A quick recap of the stock market performances in Asia Pacific over the first half year of 2023 (as of 30th June 2023). What would have an investment of 100K in USD, EUR, or local currency returned to an investor in Asia-Pacific? Our regular ranking shows the return for the US Dollar, EUR, and local investors over the first half 2023. Continue reading “What a 100K Investment in Asia-Pacific Returned in H1 2023”
Taiwan and South Korea lead the list of APAC’s top performers over the first quarter. Not surprisingly, Taiwan and South Korea were among the worst APAC markets in 2022, with losses of 22 and 25 percent, respectively. Continue reading “APAC Markets: First Quarter Performances 2023”
Many equity markets in the Asia-Pacific region started the year with great euphoria. A look at the stock market development in January can provide information about how the first trends could continue in the upcoming months. Continue reading “APAC Markets: First Trends in 2023”
An escalating war between Russia and Ukraine, rising energy prices, soaring inflation, climbing interest rates, a pandemic out of control in China, disruption in global supply chains, and intensifying geopolitical tensions between China and Taiwan. These have been the worries of investors in 2022.
Looking back on the stock markets in 2022, what would have an investment of 100K in USD, EUR, or local currency returned to an investor in Asia-Pacific? Our regular ranking shows the return for a US Dollar, a EUR, and a local investor over the last year. Continue reading “What a 100K Investment in Asia-Pacific Returned in 2022”
Three months are left until this year ends. Time for our quarterly snapshot of Asia-Pacific’s stock markets for the remaining period. October is statistically the month with the highest volatility in the year. November and December are often two well-performing months due to the tendency for a year-end rally. However, many market participants are waiting for a cleansing and final sell-off in this bear market. Continue reading “APAC Markets: A Lousy Year so Far”
What a 100K USD, EUR, or local currency investment would have returned in Asia-Pacific’s stock markets over the last half-year. Our regularly ranking shows the returns for a USD-, EUR-, and local-based investor.
The highest return, with 9.4 percent, would have made a EUR investor in the Indonesian stock market over the first six months of 2022. The most significant loss, with 27.7 percent, would have experienced a USD investor with South Korean shares over this period. Continue reading “What a 100K Investment in Asia-Pacific Returned in H1 2022”