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In a world searching for growth, Asia shines

  •   Fidelity
  •   6 November 2019

By Anthony Doyle, Cross Asset Class Specialist

The long-term outlook for Asia is positive, but in the short term, there is likely to be some volatility. The trade dispute is widely expected to last well into next year. Concerns of a slowing global economy centre around weak Chinese data and will dampen investor sentiment. Ongoing political unrest in Hong Kong doesn’t seem to be fading despite a withdrawal of the extradition bill, which triggered these protests. However, prudent macroeconomic and fiscal policies will help economies across the region to respond to the headwinds, ensuring that growth remains robust.



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