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|... local currency. "That has been Brazil's experience this time as well, as the real slumped as much as 30% against the US dollar." He also argued India had underperformed in its response to the spreading virus. "A key measure for EM progress will be which ...|
|... told Financial Standard. "In the last 10 years, the story has been the depreciation of the Australian dollar to the US dollar...and it has been a one way journey for a very long time so people liked to invest unhedged," he said. "It's very hard to read ...|
|... assets in Australian dollar, adding exposure to currency fluctuation helps to diversify an Australian portfolio. "The US dollar has traditionally been viewed as a safe-haven asset, with most global central banks keeping it as a reserve currency and many ...|
|... market stability -- have reduced safe-haven buying in the yen. The Japanese currency has depreciated by 5.2% versus the US dollar to ¥107.65 from this year's high of ¥102.01 (the US dollar buys more yen). Still, Abe isn't taking any chances ...|
|Currency-hedged funds took four of the top 10 spots in ETF inflow league tables for April, in what may suggest local investors' conviction to a change in US dollar's strength. April saw net inflows of about $1 billion into ASX-listed ETFs, taking ...|
|... than their developed country counterparts. Then again, emerging market currencies remain under pressure against the US dollar and this will persist for as long as financial markets remain volatile. The depreciation in emerging market currencies would ...|
|The COVID-19 pandemic could lead emerging markets to lose the last decade in progress, as the world sinks deeper into a global recession far worse than the Global Financial Crisis. That's according to State Street Global Advisors head of global ...|
|... more than half to -16.1% from -33.7%. Similarly, South Korea has more than recouped its 5.2% depreciation versus the US dollar, rebounding by 5.4% from the March 19 low. These, perhaps factored into Bank of Korea's (BOK) decision to keep monetary ...|
|... unhedged products towards currency hedged products," Dyall said. "Over March the Australian dollar fell 5% against the US dollar over the month and has fallen 13% since the start of the year." The iShares Core S&P 500 ETF had the largest net outflows ...|
|... said. "This selling-off had a material impact on REITs. Australia was impacted hardest in the region, down almost 50% in US dollar terms year to date, while Hong Kong has held up the best down 23%." The significant downturn in Australia was owed to the ...|
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Life insurers will take on more risks and shun safe-haven assets in a bid to bump up returns in 2022.
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AMP has appointed a new head of portfolio management for its troubled multi-asset group (MAG), hiring from Pendal.
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A new study shows close to 80% of institutional investors and wealth managers are now looking favourably upon cryptocurrencies, citing strong capital growth and diversification benefits.
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American Century has launched a global small-cap fund targeting Australian wholesale investors.
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