Investing internationally can add a layer of complexity, especially when corporate governance and political influence are concerns. Kara Marciscano provides a solution for investors seeking to avoid portions of the Chinese market where a high-level government influence may dilute future returns.
Following the signing of the long-awaited Phase One trade deal, investors have become increasingly optimistic on China. Brian Manby discusses how to add China to your portfolio in a way that minimizes the government’s influence on its companies.
With U.S. and China trade negotiations front and center, some investors are questioning whether they should have exposure to China in their portfolio. Rethinking exposure to state-owned enterprises within China can be one method that may actually enhance returns while keeping volatility under control.
How indexes for emerging markets are constructed matters, especially when the news cycle is dominated by Washington-Beijing relations. Read how emerging market investors can protect their portfolios by avoiding Chinese state-owned enterprises.