A man wearing a protective mask walks past an electronic board at the Shanghai Stock Exchange on February 28. Photo: ReutersA man wearing a protective mask walks past an electronic board at the Shanghai Stock Exchange on February 28. Photo: Reuters
A man wearing a protective mask walks past an electronic board at the Shanghai Stock Exchange on February 28. Photo: Reuters
Flavia Cheong
Opinion

Opinion

Eye on Asia by Flavia Cheong and Robert M. Gilhooly

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, prospects for Asia-Pacific stocks look bright beyond the short term

  • While there is more pain to come for the region due to the impact of Covid-19 on supply chains, fiscal and monetary policies as well as largely solid fundamentals should support Asian markets

A man wearing a protective mask walks past an electronic board at the Shanghai Stock Exchange on February 28. Photo: ReutersA man wearing a protective mask walks past an electronic board at the Shanghai Stock Exchange on February 28. Photo: Reuters
A man wearing a protective mask walks past an electronic board at the Shanghai Stock Exchange on February 28. Photo: Reuters
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