A child rides a scooter at the Dalian Wanda Group Oriental Movie Metropolis film production hub in Qingdao, China, in April 2018. Investors have been unable to keep up with the glut of Chinese property bonds in the market. Photo: Bloomberg
Jim Veneau
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Macroscope by Jim Veneau

The Asian credit market is looking less attractive to investors, but value can be gained with some finesse

Jim Veneau says despite instability in the euro zone, the strengthening US economy and an over-supply of Asian bonds have made the Asian fixed income space challenging

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A child rides a scooter at the Dalian Wanda Group Oriental Movie Metropolis film production hub in Qingdao, China, in April 2018. Investors have been unable to keep up with the glut of Chinese property bonds in the market. Photo: Bloomberg
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