The first trading day in the Year of the Pig of the Chinese lunar calendar, at a brokerage in Hangzhou in eastern China’s Zhejiang province. Contrary to worldwide conventions, China denotes gains and advances in red, using green to illustrate losses and declines. Photo: REUTERS

The conservatism of Asia’s mutual funds put them in the wrong place to catch 2019’s stock market rally, Goldman Sachs says

  • Asian mutual funds have lagged behind their benchmark due to conservative positioning, Goldman says in a February 18 report
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The first trading day in the Year of the Pig of the Chinese lunar calendar, at a brokerage in Hangzhou in eastern China’s Zhejiang province. Contrary to worldwide conventions, China denotes gains and advances in red, using green to illustrate losses and declines. Photo: REUTERS
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