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Investors worry about two emerging-market scenarios: a sharper slowdown in China and systemic risks that could trigger a financial crisis.
As regional economies slow, banks are sitting on loans that make investors nervous, says Anil Agarwal, Morgan Stanley’s chief Asia financial analyst.
Asia’s banking sector outlook looks dim, but pockets of strength can still be found, says Anil Agarwal, head of Asia financial research.
Jonathan Garner, Morgan Stanley’s chief Asia and emerging market equity strategist, discusses why the region’s markets may face more challenges.
What can China’s policy makers do to restore steady and sustainable economic growth? Chetan Ahya offers five key points.
One reason why the athleisure trend may have a long tail? Health, wellness, and sports participation are going global.
After months of decline, commodity prices could finally get a lift, as China tries to kick its economy into higher gear.
Shift in global demographics promises to reverse decades of falling wages and interest rates—and growing inequality.