Philippine Peso Gained as the Global Markets Calmed Down
The Philippine peso gained against the US dollar on January 5, 2016. It recorded losses in the previous session due to outflows from emerging markets.
How MACSX’s Stock Picks Have Delivered in 2016
The three-month period ended June 24, 2016, has been challenging for the Matthews Asian Growth and Income Fund Investor Class (MACSX).
Why Has the Matthews Asia Dividend Fund Done Well in 2016 So Far?
2016 year-to-date has been great for the Matthews Asia Dividend Fund – Investor Class (MAPIX).
Did the Matthews Asia Dividend Fund Beat Its Peers in 1Q16?
As of February 2016, the Matthews Asia Dividend Fund Investor Class (MAPIX) was managing assets worth $4.4 billion, making it the second largest fund in this review by asset size.
Why You May Want to Consider MACSX
MACSX is invested in the stocks of companies such as Yum! Brands, Japan Tobacco, HSBC Holdings, and Telekomunikasi Indonesia.
An Overview of MACSX
MACSX has existed since September 1994 and has an expense ratio of 1.1%. A minimum of $2,500 is required to invest in this fund.
At Long Last, the Matthews Asia Dividend Fund (MAPIX)
The Matthews Asia Dividend Fund focuses on income and aims “to provide a level of current income that is higher than…Asian equity markets.”