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Rich Asians are increasingly optimistic about the markets

Despite limited evidence that economic prospects have changed, investor sentiment is being driven by the financial markets and is bullish.

While you might not be convinced that an economic rebound is around the corner, it appears as though high-net-worth individuals are increasingly bullish on the financial markets in Asia.

ING, the global financial services group, released survey results that  show an 81% upswing in investor sentiment in Asia for the first half of 2009 and a 55% quarter-on-quarter increase. 

The survey, called the ING investor dashboard, began in 2007 and tracks investor sentiment and behaviour of affluent investors each quarter from 13 Asia-Pacific markets including China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. The second quarter 2009 survey was...

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