisdomTree: Financial markets have been jittery for some time now because of concerns that trade tensions could lead to a full-fledged trade war.
NYSE:EPI August 3, 2018 9:34am

Inside China’s New Currency War

From Adem Tumerkan: As the trade war steadily evolves into a currency war - I want to make sure readers know what all this means. And why China will continue devaluing their currency - whether they admit it or not.
NYSE:FXI July 29, 2018 7:30am

China’s Weakness Opens Up Other Opportunities In Asia

From Invesco: "When China sneezes, the rest of Asia catches a cold." That's an old saying, but it's taken on new relevance as Asia's symptoms have recently worsened.
NASDAQ:MCHI July 27, 2018 6:18am

More China Stimulus Is Coming (FXI)

From Tyler Durden: Another day, another stimulus announcement by China. One day after Beijing threw in the towel, and in addition to monetary easing announced it would be far more "proactive" in fiscally stimulating the country, Chinese banks received notice from regulators on Wednesday that a core capital requirement will be eased in order to support lending.
NYSE:FXI July 26, 2018 6:29am

Brazil’s Investing Risks On The Rise

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From Invesco: Brazil has historically been a market of "feast or famine" for investors. This was illustrated once again over the past several weeks as the economic environment changed fairly dramatically in a relatively short period of time. As of mid-July, economists are expecting 2018 gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 1.8%, whereas as recently as May, they were expecting 2.5% growth for the year.1

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