|DB-Equity Research-Asia-Pac ETF Market Weekly Review:ETP assets near all-time highs in spite of $1.1bn outflows during February -continued|
|March 6, 2012--Market Review|
Asian markets remained in positive territory last week. From north to south, Japan (Nikkei 225) surged by 1.34%, Korea (KOSPI2) increased by 0.85%, China (CSI 300) gained 1.21%, Hong Kong (HSI) advanced by 0.73% and Singapore (FSSTI) rose by 0.52%, while Australia (S&P/ASX 200) fell by 0.78% over the previous week.
|New ETP launches
Last week, Kiwoom Asset Management made its debut with one Equity ETF listed on Korea Stock Exchange offering exposure to Kospi 100 Index. (See Figure 5 for further details.)
ETP Monthly Flows
Asset Under Management Review
|Source: Deutsche Bank - Equity Research - Asia Pacific|
|Asia ETP News|
|China's long term gold plans|
|China is far more adept than the capitalist West in looking to the long term and nowhere is this more apparent in its attitude towards gold.
September 19, 2014--The launch of Shanghai Gold Exchange trading yuan denominated contracts in the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone Thursday, which has enabled foreign investors to invest in China's physical gold bullion market, is yet another one of China's overt moves to dominate the global gold sector long term.
|Deutsche Bank dour over gold investment in India|
|A shift away from physical to financial savings through bank deposits, mutual funds and insurance is gathering steam says Deutsche Bank.|
September 19, 2014--The going is good for India. With crude prices retreating to 17 months low of 97 per barrel from $105 per barrel in mid June, and coal prices falling to 5 year lows, and gold prices having stuck to a seven and a half month low, the Indian economy seems poised for multi layered benefits,