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    New Oriental Shareholders Flee, China Restricts Tutoring Companies

    By Rachel Curry
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Westpac MNI Consumer Sentiment Indicator for China Up in September

    The Westpac MNI China Consumer Sentiment Indicator rose 1.5% to 118.2 in September—the highest level since May 2014—from 116.5 in August.

    By Lynn Noah
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    Energy & Utilities

    Overview: Soros Fund Management exits position in FedEx

    Soros Fund Management exited a position in FedEx that accounted for 1.62% of the fund’s the first quarter of 2014 (or 1Q14) portfolio. Memphis-based FedEx provides a broad portfolio of transportation, e-commerce, and business services through companies competing collectively, operating independently, and managing collaboratively under the FedEx brand.

    By Samantha Nielson
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Why HUYA Stock Is Soaring

    Over the last couple of months, reports about a slowdown in the Chinese economy have made investors nervous.

    By Jitendra Parashar
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    VWIGX Has Been a Consistent Performer

    The Vanguard International Growth Fund Investor Shares (VWIGX) has figured among the top three funds under review across all periods.

    By David Ashworth
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Why Westpac MNI China Consumer Sentiment Ticked Down in July

    The Westpac MNI China CSI fell by 1.6% to 114. 0 in July from 115.9 in June as consumers were worried about their personal incomes due to weakness in the labor market.

    By Lynn Noah
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Why Westpac MNI China’s Consumer Sentiment Picked Up

    The Westpac MNI China CSI rose 1.5% to 115.9 in June from 114.2 in May, which shows that increased policy support continues to trickle through to the real economy.

    By Lynn Noah
  • Company & Industry Overviews

    What Has Held the Columbia Pacific/Asia Fund Back in 2016?

    The Columbia Pacific/Asia Fund – Class A (CASAX) has had a below average 2016 until June 24 in comparison to the eight peers that we have chosen for this review.

    By David Ashworth
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    What Caused Westpac MNI Consumer Sentiment to Fall?

    The Westpac MNI China CSI fell 3.1% to 114.2 in May from 117.8 in April. All of the components of the headline indicator contributed to the fall.

    By Lynn Noah
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Why Westpac MNI China Consumer Sentiment Eased after Sharp Rise

    The Westpac MNI China Consumer Sentiment Indicator fell 0.3% to 117.8 in April after rising sharply in March.

    By Lynn Noah
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Westpac MNI Consumer Sentiment Hit Its Lowest since October 2015

    The Westpac MNI China CSI fell 3.1% to 111.3 in February from 114.9 in January as household finances and the outlook for spending deteriorated.

    By Lynn Noah
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    FSEAX Sees a Superior Consistency of Returns

    FSEAX is invested in the stocks of companies such as Korea Electric Power, KB Financial Group, China Life Insurance, and TAL Education Group.

    By David Ashworth
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    Fund Managers

    What You Should Know about FEAAX

    FEAAX has existed since March 1994 and has an expense ratio of 1.4%. You require a minimum of $2,500 to invest in this fund via Class A shares

    By David Ashworth
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Analyzing China’s Leverage and Deleveraging Process

    “Leverage” means borrowing funds for investment purposes. It creates short-term and long-term debt cycles. Short-term debt cycles typically last for 5–8 years.

    By Lynn Noah
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