Robert Harvey, portfolio manager at Matthews Asia analyses the impact of Thailand's military coup for investors.
The outcome of the Indian elections have been lauded in some quarters, but Sunil Asnani, portfolio manager at Matthews Asia says investors need a reality check of the situation.
Andy Rothman has been appointed investment strategist at Matthews Asia, bringing with him some two decades of experience living and working in China.
Matthews Asia says in its latest White Paper that it sees lingering misconceptions around Chinese growth, debt levels and ongoing economic reforms.
Robert Horrocks, CIO of Matthews Asia, says the outcome of the Third Plenum suggests China's government is serious about reform.
Matthews Asia manager Sharat Shroff says that misguided responses from Indian policymakers to the rupee depreciation does not mean investors should ignore the ongoing investment story developing in the country.
The services sector is set to grow in China through its current five year plan, as part of a rebalancing of the economy, notes Matthews Asia analyst Sherry Zhang.
Jesper Madsen, portfolio manager at Matthews Asia, says that there are still many questions facing investors in Japan amid the country's attempts to inject more growth and dynamism into the economy.
As domestic demand and consumption grows across Asia so too is the universe of suitable smaller company investments, says Matthews Asia portfolio manager Lydia So.
Robert Horrocks, CIO at US-based fund provider Matthews Asia, has said that China may not feel obliged to step into any rescue efforts targeting Italy.
The number of funds launching has climbed in recent weeks, including those in the areas of systematic investing, small cap, US equity, and China.
Robert Horrocks, chief investment officer at Matthews International Capital Management, says the latest change in China's political leadership does not necessarily signal fundamental shifts in policy.