Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Persero) Tbk
Exploring ASIAX’s Portfolio Composition Year-to-Date in 2016
Though ASIAX retains the flexibility of investing across market capitalizations, its focus areas are the small- and mid-cap segments.
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.
Low Volatility Makes ASIAX Stand Out
ASiAX is invested in companies such as Broadcom, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, China Mobile, NetEase, and class B shares of Telekomunikasi Indonesia.
Must-Know Facts about ASIAX
Though ASIAX retains the flexibility of investing across market capitalizations, its focus area is the small- and mid-cap segment.
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.”
Indonesian Rupiah Fell Due to the Jakarta Attack and Rate Cut
The Indonesian rupiah fell against the US dollar on January 14, 2016, after a terrorist bomb exploded in the capital city of Jakarta.
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.
Indonesian Rupiah Traded Lower, Interest Rates Didn’t Change
The rupiah was trading in a negative trajectory compared to the US dollar on November 17. Bank Indonesia decided to keep the interest rates unchanged.
Asian Currencies Are Trading with a Slight Positive Bias
When the Fed announced that rate hike won’t happen in September, the Asian currencies that had been on a downward trend started to bounce back.
Vietnamese Dong Devalues by 1%
The State Bank of Vietnam devalued the Vietnamese dong by 1% to bring the reference rate of the US dollar to dong to 21,890.