Darius McDermott: What should investors be hoping for from Asia?

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Darius McDermott: "The US/China trade war and a changing interest rate policy in reaction to stuttering global growth are the principal factors impacting markets at the moment."
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Darius McDermott: "The US/China trade war and a changing interest rate policy in reaction to stuttering global growth are the principal factors impacting markets at the moment."

Having been battered and bruised by a strong US dollar in recent years, things are starting to look a little rosier for Asian markets, writes Darius McDermott.

Talk of lower rates and a weaker dollar in the US have begun to aid a region we are currently overweight to within our managed funds, as valuations still look attractive - particularly when you com...

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