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In the pandemic's aftermath, many countries will have to contend with high public and private debt burdens-possibly too large for some to manage. Many-especially emerging and developing economies-are resorting more to unconventional monetary policies to ease the pressure on banks and borrowers.
AIA has exposure to only four Asian markets: China, South Korea, Taiwan, and Singapore. Its investment in Singapore is minuscule since four SGX-quoted stocks account for 3.4% of the portfolio.Chinese equities dominate the portfolio with a 37.2% weight, followed by the South Korean stocks that account for 25.4% of the AUM.
The best impact investing ETFs for Q2 2021 are FAN, AIA, and GRID.
AIA is expensive, not well diversified, and top heavy. AIA's dominant regions are likely to enjoy favorable prospects going forward.
As Asia recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic, Asian ETFs are interesting, especially ETFs that give exposure to high-growth stocks.
Compelling value, policy easing and some country-specific tailwinds make these Two Asian ETFs good buys for 2020.
We discuss some ETFs as Sino-US trade tensions subside.
We study some ETFs, which might benefit from Trump's latest move to delay tariffs on an array of Chinese imports.
We discuss certain Asian ETFs on the recent decline in Asian markets due to rising fears of global economic recession triggered by the escalating Sino-US trade war.