People walk over a pedestrian bridge in Shanghai on July 8. China’s success in managing the Covid-19 pandemic has limited the long-term damage to its economy, making it an attractive investment destination. Photo: EPA-EFE
People walk over a pedestrian bridge in Shanghai on July 8. China’s success in managing the Covid-19 pandemic has limited the long-term damage to its economy, making it an attractive investment destination. Photo: EPA-EFE
Adam McCabe
Opinion

Opinion

Eye on Asia by Adam McCabe and Robert M. Gilhooly

Coronavirus recovery and US dollar weakness put Asia in bond investment spotlight

  • Asian economies are more advanced in their pandemic recovery than their Western peers, having demonstrated greater state capacity to manage the crisis
  • Expected US dollar weakness will support Asian and emerging-market currencies while boosting prospects for hard currency Asian bonds

People walk over a pedestrian bridge in Shanghai on July 8. China’s success in managing the Covid-19 pandemic has limited the long-term damage to its economy, making it an attractive investment destination. Photo: EPA-EFE
People walk over a pedestrian bridge in Shanghai on July 8. China’s success in managing the Covid-19 pandemic has limited the long-term damage to its economy, making it an attractive investment destination. Photo: EPA-EFE
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