Fixed-Income Summit

Geopolitical worries too shall pass, hopefully: Panelists at FA summit

J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s Jason Pang, meanwhile, said he prefers 3- to 5-year China notes amid risks posed by economic recovery.

With the US Presidential elections around the corner, questions over the US-China relationship have been front and center of investor minds, according to participants at FinanceAsia’s 2nd China Fixed Income Summit, which ended on Friday.

Frank Zheng, a portfolio manager at China Asset Management, recalled how investors who in previous years worried about issues such as pressure on the yuan, low yields and the Sino-American trade war, were now all talking about geopolitical tensions.

“But I think, hopefully, this is one of the last major storm or risk on investors’ minds,” before they get comfortable with investing in onshore Chinese bonds, he said....

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