Stock markets have yet to play ball, but investment bankers and institutional investors remain hopeful that a re-bound will materialise before 2018 is out.
Typical is the view of Tuan Huynh, chief investment officer at Deutsche Bank Wealth Management in Singapore.
By the end of the year, we expect Asian stock markets and particularly China to be higher than they are at the end of October, he told FinanceAsia. Right now they're being driven purely by sentiment and not earnings growth at all.
Huynh points out that Asian equities are currently experiencing their worst year since the Global Financial Crisis,...