A man in a protective mask stands in front of Hong Kong stock exchange building. The threat of the coronavirus didn’t stop Liquidnet enjoying its second-best month in Asia in terms of trading volumes in January. Photo: BloombergA man in a protective mask stands in front of Hong Kong stock exchange building. The threat of the coronavirus didn’t stop Liquidnet enjoying its second-best month in Asia in terms of trading volumes in January. Photo: Bloomberg
A man in a protective mask stands in front of Hong Kong stock exchange building. The threat of the coronavirus didn’t stop Liquidnet enjoying its second-best month in Asia in terms of trading volumes in January. Photo: Bloomberg

Asian investors are coming back to the financial markets as geopolitical worries subside, volatility increases, says Liquidnet

  • Confidence, liquidity levels improving as institutional investors see ‘must-buy, must-sell’ opportunities, according to Liquidnet’s Asia-Pacific head
  • January was the firm’s second-best month in Asia for trading volumes
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A man in a protective mask stands in front of Hong Kong stock exchange building. The threat of the coronavirus didn’t stop Liquidnet enjoying its second-best month in Asia in terms of trading volumes in January. Photo: BloombergA man in a protective mask stands in front of Hong Kong stock exchange building. The threat of the coronavirus didn’t stop Liquidnet enjoying its second-best month in Asia in terms of trading volumes in January. Photo: Bloomberg
A man in a protective mask stands in front of Hong Kong stock exchange building. The threat of the coronavirus didn’t stop Liquidnet enjoying its second-best month in Asia in terms of trading volumes in January. Photo: Bloomberg
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