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As the world’s second largest economy, China is an important market for global investors. Yet, at the same time, China is an emerging market and reflects an evolving market structure which can mean different things to different investors. In particular, the diversity of access points to the China equity market available to global investors underscores the complex nature of China’s equity market.
China is home to the second largest economy and the third largest bond market in the world—the latter being inaccessible to offshore investors until recently. In November 2015 the International Monetary Fund (IMF) approved the Renmibi (RMB) as a global reserve currency. Following shortly thereafter, the RMB bond market was opened to foreign investors. After being veiled in secrecy for so long, what tools are available to study this vast bond market?
FTSE Russell, the global index and data provider, today announces the results of the FTSE Annual Country Classification Review for 2016. FTSE Russell formally reviews country classifications within its FTSE Global Equity Index Series (FTSE GEIS) each September using a comprehensive, transparent and consistent methodology. This annual review incorporates ongoing country classification research and feedback from the independent FTSE Russell external advisory committees to designate markets as Developed, Advanced Emerging, Secondary Emerging or Frontier.
TMB Asset Management, one of Thailand’s largest fund houses, has chosen the FTSE Thailand Mid/Small Cap Minimum Variance Index for their first index fund Reinforces FTSE Russell’s innovative indexing expertise to support growing investor needs and risk diversification FTSE Russell, the global index and data provider, today announces that TMB Asset Management, one of Thailand’s l...